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inheritance of pod detachment force in green beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Rebecca L. McCluskey

inheritance of pod detachment force in green beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

by Rebecca L. McCluskey

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kidney bean -- Genetics.,
  • Kidney bean -- Harvesting.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rebecca L. McCluskey.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15422695M

    It was introduced as Kentucky Wonder by James J.H. Gregory & Sons in and has been popular ever since. It is a pole bean with 6- 8 inch green pods that are very tender when cooked and have a great flavor. In Peter Henderson & Co. said, “This we regard as far ahead of any other green Pole Bean.” They also said it was 10 days earlier. Green beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) are among the most common vegetables people grow in the home garden. They produce a fine crop within sixty days, making them faster than many vegetable crops, and the beans can be eaten fresh, frozen, or canned. When it comes to green beans, you can opt for pole beans, which grow.

    the inheritance of the leaf variegation that appears on the primary leaves of seedling plants. The data presented are based on results of crosses between Corbett Refugee and several other varieties of beans and of other crosses between variegated and normal green plants. MATERIAL AND METHODS The crosses involved in this study are listed in table 1.   GREEN BEAN! GREEN BEAN! by Patricia Thomas tells the story of a young girl who grows green beans in her garden. This informative story takes readers through the steps in planting and caring for bean plants. Readers follow the child and her Reviews:

    Inheritance of Habit in the Common Bean is an article from The American Naturalist, Volume View more articles from The American this. For taste comparisons, I harvested exactly one bean pod in the snap stage from each variety. I left the remainder of the pods to mature into dry beans so that I would have sufficient to plant in future years, should the variety prove promising. I do not eat "shelly" beans, so I did not compare the flavor of the beans in that stage.


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Inheritance of pod detachment force in green beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) by Rebecca L. McCluskey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Generation means analysis was used to determine the relative importance of genetic effects in the inheritance of pod detachment force in plantings made on two dates. The primary genetic effects were additive, but in Planting Two dominance effects were also : Rebecca L.

McCluskey. Abstract. Graduation date: The easy picking characteristic, expressed as low pod detachment force (PDF),\ud offers a way to decrease pod damage in bush green beans mechanically harvested for\ud processing and fresh market, and makes hand picking easier and faster.

Summary OSUa green bean line with a tendency for pods to become creasebacked (wider than deep) in cross-section, was crossed to near-round-podded cultivars ‘Oregon 83’ and ‘Slenderette’, oval-podded ‘Bountiful’, and flat-podded ‘Roma’, to further clarify the inheritance of pod by: 4.

Pod dehiscence is a consequence of the weakening of the dorsal and ventral dehiscence zones as well as tension building up in the cells of the inner sclerenchymatous layer due to loss of moisture. Moisture content of pods and the environmental relative humidity are closely correlated and constitute the physical forces causing pod by: 3.

Progress with the persistent-green color and green seed coat in snap beans (P. vulgaris L.) cial processing. Hort Science – Hort Science – Google ScholarCited by: pods suggests over mature pods of low quality and over developed seeds.

Pod Color Medium to dark green preferred for green beans with a new cultivar blending well with traditional ones.

Wax beans should be uniformly yellow, especially in small sieve sizes. Stringlessness No pod. A novel garden bean cultivar, designated ‘’, is disclosed. The invention relates to the seeds of garden bean cultivar ‘’, to the plants of garden bean ‘’ and to methods for producing a garden bean plant produced by crossing the cultivar ‘’ with itself or another garden bean variety.

The invention further relates to hybrid garden bean seeds and plants. A green bean can refer to most types of bean plants that are harvested as green pods before reaching full maturity. In America, the common green bean or string green bean is a popular garden vegetable.

The green bean life cycle takes approximately one year, during which time the seed passes through several growing stages.

Likewise, compared to hard, dry legumes, fresh peas and green beans have lower levels of a sub-class of lectins called agglutinins (see Why Grains Are Bad–Part 1, Lectins and the Gut).Grains and legumes contain high concentrations of lectins as part of the plants’ natural defense system.

