Primary diversification of Phaseolus in the Americas: Three centres?
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DEBOUCK, D.G. 1986. Primary diversification of Phaseolus in the Americas: Three centres?. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (Italy). 67:2-8.
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The origin of 5 Phaseolus species cultivated in America (P. vulgaris, P. lunatus, P. coccineus, P. acutifolius, and P. polyanthus) is discussed within the context of a broader theory of the origin of this genus, for which 3 centers of origin may be defined: Mesoamerica, the northern and southern Andean regions. Most of their considerations have an archeological or botanical origin, but recent genetic and biochemical research works are also mentioned. (AS-CIAT)
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