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All assays were carried out using seeds of common bean cultivars provided by the Center of Analysis and Technological Research of the Agribusiness of Grains and Fibers (Centro de Analise e Pesquisa Tecnologica de Agronegocio de Graos e Fibras), Agronomic Institute of Campinas (Instituto Agronomico de Campinas--IAC), Campinas, state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The treatments consisted of factorial combinations of the two common bean genotypes (new BILFA 58 and Roba 1) grown in pots under five rates of aluminium (0.
No significant maternal effect was discovered for the zinc concentration in the common bean seeds (ROSA et al.
52%) to develop populations to map gene(s) responsible for antioxidant activity in the common bean genome.
Application of manganese sulfate on common bean increased chlorophyll content of leaves (Gabal et al.
Common beans dominate and account for 87 % of the total legume product consumption (Leterme and Munoz, 2002).
However, Karel (1993) reported that flower and pod damage by insect pests decreased when plant populations increased from 66,666 to 1,333,333 plants/ha in mixed cropping that involved common beans and maize.
AMS dates of common beans and associated maize and wood in the northeastern US.
Pure flavonoid compounds such as anthocyanins, quercetin glycosides and protoanthocyanidins (condensed tannins) in the seed coat methanol extract and tannin fractions from 10 colored genotypes of common bean all demonstrated antioxidant activity, with the highest activity reported in extracts that were rich in condensed tannins [10].
composition, dietary fibre and resistant starch content of raw and cooked pea, common bean, chickpea and lentil legumes.
This work aimed to study the effect of salicylic acid, cold shock and their combination to induce water deficit tolerance in the common bean during the germination and initial growth of the seedlings.