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Selected excipients and surfactants in oral solid dosage form with extract of Phaseoli pericarpium (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

REFERENCES 1. Nowosielski J, Nowosielska D, Frąk M, Jarkiewicz U, Bulińska-Radomska Z. The use of AFLP method to compare and evaluate of genetic diversity of selected varieties and landrces of common bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L. and bean ( Phaseolus coccineus L.). Acta Sci Pol Biotechnol 2012; 11(1):5-16. 2. Shane-Mc Whorter L. Biological complementary therapies. A focus on botanical products in diabetes. Diabetes Spectrum 2001; 14:4-6. 3. McClean PE, Lee RK, Otto P, Gepts P, Bassett MJ. Molecular and phenotypic mapping of genes controlling

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Hypoglycemic activity of Phaseolus vulgaris (L.) aqueous extract in type 1 diabetic rats

metabolic pathways. Ther Adv Endocrinol Metab . 2018;9(3):81-100. 13. Chávez-Mendoza C, Sánchez E. Bioactive compounds from Mexican varieties of the Common Bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris ): implications for health. Molecules . 2017;22(8),1360. 14. Reynoso-Camacho R., Ramos-Gomez M., Loarca-Pina G. Bioactive components in common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Research Signpost . 2006;37/661(2):217-36. 15. Helmstädter A. Beans and diabetes: Phaseolus vulgaris preparations as antihyperglycemic agents. J Med Food. 2010;13(2):251-4. 16. Zafar M, Naqvi S

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First report on the susceptibility of certain dry Egyptian common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) (Fabaceae) varieties to infestation by Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say, 1831) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Bruchinae)

REFERENCES A llotey J., S egwabe M., R andome L. 2016. Damage caused, loss assessment and emergence pattern of Acanthoscelides obtectus S ay on the beans, Phaseolus vulgaris L. in Gaborone. Journal of Applied Zoological Researches, 27 (2): 157–161. A lvarez N., M c K ey D., H ossaert -M c K ey M., B orn C., M ercier L., B enrey B. 2005. Ancient and recent evolutionary history of the bruchid beetle, Acanthoscelides obtectus S ay , a cosmopolitan pest of beans. Molecular Ecology, 14 (4): 1015–1024. B aier A.H., W ebster B

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Effects of Vermicompost, Fertilizer and Mulch on Plant Growth, Nodulation and Pod Yield of French Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Effects of Vermicompost, Fertilizer and Mulch on Plant Growth, Nodulation and Pod Yield of French Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Integration of vermicompost and organic mulch as elements of vegetable production system sustain soil fertility and crop productivity. A field experiment was conducted with the objective to investigate the effects of vermicompost, NPK fertilizer and organic mulch on crop growth, nodulation and pod yield of French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) with an ultimate aim of optimizing water and nutrient requirement in mild-tropical climate during dry season. The shoot growth traits, namely shoot length, number of primary branches, shoot fresh weight and shoot dry weight were increased by 28-63% through application of N P2O5 K2O 8:13:10 kg·ha-1 + vermicompost 3.75 t·ha-1 and by 5-50% in organic mulching treatments. Application of vermicompost reduced nodule fresh weight and nodule dry weight by 44.9 and 44.5%, respectively. Likewise, corresponding nodule number, nodule fresh weight and nodule dry weight were reduced by 8.6, 11.1 and 14.1% with organic mulching. Poor nodulations might be due to reduced oxygenation of the soils under vermicompost and organic mulch which is ultimately impeding the nitrogenase activity and biological nitrogen fixation. Mulching of French bean with dried grasses and crop residues are also led to higher single pod weight, pod length, pod weight/plant and pod yield by 10.9, 12.8, 20.1 and 20.2%, respectively. Present study shows that application of N P2O5 K2O fertilizer 8-15:13-25:10-20 kg·ha-1, vermicompost 2.50-3.75 t·ha-1, 4 cm thick mulch of dried crop residues and 50% irrigation is the most suitable and sustainable strategy to improve plant growth, pod formation and pod yield of French bean, and soil health of mild-tropical climate during dry season.

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Comparative analysis of drought responses in Phaseolus vulgaris (common bean) and P. coccineus (runner bean) cultivars

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Coefficient Analysis and Association between Morpho-Agronomical Characters in Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

References Board J.E., Kang M.S., Harville B.G., 1999 - Path analyses of the yield formation process for late-planted soybean. Agron. J., 91:128-135. Bozoglu H., Gulumser A., 1999 - An investigation on the determination correlations and heritabilities of some agronomical characters in Dry Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Third Field Crops Congress (15-18 November, 1999). Pasture, Forage Crops and Edible Legumes, 3: 360-365. Cokkizgin A., Colkesen M., Idikut L., Ozsisli B., Girgel U., 2013 - Determination of

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Effect of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) seed viability on drying dynamics

References ARTOLA A., CARRILLO-CASTANEDA G., 2004. A seed vigor test for Lotus corniculatus L. based on vacuum stress. Seed Sci. Technol. 32: 573-581. CHODULSKA L., POLANKA S., 2001. Wpływ uszkodzeń nasion fasoli szparagowej ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) na ich kiełkowanie w laboratorium i wschody w polu. Folia Hort.13/1a: 203-209. FORNAL Ł., FILIPOWICZ A., 2007. Ocena jakości jęczmienia browarnego. www.eureqa.pl. FREITAS R.A., DIAS D.C.F.S., OLIVEIRA M.G.A., DIAS L.A.S., JOSE I.C., 2006

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Differences in growth and productivity between genotypes of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) in the Sadovo region of Bulgaria

References Angelova, S., Stoilova, T., 2009. Maintenance, enrichment and utilization of grain legume collections in Bulgaria. Acta Hort. 830: 695-700. Berova, M., Kerin, V., Stoilova, T., 2001 a. Effect of water deficit on the growth of bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and cowpea ( Vigna unguiculata L.). Bean Improvement Cooperative 44: 47-48. Berova, M., Kerin, V., Stoilova, T., 2001 b. Changes of photosynthetic apparatus and gas exchange in beans and cowpea under drought conditions

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Sowing date as a factor determining French bean yield for processing

dates and fertilizer treatments on the reproductive variability of French bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris ). Pakistan J. Biological Sci. 6(22): 1897-1901. Borosic J., Romic D., Dolanjski D., 2000. Growth and yield components of dwarf French bean grown under irrigation conditions. Acta Hort. 533: 451-459. Elkner K., Nowakowska T., 2000. Polskie odmiany fasoli szparagowej dla zamrażalnictwa. Przem. Ferment. Owoc. Warz. 2: 34-36. Ferreira M. E., Ferreira A., Monteiro A. A., de Melo Abreu J. P

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Meloidogyne luci, a new infecting nematode species on common bean fields at Paraná State, Brazil

Introduction Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is one of the most important crops in Brazil and worldwide (FAO, 2015). Brazil is the second largest producer of the world and the main producer of beans in the Americas, with a total production of 3,435,370 t in approximately 3,152.917 ha (IBGE, 2013). There are numerous limiting factors to common bean production, among them the phytonematodes occurrence. This plant species is usually infected by many nematode species, but Meloidogyne spp. (i.e. M. incognita, M. javanica and M. arenaria) are

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