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Phaseolus

a genus of bean plants in the family Fabaceae; contain a number of phytotoxins including phaseolus hemolytic agent, lunatin, a cyanogenetic glucoside, and a hemagglutinating lectin which causes vomiting, diarrhea. Includes garden kidney beans (P. vulgaris, e.g. French beans, scarlet runner climbing bean) and crop beans such as Lima and Java beans (P. lunatus).
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Significant differences were found in seed mass among wild bean populations (6 g/100 seeds), weedy bean populations (20 g/100 seeds), and domesticated bean populations (39 g/100 seeds) (Table 2).
A protein found in some wild beans but absent from common cultivated varieties can protect against an important bean pest, new research indicates.
Furthermore, spatial autocorrelation studies showed that wild beans exhibited a stronger local population structure than domesticated beans.
These lines contain the S-type phaseolin seed protein derived from Porrillo 70 and the phytohemagglutinin seed protein type derived from the wild bean parent.
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To assess the feasibility of wild bean as the putative source of desirable traits, this study was performed to identify QTL associated with seed quality traits such as mass and Ca, Fe, Zn, and tannin content in bean seed derived from a cultivated x wild bean cross.
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