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  1. Faba Bean as a Sustainable Plant Protein Source
  2. Grain legume production in Europe for food, feed and meat-substitution
  3. Reproductive potential of the black bean aphid (Aphis fabae Scop.) on a range of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) accessions
  4. Evaluation of pathogenicity of Botrytis species isolated from different legumes
  5. The giant diploid faba genome unlocks variation in a global protein crop
  6. Identifying physiological and genetic determinants of faba bean transpiration response to evaporative demand
  7. Narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.): Characterization of emulsification and fibre properties
  8. Stable nitrogen-cycling capacity in relation to fertilization and intercropping in a sub-boreal grassland
  9. New approach combining food value with nutrient budgeting provides insights into the value of alternative farming systems
  10. Yield Gaps of Major Cereal and Grain Legume Crops in Ethiopia: A Review
  11. Genomic regions associated with chocolate spot (Botrytis fabae Sard.) resistance in faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
  12. Agro-economic prospects for expanding soybean production beyond its current northerly limit in Europe
  13. Botrytis four species are associated with chocolate spot disease of faba bean in Latvia
  14. VC1 catalyses a key step in the biosynthesis of vicine in faba bean
  15. Discrimination of leaf diseases affecting faba bean (Vicia faba)
  16. Recent advances in faba bean genetic and genomic tools for crop improvement
  17. Recent Advances in Faba Bean Genetic and Genomic Tools for Crop Improvement
  18. Physiological and Biochemical Basis of Faba Bean Breeding for Drought Adaptation—A Review
  19. Response of Soil Bacterial Community Diversity and Composition to Time, Fertilization, and Plant Species in a Sub-Boreal Climate
  20. Preparation and Characterization of Emulsion Gels from Whole Faba Bean Flour
  21. Genomic-based root plasticity to enhance abiotic stress adaptation and edible yield in grain crops
  22. The transgenerational effects of solar short-UV radiation differed in two accessions of Vicia faba L. from contrasting UV environments
  23. Evaluation of yield, yield stability, and yield–protein relationship in 17 commercial faba bean cultivars
  24. VC1 catalyzes a key step in the biosynthesis of vicine from GTP in faba bean
  25. Re-designing organic grain legume cropping systems using systems agronomy
  26. Palindromic sequence-targeted (PST) PCR: a rapid and efficient method for high-throughput gene characterization and genome walking
  27. Evaluation of yield, yield stability and yield-protein trade-off in commercial faba bean cultivars
  28. Association of Shoot and Root Responses to Water Deficit in Young Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) Plants
  29. How to eliminate two natural chemicals from broad bean seeds by selective breeding
  30. Genetic analysis of photosynthesis‐related traits in faba bean ( Vicia faba ) for crop improvement
  31. Plant species and growing season weather influence the efficiency of selenium biofortification
  32. Responses of flavonoid profile and associated gene expression to solar blue and UV radiation in two accessions of Vicia faba L. from contrasting UV environments
  33. Genotypic variation in leaf epicuticular wax quantity in a large faba bean (Vicia faba L.) germplasm collection
  34. Grain legume yields are as stable as other spring crops in long-term experiments across northern Europe
  35. A multi-parent faba bean (Vicia faba L.) population for future genomic studies
  36. David Bond and Jean Picard: Two pivotal breeders of faba bean in the 20th century
  37. Cultivating forage maize for biomass and bioenergy in a sub-boreal climate
  38. Fertilizer and intercropped legumes as nitrogen source for Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) tops for bioenergy
  39. Ion beam irradiation mutagenesis in rye (Secale cereale L.), linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) and faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
  40. ILB 938, a valuable faba bean (Vicia faba L.) accession
  41. Diversity in root growth responses to moisture deficit in young faba bean (Vicia faba L.) plants
  42. Efficient and sustainable production of faba bean
  43. Rust resistance in faba bean (Vicia faba L.): status and strategies for improvement
  44. Development and validation of a robust, breeder-friendly molecular marker for the vc - locus in faba bean
  45. Climate change can affect crop pollination in unexpected ways
  46. Proposal for C-Hordein as Reference Material in Gluten Quantification
  47. Progress towards flowering of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is more than photothermal
  48. Screening of faba bean (Vicia fabaL.) accessions to acidity and aluminium stresses
  49. Oxidation of proline decreases immunoreactivity and alters structure of barley prolamin
  50. Grain Legume Production and Use in European Agricultural Systems
  51. Legumes in cropping systems
  52. Trade-Offs between Economic and Environmental Impacts of Introducing Legumes into Cropping Systems
  53. A cropping system assessment framework—Evaluating effects of introducing legumes into crop rotations
  54. Faba bean flavour and technological property improvement by thermal pre-treatments
  55. Grain legume decline and potential recovery in European agriculture: a review
  56. Starch: Chemistry
  57. Retrieval of leaf chlorophyll content in field crops using narrow-band indices: effects of leaf area index and leaf mean tilt angle
  58. In silico evaluation of plant genetic resources to search for traits for adaptation to climate change
  59. Perennial crop growth in oil-contaminated soil in a boreal climate
  60. Pre-crop effects on the nutrient composition and utilization efficiency of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) and narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.)
