Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.; Fabaceae) is a worldwide interesting crop as both grain legume and fresh vegetable. An understanding of genetic diversity is essential for proper utilization of genotypes in the target oriented research programmes. 15 RAPD primers generated a total of 85 bands/alleles out of which 56 bands were polymorphic with an average of 4 bands per primer and documented the 58.24 % polymorphism. Calculated values for PIC ranged from 0.142 (OPB-09) to 0.874 (OPD-07) with an average of 0.698 and the average RAPD primer index value was per primer. The genotype identification through molecular marker resulted in developing highly diversified dendrogram of 12 common bean genotypes. The data revealed that molecular techniques are more precise and more accurate & can be used for genetic diversity analysis of common bean genotypes.. ...
Drought is a major abiotic constraint to common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) production globally. It results into yield losses of over 60% depending on severity, time and duration of occurrence. In the face of climate change and variability, droughts have become frequent and more severe in Kenya leading to reduced bean production. It is therefore important to curb further decline in dry bean production and enhance food security by developing drought tolerant varieties of dry bean. Of the two major dry bean gene pools, the small seeded Mesoamerican beans are considered to be more drought tolerant than the large seeded Andean beans. However, little has been done to develop drought tolerant bean varieties and to understand the mechanisms of drought tolerance in Kenya and East Africa in general. The objective of this study was to identify physiological and phenological traits associated with enhanced drought tolerance in Mesoamerican dry bean genotypes. Eighty-five small and medium seeded bean lines ...
Ambachew, Daniel; Mekbib, Firew; Asfaw, Asrat; Beebe, Stephen E.; Blair, Matthew W.. 2015. Trait associations in common bean genotypes grown under drought stress and field infestation by BSM bean fly. Crop Journal . 3(4): 305-316 ...
ALTROCK, Sarah; FONSECA, Artur and PEDROSA-HARAND, Andrea. Chromosome identification in the Andean common bean accession G19833 (Phaseolus vulgaris L., Fabaceae). Genet. Mol. Biol. [online]. 2011, vol.34, n.3, pp.459-463. Epub July 29, 2011. ISSN 1415-4757. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1415-47572011005000029.. Characterization of all chromosomes of the Andean G19833 bean genotype was carried out by fluorescent in situ hybridization. Eleven single-copy genomic sequences, one for each chromosome, two BACs containing subtelomeric and pericentromeric repeats and the 5S and 45S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) were used as probes. Comparison to the Mesoamerican accession BAT93 showed little divergence, except for additional 45S rDNA sites in four chromosome pairs. Altogether, the results indicated a relative karyotypic stability during the evolution of the Andean and Mesoamerican gene pools of P. vulgaris.. Keywords : common bean; repetitive DNA; chromosome marker; cytogenetic map; comparative map; intraspecific ...
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation (SNF) can provide an agronomic and economically sustainable alternative to declining soil fertility and high cost of chemical fertilizers faced by smallholder farmers in Kenya. The aim of the study was to identify highly effective indigenous rhizobia for production of commercial bean inoculants and to investigate the influence of bio-char as a soil amendment on the effectiveness of both indigenous Kenyan rhizobia and commercial inoculant in symbiosis with common bean in low fertile soils of Western Kenya. Bioprospecting was conducted in Kenya to collect rhizobia isolates capable of nodulating and fixing N in symbiotic association with common bean. Three hundred and eighty rhizobia isolates were recovered from nodules of wild and cultivated legume hosts growing along a transect of different agro-ecological zones covering about 1045 km transect. These isolates were authenticated and tested for effectiveness on climbing bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) var. Kenya Tamu in ...
A series of genetically related lines of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) integrate a progressive deficiency in major storage proteins, the 7S globulin phaseolin and lectins. SARC1 integrates a lectin-like protein, arcelin-1 from a wild common bean accession. SMARC1N-PN1 is deficient in major lectins, including erythroagglutinating phytohemagglutinin (PHA-E) but not a-amylase inhibitor, and incorporates also a deficiency in phaseolin. SMARC1-PN1 is intermediate and shares the phaseolin deficiency. Sanilac is the parental background. To understand the genomic basis for variations in protein profiles previously determined by proteomics, the genotypes were submitted to short-fragment genome sequencing using an Illumina HiSeq 2000/2500 platform. Reads were aligned to reference sequences and subjected to de novo assembly. The results of the analyses identified polymorphisms responsible for the lack of specific storage proteins, as well as those associated with large differences in storage protein ...
