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Faba bean in China

Liruan Lang

Faba bean in China

state-of-the-art review

by Liruan Lang

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Published by International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas in Aleppo, Syria .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLang Li-juan ... [et al.].
ContributionsInternational Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSB351.F3 F33 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 144 p. :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24471742M
ISBN 109291270067
ISBN 109789291270064
LC Control Number2010368277
OCLC/WorldCa30024530

‘This has already been reported in O. foetida on faba bean and winter chickpea in North Africa.’ ‘You can use crimson-flowered fava bean as an ornamental.’ ‘To test resistance to the wasps, he caged the different groups of infected aphids on individual fava bean plants by inverting plastic drink cups over the potted plants with aphids.’. In the early s, fish farmers in Dongsheng Town, Guangdong Province, China, accidentally discovered that the muscle structure of grass carp changed significantly after they were fed with faba bean (Vicia faba L.) solely for 90– days.

More information: Richard Roland at or Cody Roland at Faba beans go by many names, including fava bean, broad bean, field bean, bell bean and pigeon g: China. However, there are dozens of fava bean recipes from countries around the world who consider the bean an important part of their diet! In Algeria, fava beans are used to make Bissara, a dip and soup. In China, the beans are fermented with chili peppers and soybeans to make doubanjiang, a spicy bean paste popular in Sichuan cuisine.

Faba bean. The faba bean (Vicia faba) is a member of the Fabaceae (bean) family and is also known as the broad bean, fava bean, tickbean, bell bean, field bean or horse faba bean is native to northern Africa and south western Asia, but is now cultivated throughout the world. Phenolic compounds were extracted from seeds of 22 cultivars of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) by using 80% (v/v) aqueous acetone. The total phenolic compound and condensed tannins contents of the extracts and their antioxidant activity were determined using the Folin-Ciocalteu’s phenol reagent, vanillin/HCl method, and ABTS and FRAP assays, respectively.


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Faba bean in China by Liruan Lang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Faba bean in China: state-of-the-art review. [Li-juan Lang; International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas.;]. The area of faba bean in China represents about 60% of the total world area of the crop. The main regions of cultivation are in the southern provinces of Yunnan, Sichuan, Hubei.

Zhejiang and Jiangsu (southern part), and in the northern provinces of Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia and Inner Mongolia (western part). In the south the crop is sown in the autumn, and in the north in by: 4. Faba beans, formerly known as broad beans, are among the oldest crops in the world.

It has in fact been claimed with some justification that the Pyramids were built on faba beans. They are today a major crop in many countries such as China, Egypt and the Sudan; and are widely grown for human foodBrand: Springer Netherlands.

Faba Faba bean in China book in China: state-of-the-art review. This book examines faba beans in China, including the distribution and importance of the crop, production methods, research, germplasm resources, genetics, breeding, pests, diseases, processing and utilization.

Cookies Cited by:   canola, male sterile and autotraploid faba bean and narbon bean have been evaluated as Faba bean in China book crops and compared with barren ground between faba bean. Abstract. China is by far the world’s largest producer of faba bean.

Cultivation of the crop can be traced to ancient times and it is now widely distributed throughout the country — especially along the Yangtze River where close to 90% of the area is concentrated. The six major food legume species (pea, faba bean, common bean, mung bean, adzuki bean, and cowpea) are the most well-known pulses in China, as well.

Ethiopia is the second largest grow er of faba bean in the world after the Peoples’ Republic of China. It is the most important of the highland pulses in terms o f acreage, production and food supply among the highland pulses.

It plays a key role in the cropping system where il is grown in rotation with cereals and oil crops for the purpose. The present chapter book aim to. present the major research achievements in faba bean which include identification of faba bean. lines tolerant to heat, drought, herbicide tolerance, broomrape resistance, disease resistance, and.

high nitrogen fixation. Faba bean seed inoculated with rhizobium (Group F) should be planted into moist soil, and can be planted to 15–20 cm depth. China was a major exporter of faba beans but has recently become an importer. All faba beans grown in Australia are targeted at human-consumption markets.

Countries in the Middle East, specifically Egypt, Saudi. Faba bean necrotic yellow virus (FBNYV) was the major cause of disappearance of faba bean from middle Egypt. Additionally, million ha sown to faba bean in the period – in China declined to million ha in the period of –   The Mendelian inheritance traits for faba bean were first characterized in the s (Erith, ); however, faba bean genetics received only intermittent interest in the following years (O'Sullivan & Angra, ).

In this section, major breeding methods used in faba bean and also breeding for biotic and abiotic stresses are highlighted. Vicia faba, also known in the culinary sense as the broad bean, fava bean, or faba bean, is a species of flowering plant in the pea and bean family is of uncertain origin: and widely cultivated as a crop for human consumption.

It is also used as a cover ies with smaller, harder seeds that are fed to horses or other animals are called field bean, tic bean or tick bean. Eventhough faba bean has been cultivated in many countries, 60% of total world production comes from China (FAO, ).

The date of introduction of Vicia faba var. minor to China is believed to be around BC (Bond et al., ). Faba bean is mainly grown under rain-fed conditions, although irrigated production is important in Egypt, parts of China and Central Asia. China is the leading producer with a wide range of intensive rotation and inter-crop holistic cropping systems.

The main focus of this chapter is faba bean cultivation under rain-fed growing conditions. Faba bean starch generally possessed smaller RDS and SDS contents of % and % whereas larger RS contents of %, which indicates that faba bean starches are more resistant to enzymatic hydrolysis.

Due to food applications and numerous health benefits of slowly digestible and RS, researchers' interest should be developed toward the Missing: China. Faba Bean. Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is a major food and feed legume, because of the high nutritional value of its seeds, which are rich in protein and starch.

Seeds are consumed dry, fresh, frozen or canned. The main faba bean producer countries are China, some in. a about faba bean Faba bean, Vicia faba, is a winter-growing pulse, or food legume crop.

It originated in the Middle East in the prehistoric period, and has since been cultivated throughout Europe, North Africa, and Central Asia. It was introduced to China over 2, years. Other names include broad bean, faba bean, field bean, bell bean, English bean, horse bean, Windsor bean, pigeon bean and tic(k) bean.

Similar to the garden pea, lentil and chickpea, the fava bean originated in the Mediterranean region or in southwestern Asia. It seems have been discovered as far back as the Neolithic period ( to B.C.E. However, there is also evidence of distinct large seeded fava bean populations developing in Ethiopia and China (Serradilla et al., ).

Fava bean is now widely distributed around the world, with production in temperate and subtropical areas in addition to the high elevations in the tropics of the Old World and the New World including South.

THE FABA BEAN Faba bean, Vicia faba, is a winter growing pulse, or food legume crop. It originated in the Middle East in the pre-historic period, and has since spread throughout Europe, North Africa, and Central Asia.

It spread to China over 2, years ago via traders along the Silk Road, to South America in the Columbian period, and.Faba bean.

Faba bean (Vicia faba minor) originated in the Middle East and are now an important food crop in China and many Mediterranean and African countries. As faba beans receive greater attention in the western word, because of the value in livestock nutrition and crop rotation, there will be an increasing export potential for Australian grain.Faba bean is a diploid species, 2n=12 (six homologous pairs) and partly out-crossing; cross-pollination is reported to range from 8% to 84%, with an average of 35% (Bond and Poulsen ).

The plant is rigid and erect, growing to to m tall.