  61. Determination of vicine and convicine from faba bean with an optimized high-performance liquid chromatographic method
  62. The future of lupin as a protein crop in Europe
  63. Crop Wild Relatives and Climate Change
  64. Fusarium-suppressive effects of green manure of turnip rape
  65. Effects of Break Crops on Yield and Grain Protein Concentration of Barley in a Boreal Climate
  66. A SNP-based consensus genetic map for synteny-based trait targeting in faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
  67. Nitrous oxide emissions from perennial grass–legume intercrop for bioenergy use
  68. Flanking SNP markers for vicine–convicine concentration in faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
  69. Earthworm communities under boreal grass and legume bioenergy crops in pure stands and mixtures
  70. Faba Bean
  71. Nutritive quality and protein production from grain legumes in a boreal climate
  72. Use of synteny to identify candidate genes underlying QTL controlling stomatal traits in faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
  73. Erratum to: Winter turnip rape as a soil N scavenging catch crop in a cool humid climate
  74. Erratum to: Genetic analysis reveals a novel locus in Vicia faba decoupling pigmentation in the flower from that in the extra-floral nectaries
  75. The EU’s dependency on soya bean import for the animal feed industry and potential for EU produced alternatives
  76. Short-term effects of biochar on soil properties and wheat yield formation with meat bone meal and inorganic fertiliser on a boreal loamy sand
  77. Genetic analysis reveals a novel locus in Vicia faba decoupling pigmentation in the flower from that in the extra-floral nectaries
  78. Winter turnip rape as a soil N scavenging catch crop in a cool humid climate
  79. Erratum to: Biochar application to a fertile sandy clay loam in boreal conditions: effects on soil properties and yield formation of wheat, turnip rape and faba bean
  80. Photographic measurement of leaf angles in field crops
  81. Biomass yield and quality of bioenergy crops grown with synthetic and organic fertilizers
  82. The effects of a permanently elevated water table in an acid sulphate soil on reed canary grass for combustion
  83. Biochar application to a fertile sandy clay loam in boreal conditions: effects on soil properties and yield formation of wheat, turnip rape and faba bean
  84. Do faba bean (Vicia faba L.) accessions from environments with contrasting seasonal moisture availabilities differ in stomatal characteristics and related traits?
  85. The FIGS (Focused Identification of Germplasm Strategy) Approach Identifies Traits Related to Drought Adaptation in Vicia faba Genetic Resources
  86. Improved sustainability of feedstock production with sludge and interacting mycorrhiza
  87. A baseline study of vicine–convicine levels in faba bean (Vicia faba L.) germplasm
  88. Adaptation of spring faba bean types across European climates
  89. Content of zinc, iron and their absorption inhibitors in Nicaraguan common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
  90. Words for traditional Eurasian grain legumes in Uralic languages
  91. Feedstock quality and growth of bioenergy crops fertilized with sewage sludge
  92. Conversion of Carbohydrates in Herbaceous Crops during Anaerobic Digestion
  93. Faba bean adaptation to autumn sowing under European climates
  94. Genetic Adjustment to Changing Climates:faba bean
  95. Evaluation of annual bioenergy crops in the boreal zone for biogas and ethanol production
  96. Achievements in breeding autumn-sown annual legumes for temperate regions with emphasis on the continental Balkans
  97. Revitalizing the winter turnip rape crop in the northern latitudes
  98. Evaluation of preservation methods for improving biogas production and enzymatic conversion yields of annual crops
  99. Mutual Legume Intercropping for Forage Production in Temperate Regions
  100. Faba bean breeding for drought-affected environments: A physiological and agronomic perspective
  101. Integrated pest management in faba bean
  102. Physiology of flowering and grain filling in faba bean
  103. Winter hardiness in faba bean: Physiology and breeding
  104. Starch characterisation and variability in GBSS loci of synthetic hexaploid wheats and their durum and Aegilops tauschii parents
  105. Legumes in Finnish agriculture: history, present status and future prospects
  106. Interaction of heat–moisture conditions and physical properties in oat processing: II. Flake quality
  107. Interaction of heat-moisture conditions and physical properties in oat processing: I. Mechanical properties of steamed oat groats
