1. This digest, Food Legumes, deals with those species of the plant family Leguminosae that may be consumed by human beings or domestic animals, commonly as mature dry seeds. 435 pgs, tables
  2. Legumes Edible parts -Seeds, Leaves, Spice, Vegetable A small erect bean up to 60 cm tall. It grows each year from seed. Straggling kinds can occur. Stems, leaves and pods aresoftly hairy. The leaves have 3 leaflets. The leaflets have stalks. Flowers are small and white or blue. They occur in...
  3. 1985-01-01 This directory includes food legumes, cereals, and vegetables. 53 pages, illustrated Directory of Germplasm Collections
  4. This book gives an account of the grain-legumes and their contribution to human diets and human nutrition, based on the available technical literature, including the most recent relevant studies. It also deals with measures to increase the production and consumption of this group of foods.
  5. This publication represents the recommendations of the working group. It is hoped that what is proposed will be of interest and assistance to legume breeders, analysts, nutritionists, and all others directly concerned with the improvement and wider use of food legumes in human diets.
  6. This book deals mainly with the edible mature seeds of leguminous plants which belong to the family of Leguminosae. Included are chapters on the history of legumes, production and consumption, seed structure and composition, toxic constitutents in legumes, methods of processing and cooking...
  7. This report provides a brief outline of the biology of yield with emphasis on the adaptability of major grain legume species. In doing so only broad principles have been discussed. An effort has been made to project different problems of major grain legumes and they have been given a comparative...
  8. 1981-01-01 The Winged Bean Flyer was established in 1977, with the support of The Asia Foundation, as part of the Foundation's effort to encourage development of a cooperative international program on the winged bean. This publication reported on the efforts to bring about the development of winged bean as...
  9. 1989-01-01 Directory of Germplasm Collections Arachis, Cajanus, Cicer and Lens, Lupinus and Vicia, Phaseolus, Pisum, Psophocarpus, Vigna 190 pages, tables
  10. 1996-01-19 This publication lists the pathogens and locations where they are distributed for chickpeas and pigeonpeas.