tepary bean

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Synonyms for tepary bean

twining plant of southwestern United States and Mexico having roundish white or yellow or brown or black beans

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Key words: tepary bean, climate smart crop, drought, smallholder farmers
Tepary beans sustained native people for thousands of years in the Sonoran Desert, but then nearly disappeared.
USDK-CBB-15 possesses both the SAP6 and SU91 markers linked with major QTL for resistance derived from Montana No.5 (via Montcalm) and tepary bean (via XAN 159), respectively.
White' 115 Tepary bean 'Blue Speckled' 85 'Mitla Black' 75 'Pinacate' 90 Tomato 'Burbank' 70 'Native Sun' 50 'New Zealand Pink Paste' 80 'Omar's Lebanese' 80 'Orange King' 55 'Ozark Pink' 65 'Porter' 65 52 Texas Wild Cherry 63 'Tiny Tim' 45 'Traveler 76' 76 'Tropic VFN' 80 Watermelon 'Ali Baba' 100 'Arkansas Black' 85 'Desert King' 85 'Georgia Rattlesnake' 90
One of the major QTL found in Great Northern Nebraska #1 Sel 27 (GNN #1 Sel 27) and linked with SCAR marker SAP6 was derived from the great northern dry bean landrace Montana 5 and not the tepary bean as previously thought (Miklas et al., 2003).
There, the prickly pear cacti still bear fruit and the tepary bean still thrives, and the traditional farming and food-gathering methods have not yet died out.
COMMON BEAN and tepary bean are two of the five cultivated species of the Phaseolus genus (Debouck, 1991).
These include faba bean (Vicia faba L.) (Abdel-Ghaffar et al., 1982), chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] (Lauchli, 1984), pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] (Subbarao et al., 1991), tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifolius var.
At present, among Phaseolus species, the highest levels of drought resistance are found in the tepary bean, P.
The bean you are seeking is probably the white tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifolius), which has been grown by Native American tribes of southern Arizona and northern Mexico for thousands of years.
Moreover, molecular marker-assisted introgression (Tanksley et al., 1996) may expedite and permit more focused use of tepary bean and other alien cultivated and wild germplasm.
The cultivated tepary bean accession G 40001 possesses indeterminate prostrate Type III growth habit and small white seed.
vulgaris parent, Great Northern #1, Sel 27, is a breeding line from Nebraska with resistance to common bacterial blight derived from tepary bean (2).