The properties of oil/water emulsions stabilized with 1% w/v common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) or scarlet runner bean (P. coccineus L.) proteins, extracted by isoelectric precipitation or ultrafiltration, at pH 7.0 and 5.5 were studied. The stability of emulsions, evaluated on the basis of droplet size, creaming, viscosity and protein adsorption measurements, is increased by the addition of xanthan (0.1 and 0.25% w/v). This is probably due to the increase in the continuous phase viscosity and the creation of a network, which prevents the oil droplets from coalescing. Also, the ability and stability of 1 or 2% w/v foams was studied. Xanthan (0.25% w/v) does not enhance foam formation, but promotes foam stability, possibly owing to the increased viscosity of the aqueous phase, making it more difficult for air to enter the system and create a satisfactory foam volume. The addition of NaCl destabilizes emulsions by lowering the energy barrier and therefore increasing the tendency of the oil ...
Here, we aim to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the most significant outcomes in the literature regarding the origin of Phaseolus genus, the geographical distribution of the wild species, the domestication process, and the wide spread out of the centres of origin. Phaseolus can be considered as a unique model for the study of crop evolution, and in particular, for an understanding of the convergent phenotypic evolution that occurred under domestication. The almost unique situation that characterises the Phaseolus genus is that five of its ~70 species have been domesticated (i.e., Phaseolus vulgaris, P. coccineus, P. dumosus, P. acutifolius, P. lunatus), and in addition, for P. vulgaris and P. lunatus, the wild forms are distributed in both Mesoamerica and South America, where at least two independent and isolated episodes of domestication occurred. Thus, at least seven independent domestication events occurred, which provides the possibility to unravel the genetic basis of the
Non-digestible fraction of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) modulates signalling pathway genes at an early stage of colon cancer in Sprague-Dawley rats - Volume 108 Issue S1 - Vergara-Castañeda Haydé, Guevara-González Ramón, Guevara-Olvera Lorenzo, Oomah B. Dave, Reynoso-Camacho Rosalía, Wiersma Paul, Loarca-Piña Guadalupe
View Notes - 11 TRANSPIRATION 2009 from BIO 49125 at University of Texas. Transpiration LAB Phaseolus vulgaris L. (Be plant) an Obje s ctive stigatethee ct of low light and high light inte ffe nsity
Nitrogen (N), the nutrient most required for plant growth, is key for good yield of agriculturally important crops. Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) can benefit from bacteria collectively called rhizobia, which are capable of fixing atmospheric nitrogen (N2) in root nodules and supplying it to the plant. Common bean is amongst the most promiscuous legume hosts; several described species, in addition to putative novel ones have been reported as able to nodulate this legume, although not always effectively in terms of fixing N2. In this study, we present data indicating that Brazilian strains PRF 35T, PRF 54, CPAO 1135 and H 52, currently classified as Rhizobium tropici , represent a novel species symbiont of common bean. Morphological, physiological and biochemical properties differentiate these strains from other species of the genus Rhizobium , as do BOX-PCR profiles (less than 60 % similarity), multilocus sequence analysis with recA, gyrB and rpoA (less than 96.4 % sequence similarity), DNA-DNA
Flowering in many plant species is controlled by photoperiod, which represents the most reliable seasonal change in nature. The availability of crops with different photoperiod responses made it possible to extend their distribution range. The gene network controlling flowering is well studied in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, where the FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) gene is crucial for the acceleration of flowering. FT is part of a gene family that also includes the TERMINAL FLOWER 1 (TFL1) gene, which inhibits flowering. Constitutive FT expression or loss of TFL1 function causes early flowering and transition of the shoot apex from vegetative to reproductive identity. FT proteins have a conserved role as mobile flowering signals in several different species and promote flowering in long or short days depending on the species. The induction of flowering by FT family members has been investigated in legumes such as pea, soybean and Medicago but the FT family has not yet been characterized in ...
Mesoamerican origin of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is revealed by sequence data Knowledge about the origins and evolution of crop species represents an important prerequisite for efficient conservation and use of existing plant materials. This study was designed to solve the ongoing debate on the origins of the common bean by investigating the nucleotide diversity at five gene loci of a large sample that represents the entire geographical distribution of the wild forms of this species. Our data clearly indicate a Mesoamerican origin of the common bean. They also strongly support the occurrence of a bottleneck during the formation of the Andean gene pool that predates the domestication, which was suggested by recent studies based on multilocus molecular markers. Furthermore, a remarkable result was the genetic structure that was seen for the Mesoamerican accessions, with the identification of four different genetic groups that have different relationships with the sets of wild ...