  108. Comparison of Methods for Colorimetric Amylose Determination in Cereal Grains
  109. Evaluation of physiological traits for improving drought tolerance in faba bean (Vicia faba L.)
  110. Developmental Regulation of Mannan, Arabinogalactan‐Protein, and Pectic Epitopes in Pistils of Vicia faba (Faba Bean)
  111. Screening techniques and sources of resistance to abiotic stresses in cool-season food legumes
  112. Genetic analysis of quantitative traits in rice (Oryza sativa L.) exposed to salinity
  113. STARCH | Chemistry
  114. Genetics of starch granule size distribution in tetraploid and hexaploid wheats
  115. Lupin Flours as Additives: Dough Mixing, Breadmaking, Emulsifying, and Foaming
  116. Synergistic and Additive Effects of Three High Molecular Weight Glutenin Subunit Loci. I. Effects on Wheat Dough Rheology
  117. Synergistic and Additive Effects of Three High Molecular Weight Glutenin Subunit Loci. II. Effects on Wheat Dough Functionality and End-Use Quality
  118. Screening of Chickpeas for Adaptation to Autumn Sowing
  119. Effects of Gliadin Fractions on Functional Properties of Wheat Dough Depending on Molecular Size and Hydrophobicity
  120. Response of canola to different heat stresses
  121. Evaluation of the 40 mg Swelling Test for Measuring Starch Functionality
  122. Genetic analysis of partial rust resistance in faba beans
  123. Basic Rheology of Bread Dough with Modified Protein Content and Glutenin-to-Gliadin Ratios
  124. Effects of Incorporated Glutenins on Functional Properties of Wheat Dough
  125. Effects of Nitrogen and Sulfur Fertilization on Commercial-Scale Wheat Quality and Mixing Requirements
  126. Effects of Nitrogen and Sulfur Fertilizer on Protein Composition, Mixing Requirements, and Dough Strength of Four Wheat Cultivars
  127. Optimized Methods for Incorporating Glutenin Subunits into Wheat Dough for Extension and Baking Studies
  128. Characterization of Starch in Aegilops Species
  129. Extractability and size distribution studies on wheat proteins using flow-field flow fractionation
  130. Quantity of quality? addressing the protein paradox of flour functionality
  131. Evaluating faba beans for resistance to ascochyta blight using detached organs
  132. Link Between Mixing Requirements and Dough Strength
  133. Variation in Faba Bean Amylose Content
  134. Effect of Varying Protein Content and Glutenin-to-Gliadin Ratio on the Functional Properties of Wheat Dough
  135. Amylose Content in Segregating Populations of Einkorn, Emmer, and Rye
  136. Starch Extraction and Amylose Analysis from Half Seeds
  137. Survey of Starch Particle-Size Distribution in Wheat and Related Species
  138. Variability of Ascochyta fabae in South Australia
  139. Variation in Grain Mass, Grain Nitrogen, and Starch B-Granule Content Within Wheat Heads
  140. Survey of amylose content in Secale cereale, triticum monococcum, T. turgidum and T. tauschii
  141. A rapid antibody-based test for Sec-2, a marker for the short arm of chromosome 2 of rye (2RS)
  142. Derivation of superior F5 lines from heterotic hybrids in pea
  143. Heterosis for yield and related characters in pea
  144. Genetic distance and its association with heterosis in peas
  145. Limits to Retention of Fertilized Flowers in Faba Beans (Vicia faba L.)
  146. Termination of flowering in ‘indeterminate’ faba beans (Vicia faba)
  147. Variability in grain protein concentration of peas and lentils grown in Australia
  148. Pollen vectors and pollination of faba beans in southern Australia
  149. Variability in grain protein in Australian hexaploid wheats
  150. The Pollination Requirements of the Faba Bean
  151. Pollination, fertilization and seed development in winter stocks of faba beans (Vicia faba L.)
  152. Effects of irrigation, plant density and genotype on pollination, fertilization and seed development in spring field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  153. Pollination, Fertilization and Seed Development in Inbred Lines and F1 Hybrids of Spring Faba Beans (Vicia faba L.)
  154. Autofertility and Bee Visitation in Winter and Spring Genotypes of Faba Beans (Vicia faba L.)
  155. The distribution of immature thrips among flowers of faba beans in commercial crops and experimental plots
  156. Pollination and fertilization in commercial crops of field beans (Vicia faba L.)
  157. Evaluation of colour transparency films for photomicrography of fluorescent structures
  158. Effects of Excision of Stock and Scion Organs on the Formation of the Graft Union in Coleus: A Histological Study
  159. Histology of the development of the graft union in pea roots
  160. Grain legumes: an overview.
  161. Introduction - perspectives on legume production and use in European agriculture.