Peas and beans
The OpenFields library holds resources about peas, beans and lentils, which are also known as legumes, or pulses. They are all the seeds of plants belonging to the Pea family, Leguminosae, which gets its name from the characteristic pod or legume that protects the seeds while they are forming and ripening.
With approximately 13,000 species, the family Leguminosae is the second largest in the plant kingdom and it is very important economically. Nutritionally, the seeds are high in protein, and the plants support nitrogen-fixing bacteria on their roots.
A sample of Items held in the Peas and beans category
- Future Trends and Developments in Poultry Nutrition
- Climate change series: Focus on peas and beans
- Effect of whole-crop pea (Pisum sativum L.) silages differing in condensed tannin content as a substitute for grass silage and soybean meal on the performance, metabolism, and carcass characteristics of lambs.
- Dwarf French Beans
- 1850: The future of crop protection
- 12. Beans can win in blackgrass battle
- 13. The UK could generate almost half its energy needs from biomass sources, including household waste, agricultural residues and home-grown biofuels by 2050
There are currently no subcategories in the Peas and beans section.
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