This project seeks to understand the genetic architecture of adaptation of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris; Pv) and its cross-compatible sister species, the runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus; Pc), in their centers of origin in the Americas and following their dispersal to Europe, as a model for future major environmental and socio-economic changes, such as increases in temperature, variability in rainfall, and new consumer preferences. We will identify the genetic basis and phenotypic consequences of adaptation to new environments through the study of their introduction and expansion in Europe, as a historically well-defined event of recent and rapid adaptation. We will use a multidisciplinary approach (genomics, population/ quantitative genetics, biochemistry, plant physiology) on a nested set of samples. A large collection (11,500 accessions, Pv_ALL and Pc_ALL) from three major genebanks, will be characterised by genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS), to define the population structure and to ...
Abstract: As a follow-up to recent outbreaks of food poisoning (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) associated with raw or undercooked red kidney beans, a study was conducted on the lethality and heat destruction of the implicated lectin causative agent present in the beans. Agglutinating activity towards trypsinized rabbit erythrocytes was used as an in vitro assay for lectin content. Only the 3 varieties of P. vulgaris (red and white kidney beans, rose coco bean) contained large amounts of lectins. Soaking overnight removed 20-70% of the lectin. Red and white kidney beans caused 100% mortality to various sets of rats when fed at 10% or more of the diet for up to 14 days. Complete destruction of the hemagglutinin content of the beans (due to lectin) was generally attained by heating for up to 20 minutes at 100 degrees Centigrade. Relevant literature on the toxic effect of these beans is reviewed. (wz ...
Muñoz, Liliana C.; Blair, Matthew W.; Duque E., Myriam Cristina; Roca, William M.; Tohme M., Joseph. 2002. Level of introgression in inter-specific (Phaseolus vulgaris x P. acutifolius) congruity-backcross lines. Bean Improvement Cooperative. Annual Report (USA). 45:232-233 ...
This study was designed to compare snap and dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) for pod Ca concentration, and to identify genetic resources that might be useful in breeding programs directed to increase Ca concentration in bean pods. Pods from eight snap bean and eight dry bean cultivars were evaluated for Ca concentration during 1995 and 1996 at Hancock, Wis. A randomized complete-block design was utilized with three replications in 1995 and six in 1996. Beans were planted in June and hand-harvested in August for both experiments. Soil Ca at planting time was 580 mg·kg-1 in 1995 and 500 mg·kg-1 in 1996. No additional Ca was added. Plots consisted of 10 plants each. At harvest, a pooled sample of 10 to 15 size no. 4 pods was collected from each plot. Atomic absorption spectrophotometry was used to determine Ca content. Significant differences (P ≤ 0.01) were detected among and within bean types (dry and snap). Although bean type × year interaction was nonsignificant, a strong year effect was ...
In the US, in 1978, the scarlet runner was widely grown for its attractive flowers primarily as an ornamental.[11] Since that time, many US gardeners have adopted the bean as a regular member of the vegetable garden. The flower is known as a favourite of hummingbirds. In the UK - where the vegetable is a popular choice for kitchen gardens and allotments - the flowers are often ignored, or treated as an attractive bonus to cultivating the plant for the beans. The seeds of the plant can be used fresh or as dried beans. The pods are edible whole while they are young and not yet fibrous. The starchy roots are still eaten by Central American Natives. The beans are used in many cuisines. It is a popular side vegetable in British cuisine. A variety named Judión de la Granja producing large, white, edible beans is cultivated in San Ildefonso, Spain.[12] It is the basis of a Segovian regional dish also named Judiones de la Granja, in which the beans are mixed with pigs ears, pigs trotters, and ...
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Kidney beans are a variety of common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris). They share their species with green snap beans, pinto beans, heirloom beans, Great Northern beans, black turtle beans, cranberry and borlotti beans, flageolet beans, pea beans, pink beans, other white beans, and yellow beans. These beans, along with corn (maize), and squash were the three sisters of Native American cuisine. Common beans share the genus Phaseolus with tepary beans,…
Transposable elements (TEs) are ubiquitous DNA sequences that can change their positions within a genome or transfer horizontally among genomes (Gilbert et al. 2010). TE movements may cause mutations, affect gene expression, and change genome sizes and structures; therefore, they are considered an important force in gene and genome evolution (Kazazian 2004). TEs are grouped into two major classes according to their transposition mechanism and sequence features. Class I elements, retrotransposons, mobilize via a copy-and-paste model and have the potential to dramatically increase copy number; whereas, class II elements, DNA transposons, transpose via a cut-and-paste model or rolling-circle replication (Kapitonov and Jurka 2001; Wicker et al. 2007). Class II elements have been further divided into 12 superfamilies (Feschotte and Pritham 2007; Wicker et al. 2007). Except for the Helitron and Crypton superfamilies, all class II elements have terminal inverted repeats (TIRs). To date, only six ...