Green bean varieties come in bush and pole types. Both bush and pole beans have dozens of cultivars, from broad, meaty Roma types to thin and delicate French filet beans (haricorts verts).Pods can be round or flat, and come in multiple colors: green, purple, yellow, or mottled.

The easy picking characteristic, expressed as low pod detachment force (PDF), offers a way to decrease pod damage in bush green beans mechanically harvested for processing and fresh market, and makes hand picking easier and faster.

This study was undertaken to examine inheritance in a cross of two green bean cultivars, one of which is. Green beans are the unripe, young fruit and protective pods of various cultivars of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris).

Immature or young pods of the runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus), yardlong bean (Vigna unguiculata subsp. sesquipedalis), and hyacinth bean (Lablab purpureus) are used in a similar beans are known by many common names, including French beans, string beans, snap.

Common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) originated in the New World and are the grain legume of greatest production for direct human bean production is subject to frequent droughts in highland Mexico, in the Pacific coast of Central America, in northeast Brazil, and in eastern and southern Africa from Ethiopia to South Africa.

Under all storage conditions, fruit detachment force decreased over time, whereas berry drop increased ().Fruits kept in control air always exhibited a lower FDF and higher berry drop rate than fruits stored in 40% O 2 +30% CO 2 or 80% O the FDF of grapes stored in 80% O 2 was fold and fold higher than from grapes in control air and 40% O 2 +30% CO 2, respectively.

A novel plant genotype characterized by the expression of a low pod detachment force in Phaseolus. The seed which carries the genetic code for this characteristic is capable of germinating into a plant having a mean pod detachment force (PDF) of about kg or less when pods are at market maturity size.

This is one of the best all purpose beans. Great as a green bean, shelly bean and as a dry bean. Very productive. Quite popular in the area surrounding the Cumberland gap still today. Pole bean growing to 6' tall, green pods, bean is tan with a white frost. Approximately 65 seed per ounce. pods.

In canning green beans, an average of 14 pounds is needed per canner load of 7 quarts. As bushel of green beans weigh 30 pounds, it will yield about 15 to 20 quarts.

An average of 3⁄4 pound makes 1 pint of frozen beans. If green beans are grown organically, legume cover crops should be avoided before green beans. When it comes to green beans, the options are endless. Here are some types and varieties to consider: Chinese (aka Asian) long beans (aka yardlong or asparagus beans): slender 1- to 2-foot pods.

Try ‘Orient Wonder’, ‘Red Noodle’, or ‘Yardlong.’ All pole. French green beans (aka filet or haricot verts): thin, tender, 3- to 5-inch. My favorite way to eat Shelly beans is to cook them with fresh snapped (younger) green beans and new potatoes (particularly red potatoes) fresh from the garden.

Cook them in lightly salted water or chicken stock (about 20 minutes), drain when done, and stir in a little bit of butter, fresh-ground pepper, and salt if needed. The common bean is a new world crop having its origins in South America.

The ancestral wild bean is believed to have originated in Southern Ecuador/ Northern Peru. From there it moved southwards as far as Salta in Northern Argentina and northwards to Chihuahua, Mexico. Wild beans can be found in the same geographic range today.

The vines are 4M to 5 feet tall, with abundant foliage. The flowers are white, the pods glossy green, about 5 1/2 to 6 inches long. There are normally 5 to 7 seeds per pod. In his bean book.Bean, seed or pod of certain leguminous plants of the family Fabaceae.

Edible beans are rich in protein and are used worldwide for cooking in either fresh or dried form. Learn more about the physical and nutritional characteristics of beans and some of the economically important species and varieties.Recipes For Your Green Bean Harvest.

When you grow green beans, harvest them, and store them you have to know what to do with them once you have them ready for your consumption.

So here are a few recipes to help you get started. 1. Green Bean Casserole. Green bean casserole is a favorite around many households.