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1. 'Almonga', a new Spanish planchada dry bean (id:IND43805386)

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2. 'Ouro Vermelho': new red bean cultivar for Minas Gerais, Brazil (id:IND43805599)

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3. Agronomic performance of Flageolet beans in Spain (id:IND43805399)

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4. Analysis of iron content in different cultivars, tissues and developmental stages of common bean (id:IND43805406)

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5. Angular leaf spot (id:IND43805548)

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6. Assessing germplasm resistance to the soybean aphid virus complex (id:IND43805460)

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7. BRSMG Pioneiro: new Carioca common bean cultivar resistant to anthracnose and rust, for the southern of Brazil (id:IND43805598)

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8. Bean quality accessed by different soaking and cooking methods (id:IND43805381)

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9. Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) yield in relation to growth habit, plant density and nitrogen fertilization (id:IND43805586)

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10. Beyond participatory bean breeding: a CANDO (Client, Agroecological Niche and Development Oriented) approach in Malawi (id:IND43805310)

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11. Characterization of the anthracnose resistance genes in Andean common bean Jalo Listras Pretas cultivar (id:IND43805324)

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12. Chlorophyll content in bean (Phaseolus) in saline soil witih foliar-applied of iron sulfate (id:IND43805581)

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13. Comparative water relations of wild and cultivated Phaseolus species grown under saline conditions (id:IND43805576)

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14. Contents of carbohydrates in salt-stressed Phaseolus species (id:IND43805575)

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15. Development of STS markers tightly linked to the major QTL for common bacterial blight resistance in common bean (id:IND43805534)

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16. Development of races of Phytophthora phaseoli, the causal agent of downy mildew of lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus) and development of resistance (id:IND43805295)

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17. Dissection of the anthracnose resistance in the differential cultivars TU and MDRK (id:IND43805541)

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18. Diversity in tolerance between Phaseolus vulgaris and Phaseolus coccineus genotypes to salinity (id:IND43805582)

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19. Diversity of the rust pathogen and common bean guides gene deployment for development of bean cultivars with durable rust resistance (id:IND43805336)

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20. Drought resistance in different market classes of dry bean (id:IND43805579)

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21. Dry bean transformation to enhance white mold resistance (id:IND43805374)

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22. Early growth promotion of dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) by gibberellic acid (id:IND43805379)

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23. Effect of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) consumption and colon cancer in Spargue-Dawley rats (id:IND43805411)

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24. Effect of inoculation of bean and snap bean (id:IND43805593)

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25. Effect of rate of seed infection on anthracnose severity and yield loss in dry beans (id:IND43805371)

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26. Effect of rhizobia inoculation on seed iron and zinc (id:IND43805592)

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27. Effect of soaking on the oligosaccharide content in common beans (id:IND43805445)

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28. Effect of storage on seed coat color changes in common bean (id:IND43805456)

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29. Effect of storage on the antioxidant activity of common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (id:IND43805448)

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30. Evaluating heirloom dry bean varieties as a niche market crop in the Maritime Northwest (id:IND43805417)

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31. Evaluation for resistance to anthracnose of a core collection established from the CRF-INIA common bean collection (id:IND43805538)

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32. Evaluation of common bean for resistance to Clover yellow vein virus (id:IND43805344)

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33. Evaluation of limas under imposed environmental stress (id:IND43805583)

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34. Evidence of gene flow among bean species of section Phaseoli in Colombia and Costa Rica using microsatellite markers (id:IND43805423)

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35. FRIMEX: a common bean data base which includes old and recent bred Mexican cultivars (id:IND43805425)

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36. Field evaluation of bean root architecture (id:IND43805594)

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37. Genetic divergence in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) landraces from Parana State (id:IND43805422)

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38. Genetic divergence in landrace bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) germplasm in the State of Parana, Brazil (id:IND43805354)

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39. Genetic diversity among common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) accessions based on RAPD markers (id:IND43805420)

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40. Genetic variability of pre-harvest sprouting in black beans genotypes (id:IND43805450)

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41. Genetic variability of pre-harvest sprouting in pinto beans genotypes (id:IND43805451)

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42. Halo blight resistance in host differential cultivar ZAA 12 is conditioned by three major gene loci (id:IND43805358)

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43. Identification of partial resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in common bean at multiple locations in 2005 (id:IND43805570)

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44. Inheritance and allelism of anthracnose resistance in common bean Jalo Vermelho cultivar (id:IND43805318)

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45. Inheritance of resistance to lima bean downy mildew (Phytophthora phaseoli) and preliminary lima improvement efforts (id:IND43805325)

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46. Introgressed genotypes to improve common bean (id:IND43805395)

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47. Iron, zinc and protein concentration in African bean cultivars (id:IND43805443)

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48. Lambsquarter (Chenopodium album) and nutsedge (Cyperus spp) interference in dry bean yield (id:IND43805589)