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Interpretive Summary: Genetic diversity of 200 accessions of the tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifolius) was analyzed using different types of genetic markers. Targeted Region Amplified Polymorphic markers are designed to find traits associated with drought and heat tolerance. Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphic markers show random diversity. There was a significant correlation of both type of markers, indicating that both types actually determined random genetic variance. Drought tolerance was estimated using chloroplast fluorescence in plants under drought conditions. The collection was found to be very diverse, but none of the groupings found by the markers could be linked to fluorescence measurements. The groups identified, however, can be used by plant breeders to select diverse parents as sources of genes for drought tolerance to be transferred to common bean. Technical Abstract: Tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifolius A. Gray), a truly Native American crop, is a short life-cycle annual desert ...
Product Name: Native Phaseolus vulgaris Alpha-Amylase InhibitorDescription: A proteinaceous inhibitor of the digestive enzyme alpha-amylase (1,4-a-D-Glucan glucanohydrolase; EC 3.2.1.1) has been isolated and purified from kidney beans Phaseolus vulgaris. It is a glycoprotein and it specifically inhibits corresponding plant, bacteAbbr: α-Amylase Inhibitor, Native (Phaseolus vulgaris)Alias: Source: Phaseolus vulgarisAppearance: CAS NO: 1338806-73-7 www.medchemexpress.com Molecular Weight: 45-50 […]. Read More ...
A proteinaceous inhibitor of the digestive enzyme alpha-amylase (1,4-a-D-Glucan glucanohydrolase; EC 3.2.1.1) has been isolated and purified from kidney beans Phaseolus v
به-دلیل نقش جوانه-زنی بذر در استقرار بوته، جوانه-زنی مطلوب به-عنوان یک عامل کلیدی در کشاورزی اهمیت ویژه-ای دارد. به-منظور بررسی مولفه-های جوانه-زنی، آنزیم-های آنتی-اکسیدانت و هدایت الکتریکی بذرهای بدست آمده از پیش-تیمار بذر گیاه مادری آزمایشی به-صورت فاکتوریل در قالب طرح بلوک کاملا تصادفی با 3 تکرار در سال 1393 در دانشگاه زابل انجام گرفت. تیمار-های آزمایش شامل عامل رقم لوبیای چیتی در 3 سطح E9، E10 و خمین و عامل دوم بذرهای به-دست آمده از پیش-تیمار بذر گیاه مادری در مزرعه در 7 سطح 1- پلی-اتیلن-گلیکول 5 -بار در مدت 6 ساعت 2-کلرید پتاسیم 20- میلی-مولار در 6 ساعت 3- کلرید کلسیم 15-
Lectin purified from wild underutilized local bean-Otili, Feregede, Pakalai was comparatively characterized and further evaluated for interaction with gastrointestinal bacteria-Esherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus. The purified lectin in all the bean samples showed to be glucose and sucrose binding. The hemagglutinating activity, was non selective to type of blood group (A, B, AB and O). Anti-bacteria interaction with Escherichia coli showed clear zone of inhibition of about 1.5 ± 0.5 mm with lectin from Feregede and Otili while there was slight agglutination with lectin from Pakala. Staphylococcus aureus sensitivity to the lectin extracted from Otili with clear zone of inhibition of 2.0 ± 0.5 mm was also found in the control chloramphenicol. However there was pronounced agglutination with lectin from Feregede and Pakala with Staphylococcus auereus. This may be a clear indication that lectin from local underutilized wild bean understudy will agglutinate and interact with a gram
Eight germplasm were chosen for this project:CDC WM-2, BAT 93, Expresso, Higuera-E, Jalo EEP-558, PI 430219, SMARC1N-PN1, and W6-15578. Tissue was collected from multiple plants at various developmental stages for RNA extraction which led to the generation of 3-anchored cDNA libraries using the method described in Parkin et al., 2010. Each line was sequenced using the Roche 454 Titanium sequencing protocol. Sequencing reads were aligned directly to the Phaseolus vulgaris genomic build v0.9 using GMap. Then loci which were polymorphic between at least two of the lines were identified resulting in 133,108 SNPs. All SNPs were re-mapped to the published genome assembly 1.0 (Phytozome.org; Schmutz et al. 2014). ...
