Genera with the largest number of wild species were Dalea (28 species), Desmodium (16), Astragalus (13), Senna (13), Acacia (11, excluding two species currently included in Acaciella; Rico Arce and Bachman, 2006), Phaseolus
(10), Crotalaria (9), and Lupinus (8); 24 genera had [greater than or equal to]3 species.
Leaf surface and histological perturbations of leaves of Phaseolus
vulgaris and Helianthus annuus after exposure to simulated acid rain.
vulgaris extract has been shown in vitro to inhibit the activity of alpha-amylase and may help promote weight loss by interfering with the digestion of complex CHO to simple, absorbable sugars, potentially reducing carbohydrate-derived calories (12,13).
Characterization of the structural determinants required for the high affinity interaction of asparagine-linked oligosaccharides with immobilized Phaseolus
vulgaris leukoagglutinating and erythroagglutinating lectins.
Laguerre G, Nour SM, Macheret V, Sanjuan J, Drouin P, Amarger N (2001) Classification of rhizobia based on nodC and nifH gene analysis reveals a close phylogenetic relationship among Phaseolus
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria specific to Phaseolus
are rod shaped and Gram negative (Vincent 1970).
The use of solar radiation to remove bacteria was tested in water clarified by the most efficient natural coagulant, Phaseolus
mungo (Table 4).
Thus, this is a major defect within tropical and sub-Saharan Africa as has been demonstrated in various cultivars of Phaseolus
and Vigna as well as other legumes (Sefa-Dedeh et al.
Plant population effects on seed yield of Phaseolus
Now Dr Leakey has teamed up with wholesalers Phaseolus
, in Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, who hope to market the beans to manufacturers They are already in negotiations with an organic food company over adding the low-gas beans to their frozen meals.
Furthermore, Focke considered Mendel's work with Phaseolus
and Hieracium in greater detail than his work on that genus which underpinned the subsequent formulation of Mendel's Laws: Pisum.
Composition and digestibility of albumin, globulins, and glutelins from Phaseolus