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Evidence for genotypic differences among elite lines of common bean in the ability to remobilize photosynthate to increase yield under drought
Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is the most important food legume for human consumption. Drought stress is the major abiotic stress limitation of bean yields in smallholder farming systems worldwide. The current work ...
Understanding trends and patterns of production, consumption and trade of pulses within Middle East-North Africa (MENA): implications for research, development and policy within the region
The research community continues to express the concern over a decline in the production of food legumes within the Middle East-North Africa (MENA) region, despite the growth in average consumption. The underpinnings for ...
Early generation seed production of grain legumes (faba bean, chickpea and lentil)
About 357.151 ha of early generation seed of different seed classes were planted and 794.693 t of seed was produced in 2015/16 crop season. In Ethiopia breeder, pre-basic and basic seed of faba bean and chickpea were ...
Identification of genetic sources of improved responses to nitrogen fixing rhizobacteria and other plant growth promoting microbes
This is report of Nitrogen fixation