vulgaris extract affects glycometabolic and appetite control in healthy human subjects.
2011) also found that feeding Phaseolus
calcaratus hay resulted in increasing efficiency of microbial protein synthesis in swamp buffalo.
Heritable variation in the Phaseolin protein of nondomesticated common bean Phaseolus
vulgaris L Theor.
, Vicia, Pisum, Cicer), forage (e.
A partir dos resultados observados, conclui-se que, em relacao a clorofila, a cultivar de Phaseolus
The active substance to be tested was delivered in two capsules containing approximately 1,000mg of Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer, a dried aqueous extract of the common bean Phaseolus
For example, UDP-GlcNAc:N-glycan GlcNAc transferase V (GlcNAcT-V), which is involved in branching of N-linked glycans, is overexpressed in numerous cancers (47); the product of this enzyme, which the Phaseolus
vulgaris leukoagglutinating lectin detects, is associated with metastasis and decreased survival time in colorectal cancer (48).
The researchers germinated moong dal ( Phaseolus
aureus) seeds in a closed chamber in which two cell phones were kept on talk mode.
2006) and among Sinorhizobia isolated from nodules of Phaseolus
vulgaris grown in the south (Mhamdi et al.
We found starch from a variety of cultivated plants: squash, Phaseolus
beans-either limas or common beans, possibly, but not certainly the former, pacay and peanuts," said Piperno.
Information is virtually lacking on the symbiotic properties of indigenous populations of rhizobia and their capacity to nodulate and fix nitrogen when in symbiosis with locally-adapted cultivars of Phaseolus
and other legume species grown in southern Texas.
Five plant varieties were collected and identified as Vigna unguiculata, Phaseolus
mungo, Glycine max, Pisum sativam, and Arachis hypogea.
A study entitled "A Dietary Supplement Containing Standardized Phaseolus
vulgaris Extract Influences Body Composition of Overweight Men and Women" was published in the January 2007 issue of the International Journal of Medical Sciences.
Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778) observed these plants and designated them as Phaseolus
These results were in agreement with the findings of other workers (Crothers & Westermann, 1976; Shirtliffe & Johnston, 2002) that high plant population in Phaseolus
vulgaris led to higher seed yield.