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Publications at this Location
ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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1995 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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EIGHT RED MEXICAN DRY BEAN GERMPLASM LINES WITH UPRIGHT, SHORT VINE ARCHITECTURE
(Germplasm Release)
(08-Aug-95)
INDIGESTIBLE STARCH COMPONENTS IN LEGUMINOUS SEEDS
(Abstract Only)
(20-Jun-95)
MANIPULATION OF SOMATIC EMBRYO AND SHOOT NUMBERS IN SUGARBEET CALLUS WITH BENZYLADENINE, ABSCISIC ACID, AND TRIIODOBENZOIC ACID
(Abstract Only)
(20-May-95)
REGISTRATION OF 'NEWPORT' NAVY BEAN
(Germplasm Release)
(30-Apr-95)
EFFECT ON DIFFERENT STORAGE TIMES ON COOKING TIME AND GERMINATION OF DRY BEAN SEEDS
(Other)
(09-Feb-95)
ETHYLENE ACCUMULATES IN CULTURE VESSELS CONTAINING SHOOT-TIP EXPLANTS OF COMMON BEAN AND GAS EXCHANGE BETWEEN IN VITRO AND EX VITRO AIR OVERCOME ITSINHIBITORY EFFECTS
(Other)
(09-Feb-95)
ETHYLENE INHIBITORS ADDED TO IN VITRO CULTURE MEDIA OF COMMON BEAN PROMOTESMORPHOGENESIS OF COTYLEDONARY NODE EXPLANTS
(Other)
(09-Feb-95)
NOTICE OF NAMING AND RELEASE OF EIGHT SMALL-RED CLASS DRY BEANS WITH UPRIGHT ARCHITECTURE, NARROW PROFILE, AND SHORT-VINE GROWTH HABIT
(Germplasm Release)
(09-Feb-95)
CHARACTERIZATION OF BRINE FROM CANNED BEAN PROCESSING DIFFERENTIAL QUALITY
(Other)
(09-Feb-95)
WHOLE-PLANT AND ALS ENZYME RESPONSE OF SULFONYLUREA-RESISTANT SUGARBEET TO FLUMETSULAM AND IMAZAMETHABENZ
(Abstract Only)
(30-Jan-95)
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