To analyse nodular expression of antioxidant enzymes depending on plant genotype and salinity, two Phaseolus vulgaris genotypes, tolerant BAT477 and sensitive COCOT, were inoculated with the reference
Affinity Purified Phaseolus vulgaris lectin (PHA E+L, also known as PHA P, P standing for phytohemagglutinin) is affinity purified lectin consists of two isolectins PHA-E and PHA-L, erythroagglutinin and leucoagglutinin, of which both possess strong mitogenic activity. PHA P has a molecular weight of 126,000 and an iso
菜豆(Phaseolus vulgaris L.(3在台灣也稱為敏豆3在國外稱為common bean snap bean3是許多開發中國家的人民重要的蛋白質來源》在這些國家裡3人民的主食是富含澱粉的米 玉米或樹薯3這些主食的蛋白質含量不高(米大約是2% 樹薯是1.36% 玉米則依品種可以從5.2%-13.7%不等(3因此在飲食中加入菜豆作為蛋白質的補充是很理想的》目前估計全球有五億人依靠菜豆作為重要蛋白質的來源之一》菜豆可以等成熟後收穫3也可以在豆莢尚綠的時候收穫3將整個豆莢連豆一起作為菜餚食用》在2010年乾豆產量最大的國家是印度3青豆(未成熟的豆莢(產量最大的則是中國》在台灣3菜豆也是很受歡迎的盤中飧3炒一盤青綠的菜豆3挾一筷子放在嘴裡3那清甜的滋味3真是齒頰留香呢 ...
|div class=product-description-paragraph||em|Phaseolus vulgaris|/em| agglutinin is the name ascribed to a family of lectins, each of which consists of four subunits. There are two different types of subunits.
Phaseolus vulgaris Lectin (PHA-E) OnePASS™ Spin Columns are standard PHA-E matrix prepacked in a column which can be used via gravity flow or as a spin column to rapidly separate bound and passthrough materials.
Phaseolus vulgaris GRP protein: contains 60% glycine, nucleotide sequence given in first source for gene; has a relationship for development of vascular system
Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is grown in regions where water deficits during reproductive development significantly reduce yield. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the association of sp
Another extremely important legume crop, the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)is a warm-season crop native to South America but is now one of the most widely cultivated legumes in the world, thanks to its introduction into Europe and Africa by Spanish and Portuguese during the sixteenth century. The common bean remains the most important pulse crop in tropical Africa and America, especially in Brazil. Common beans are harvested in the podded stage (snap beans or string beans) or as shell beans ...
But what happened next changed the course of agricultural and culinary history. The hunter-gatherers possibly saw birds feeding on the young, green pods of one bean in particular - P.vulgaris, or wild common bean. Given they didnt promptly squawk in agony and drop out of the sky, the hunter-gatherers surmised - so the argument goes - that the immature beans were probably safe to eat. Some brave soul must have been the guinea pig.. When he or she survived, they plucked some of the beans from the wild and started cultivating them - a process known as domestication. Daniels research suggests that for common bean, this happened around 6-7,000 years ago in Perus Apurímac Region, not far from where we are in Cusco Region.*. Over time these early farmers noticed that some of the domesticated plants produced bigger seeds than others. Easier to harvest and more fun to eat, they discarded smaller-seeded plants in favour of the larger ones. Over centuries, domesticated beans tripled in size, soaking ...
50. Dry beans vary considerably in flavor, size, color, and shape, their nutritional composition is remarkably similar. (Table 1 provides an example of the nutrient content of cooked dry beans.) They are packed with protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, and are low in fat. One half cup of cooked dry beans contains approximately 115 calories and provides 8 grams of protein. In addition to macronutrients, vitamins and minerals, dry beans contain several types of phytochemicals. They are rich in lignans, which may play a role in preventing osteoporosis, heart disease, and certain cancers. The flavonoids in beans may help reduce heart disease and cancer risk. The plant stanol esters, or phytosterols, contained in dry beans may help reduce blood cholesterol levels. ..... ...
