common bean plant

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the common annual twining or bushy bean plant grown for its edible seeds or pods

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The 4% ethanolic extract of brown propolis caused a 63% decrease in the severity of anthracnose in common bean plants, besides increasing the foliar content of magnesium (Mg), nitrogen (N), iron (Fe), foliar area, and productivity (PEREIRA et al., 2014).
The mean squares were significant for agronomic characteristics and yield of the common bean plants evaluated in 2015 and 2016 (Table 1).
(2011), during the flowering and grain filling stages, common bean plants require increased amounts of water, and a deficit drastically reduces yield components and grain yield.
At this point, common bean plants exposed for 10 and 20 days to water deficit showed a lower RWC (~75%) in comparison to control and 5-day water deficit plants (~ 90%).
In relation to N application timing, differences between treatments for all variables were not observed in the common bean plants. In the conditions studied, the genotypes did not respond to N fertilization.
Caption: Figure 5: Expression analysis of HDA6 after subjecting common bean plants to cold treatment at 4[degrees]C at different time points.
Diabrotica speciosa adults were collected from common bean plants cultivated in an experimental field of the College of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences (Faculdade de Ciencias Agrarias e Veterinarias --FCAV), University of Sao Paulo State (Universidade Estadual Paulista --UNESP), located in the municipality of Jaboticabal, state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
nodosum extract on biochemical and yield parameters of common bean plants under drought stress.
In this context, significant difference occurred in the height of common bean plants affected by the intercropping with castor bean hybrids, and the intercropping with the cultivar Tamar showed the highest value (Table 1).
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of the addition of biochar produced from filter materials discarded from organic filters on common bean plants growth and production.
Thus, yield can be enhanced up to 300% compared with common bean plants that were fertilized neither with Mo nor with an N side dressing (Amane, Vieira, Novais, & Araujo, 1999).
2010 reported that dry common bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris) from the main production regions of Costa Rica have been affected by a disease.
Evaluating zinc (Zn) levels in common bean plants, it was observed that, in all arrangements, a decrease in the contents of this nutrient was observed in the plots where bean was cultivated in isolation to the arrangements where the plant was cultivated in competition with the weeds (Table 4).
Common bean plants supplied with high calcium concentrations in the nutrient solution showed an increase in the dry mass of the shoot and roots and higher calcium accumulation in the shoot and roots (Souza Junior, Nascimento, & Martinez, 1998; Silva, Moraes, & Souza, 2011).
Jr , Hungria M and DS Andrade Relationship between total nodulation and nodulation at the root crown of peanut, soybean and common bean plants. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 2009; 41: 1760-1763.