common bean

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Information on bean chemical quality of common beans grown on different type of soils in Ethiopia is scanty.
Pastor-Corrales is working on improving common bean production, with an emphasis on discovering and incorporating genes for resistance to diseases, particularly common bean and soybean rusts.
2008, "In vitro starch digestibility, expected glycemic index and some physicochemical properties of starch and flour from common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.
We analyzed antioxidant activity of 29 common bean genotypes that consist of US grown and CIAT (International Center for Tropical Agriculture) developed genotypes.
Common beans dominate and account for 87 % of the total legume product consumption (Leterme and Munoz, 2002).
However, Karel (1993) reported that flower and pod damage by insect pests decreased when plant populations increased from 66,666 to 1,333,333 plants/ha in mixed cropping that involved common beans and maize.
HarvestPlus is investigating a variety of approaches to nutritionally enhance the content of maize, wheat, rice, sweetpotato, cassava and common beans, including conventional breeding and plant biotechnology.
AMS dates of common beans and associated maize and wood in the northeastern US.
They are the mature, dried, white seeds of the green bean and are probably the most widely used of all the common beans.
Among the commonly consumed food legumes in the world, common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.
2003), in common beans, soybeans and weed plants, the yield is generally limited by photosynthetic capacity from the start of pod formation and as a result, a reduction in the rate of photosynthesis causes variations in the grain yield or biomass production.
ARS plant pathologist Talo Pastor-Corrales, throughout his career, has traveled to 21 countries in the Americas and 11 in Africa studying bean diseases and searching for bean varieties that contain special traits--particularly disease resistance--that could be used to improve common beans.
Most respondents emphasized that navy beans crop yields are relatively higher than those of the common beans.