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49. Modified Petzoldt and Dickson scale for white mold rating of common bean (id:IND43805401)

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50. Molecular advances with common bean rust resistance (id:IND43805333)

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51. Molecular markers used to improve the level of resistance to common bacterial blight in dry bean (id:IND43805292)

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52. New sources of resistance to bean rust and implications for host-pathogen coevolution (id:IND43805368)

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53. On-farm dry bean breeding for high- and low-input conventional and organic farming systems (id:IND43805404)

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54. Organogenic plant regeneration system for the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (id:IND43805409)

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55. Pathogenic variability of Uromyces appendiculatus in bean production areas in northern Ecuador (id:IND43805574)

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56. Performance of common bean genotypes for early maturity in semi-arid areas of eastern Ethiopia (id:IND43805578)

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57. Phaeoisariopsis griseola virulence pattern and RAPD diversity (id:IND43805546)

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58. Phaseolus acutifolius as a potential bridge species in the hybridization of P. vulgaris and P. angustissimus (id:IND43805412)

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59. Phenolic acids profiles of beans commonly consumed in the United States (id:IND43805282)

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60. Potential marker-assisted selection for resistance to Sclerotinia white mold in pinto and great northern bean (id:IND43805356)

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61. Predicting the genetic potential in segregating populations of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (id:IND43805427)

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62. Preliminary screening of runner bean for tolerance to low temperature at early stage (id:IND43805397)

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63. Progress in breeding dry beans with resistance to fungal diseases in South Africa (id:IND43805380)

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64. Protocol for visualizing sequence related amplified polymorphism (SRAP) and target region amplified polymorphism (TRAP) markers on agarose gels (id:IND43805530)

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65. Pyramiding angular leaf spot resistance genes in a "Carioca-type" common bean (id:IND43805536)

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66. Pyramiding of anthracnose, angular leaf spot and rust resistance genes in black and red bean cultivars (id:IND43805527)

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67. Quantification of change in pinto seed coat color after an accelerated aging treatment (id:IND43805458)

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68. Quantitative trait loci for resistance to white mold in common bean (id:IND43805352)

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69. Reaction of "Carioca-type" bean lines to anthracnose, angular leaf spot and rust pathogens (id:IND43805544)

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70. Reaction of 36 common bean cultivars inoculated with four Xanthomonas campestris pv. phaseoli isolates (id:IND43805552)

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71. Reaction of black bean lines to anthracnose, angular leaf spot and rust pathogens (id:IND43805543)

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72. Reaction of common cultivars to the Asian soybean rust pathogen, Phakopsora pachyrhizi, under field conditions in South Africa and Brazil (id:IND43805315)

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73. Relative heterosis in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes (id:IND43805428)

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74. Release of 'Silver Cloud' white kidney dry bean (id:IND43805602)

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75. Repeatability of morphological & phenological traits used by the CROPGRO-dry bean crop model (id:IND43805330)

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76. Resistance sources for rust, angular leaf spot, and common bacterial blight in common bean for Ecuador (id:IND43805573)

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77. Response of dry bean cultivars to Fusarium root rot under field and controlled conditions (id:IND43805385)

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78. Response of dry beans to tillage systems and in situ rainwater conservation technique in the semiarid highlands of Mexico (id:IND43805590)

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79. Selection for drought resistance in dry bean landraces and cultivars (id:IND43805306)

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80. Selection of backcross Phaseolus germplasm lines derived through interspecific hybridization of common bean and tepary bean (id:IND43805327)

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81. Selection of bean cultivars for tolerance to water stress (id:IND43805577)

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82. Slow aging, darkening, or oxidizing dry bean (id:IND43805457)

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83. Tannin content of commercial classes of common bean (id:IND43805439)

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84. Tillage, pesticide and resistance management of white mold in dry bean (id:IND43805345)

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85. Timing of anthocyanin deposition in black bean (id:IND43805370)

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86. Use of multi-sites to identify partial resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in common bean over multiple years (id:IND43805378)

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87. Validation and use for marker-assisted selection of SCAR marker linked to common bean rust resistance gene UR-5 (id:IND43805533)

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88. Variability in symbiotic nitrogen fixation in common bean (id:IND43805396)

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89. Virulence diversity of Uromyces appendiculatus in Minas Gerais State, Brazil (id:IND43805572)

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90. The impact of CMV in reducing yield of selected snap bean cultivars and lines (id:IND43805537)

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91. The impact of common bean research in Michigan (id:IND43805597)

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92. A molecular marker linkage map of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) (id:IND43805364)

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93. A new method for screening resistance of common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to Fusarium root rot (id:IND43805553)

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94. The occurrence of Asian soybean rust (caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi) on common bean in South Africa (id:IND43805335)

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95. A proposal for a uniform screening procedure for the reenhouse evaluation of variability of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. phaseoli and resistance on leaves of Phaseolus vulgaris (id:IND43805549)