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1. Characterization of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) varieties from Serbia (id:IND43940827)

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2. Leaf area of two bean varieties under soil water deficit (id:IND43940907)

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3. Polyphenolic profiles of three beans varieties (id:IND43940840)

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4. Bean varieties for the humid tropical lowlands (id:IND43940932)

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5. Cost benefit analysis of the introduction of heat tolerant bean varieties in Atlantida, Honduras (id:IND43940934)

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6. A new Bulgaria varieties of garden bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) with improved quality (id:IND43940843)

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

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

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

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

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11. Farmers' participation in common beans breeding in south Ethiopia: the way forward (id:IND43805596)

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

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13. Assessing heirloom dry bean varieties as a niche-market crop for small-scale farmers (id:IND43759080)

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14. Molecular characterization and phylogeny of thirty common bean varieties (id:IND43759082)

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15. State and prospects of dry bean breeding and production in Bulgaria (id:IND43759120)

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16. Adoption of improved bean varieties in the semiarid highlands of Mexico (id:IND43759122)

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17. Bean root growth under different soil drying rates. I. Growth of the primary root (id:IND43758311)

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18. Economic evaluation of bean-research investment in Mexico (id:IND43758367)

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19. Genotypic variation in adventitious rooting under low phosphorus availability in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (id:IND43758313)

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20. Participatory selection of yellow, brown, sugar and tan bean market classes in Eastern Congo (id:IND43758366)

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21. Bean root growth under different soil drying rates. II. Growth of the secondary + adventitious and tertiary roots (id:IND43758312)

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22. Combining ability and heterosis for agronomic traits in snap bean (id:IND43758327)

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23. EMS and NEU mutagenic efficiency and effectiveness in induction of morphological mutations in phaseolus vulgaris L. II (id:IND43758302)

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24. Evaluation of microsatellite diversity in common bean parental surveys (id:IND43758307)

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25. Evaluation of water absorption rate in niche market dry beans (id:IND43758323)

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26. Monosaccharides and oligosaccharides content in dry beans measured by HPLC (id:IND43758324)

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27. Names of common bean varieties released in Central America and the Caribbean (id:IND43758385)

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28. An investigation of varietal preferences exhibited by the potato leafhopper, Empoasca fabae (Harris) in edible beans (id:IND43757223)

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29. Dry bean varieties for niche markets in the U.S.A (id:IND43757214)

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30. Evaluation of Rwandan varieties for disease resistance (id:IND43757228)

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31. Phaseolin characterization of Caribbean common bean germplasm (id:IND43757171)

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32. Management of bean root rots by cultural practices (id:IND23299642)

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33. Cooking time in dry bean and its relationship to water absorption (id:IND23284487)

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34. Growth of Phaseolus spp cultivated in saline soil (id:IND23284514)

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35. Determining cooking time of individual bean seeds by the apparatus AID-1 (id:IND23284481)

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36. Status of genetically modified (GM) varieties in common bean in the US Report from the W-150 Regional Technical Committee, March 1, 2001 (id:IND23284084)

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37. Imbibitional chilling injury: varietal differences (id:IND22077228)

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38. Inheritance of resistance to anthracnose in snapbean (id:IND23287593)

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39. Variation in wild and primitive Andean bean varieties under European conditions (id:IND23288555)

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40. Bean root rot management in Western Kenya--cultural control and resistant varieties (id:IND22082815)

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41. Comparison of Rhizoctonia resistance to anastomosis group 2 and 4 in snap beans (id:IND22082819)

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42. Asynchronously ripening of stem and pods of the common bean (Ph. vulgaris L.) (id:IND93044593)

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43. Attributes for eleven commercial Pinto varieties in Nebraska--1993 (id:IND93044570)

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44. Attributes for ten commercial Great Northern varieties in Nebraska--1993 (id:IND93044569)

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45. A DNA marker for ppd, a gene conferring insensitivity to photoperiod in common bean (id:IND93044548)

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46. Germplasm of heat tolerant snap bean (id:IND93044580)

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47. End user participation in varietal release (id:IND93044568)

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48. Notice of release of Arapaho pinto bean (id:IND93044640)

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49. Breeding for resistance to bacterial brown spot (id:IND92036870)

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50. Methodes for evaluation of dry and heat stress-tolerance of phaseolus beans (id:IND92036936)