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DATE

1986

AUTHORS

D. W. S. Mok , M. C. Mok , A. Rabakoarihanta , C. T. Shii

ABSTRACT

Grain legumes are second only to cereals as important plant food sources. The cultivation of grain legumes amounts to over 72 million ha, with a total production of about 51 million metric tons per year (FAO Production Yearbook 1979). Of the Phaseolus species, P. vulgaris (common bean) is by far the most important with the acreage of over 27 million ha and a distribution throughout the world. Beans are used for consumption in various forms, ranging from immature pods and mature seeds to flour and fermented products. Their high protein content (18 – 30%) has made them a particularly important dietary component in developing countries. Bean seed protein is generally rich in lysine and threonine, but poor in sulfur-containing amino acids such as methionine and cysteine (Bressani 1973). More... »

PAGES

309-318

Book

TITLE

Crops I

ISBN

978-3-642-64889-2
978-3-642-61625-9

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-61625-9_16

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