Citation: Blair, M.W., Astudillo, C., Grusak, M.A., Graham, R., Beebe, S.E. 2009. Inheritance of seed iron and zinc concentrations in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Molecular Breeding. 23:197-207. Interpretive Summary: Micronutrients, such as iron and zinc, are essential elements needed in small amounts for adequate human nutrition. Both of these minerals are critical to human well-being, and an adequate supply of iron and zinc helps to prevent iron deficiency anemia and zinc deficiency, two prevalent health concerns of the developing world. Beans are an important staple food in certain world regions, including areas where human iron and/or zinc deficiency are found. Because of this, we are interested in being able to improve the iron and zinc concentrations of bean varieties, in order to enhance human dietary consumption of these elements. Thus, the objective of this study was to determine the genetic inheritance of seed iron and zinc accumulation in common bean, such that we would have ...
The present work shows the characterization of Phaseolus acutifolius variety latifolius, on which little research has been published, and provides detailed information on the corresponding lectin. This protein was purified from a semi-domesticated line of white tepary beans from Sonora, Mexico, by precipitation of the aqueous extract with ammonium sulfate, followed by affinity chromatography on an immobilized fetuin matrix. MALDI TOF analysis of Phaseolus acutifolius agglutinin (PAA) showed that this lectin is composed of monomers with molecular weights ranging between 28 and 31 kDa. At high salt concentrations, PAA forms a dimer of 63 kDa, but at low salt concentrations, the subunits form a tetramer. Analysis of PAA on 2D-PAGE showed that there are mainly three types of subunits with isoelectric points of 4.2, 4.4, and 4.5. The partial sequence obtained by LC/MS/MS of tryptic fragments from the PAA subunits showed 90-100% identity with subunits from genus Phaseolus lectins in previous reports. The
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This paper has been cited in The Infography as "one of the most excellent sources of information available for learning about the History of Plant Breeding.". 2003 Blair, M.W., F. Pedraza, H.F. BuendÃ-a, E. Gaitán-SolÃ-s, S.E. Beebe, P. Gepts, and J. Tohme. Development of a genome-wide anchored microsatellite map for common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Theor Appl Genet 107:1362 - 1374. HTML / Pdf version (© 2003 Springer Verlag). 2003 Gepts P, Papa R. Possible effects of (trans)gene flow from crops on the genetic diversity from landraces and wild relatives. Env Biosafety Res 2: 89-103. [DOI: 10.1051/ebr:2003009] Abstract / Pdf version (© ISBR, EDP Sciences). 2003 Kelly JD, Gepts P, Miklas PN, and Coyne DP. Tagging and mapping of genes and QTL and molecular marker-assisted selection for traits of economic importance in bean and cowpea. Field Crops Res. 82, 135Â-154. [doi:10.1016/S0378-4290(03)00034-0] HTML / Pdf version (© 2003 Elsevier Science). 2003 Papa R, Gepts P. Asymmetry of gene ...
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The best method of cooking dry beans involves a long soak, a crockpot or stock pot, and good seasonings. Digestible, yummy beans -- heres how!
An extremely drought tolerant variety obtained from the arid Sierra El Pinacate Protected Zone area in Mexico. Mottled tan beans. An annual bean that was first
General Information: It is a nitrogen-fixing symbiotic bacteria that interacts with the root of the common bean plant Phaseolus vulgaris. P. etli and its relation to other nitrogen/fixing symbionts has been well studied. The genomic sequence will provide information on the process of symbiosis, on the genetic systems that allow the survival and adaptations of this bacteria to the soil, and on the evolutionary relationship and the symbiosis origin of this organism. ...
Named after Lima, Peru and often referred to as Butter Beans these beans get so little respect there is a Lima Bean Respect Day. Usage of Lima beans date back to 5000 BC where they were found along the coast regions of South America. They are loaded with fiber, magnesium, potassium, iron, copper, and protein. They are also have high levels of protease inhibitors that stall the development of cancerous cells. Baby Green Lima Beans are often used in a popular Japanese dessert called Bean Paste. They make great additions to soups, casseroles and spreads. A popular US dish often found in the south is succotash, which contains Lima beans, corn, and chili peppers. To learn more about Lima Beans visit http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=59 ...
The cultivation of single cells of Nicotiana tabacum L. var. "Samsun" and Phaseolus vulgaris L. var. "Early Golden Cluster" on a thin agar layer in Petri dishes is described. Under these conditions about 20 per cent of the cells divided repeatedly and established tissue clones which could be isolated and maintained as growing tissue cultures. It was possible also to follow the successive divisions of isolated cells and to observe their behavior during cytogenesis under the microscope.. ...