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Phaseolus L.
Descriptors
Category: BIOLOGY
  1. 059 Cold - resistance (059 COLD - RESISTANCE )
  2. 060 Drought - resistance (060 DROUGHT - RESISTANCE )
  3. 061 Irrigation - reaction (061 IRRIGATION - REACTION )
  4. 062 Lodging - resistance (062 LODGING - RESISTANCE )
  5. 067 Resistance - bean common mosaic virus (BCMV) (Phaseolus virus 1 (PIERCE) SMITH) (067 RESISTANCE - BEAN COMMON M)
  6. 068 Resistance - Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV) (Phaseolus virus 2 (PIERCE) SMITH) (068 RESISTANCE - BEAN YELLOW M)
  7. 069 Resistance - Common blight of french bean (Xantomonas phaseoli (E. SMITH) DOWSON) (069 RESISTANCE - COMMON BLIGHT)
  8. 070 Resistance - Halo blight of beans (Pseudomonas phaseolica (BURKH) ELLIOT) (070 RESISTANCE - HALO BLIGHT O)
  9. 071 Resistance - Antracnose of beans (Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (SACC.et MAGN) BR.et (071 RESISTANCE - ANTRACNOSE OF)
  10. 072 Resistance - Fusarium rott rot (Fusarium solani f. phaseoli (MERT.) APP.et WR.) (072 RESISTANCE - FUSARIUM ROTT)
  11. 073 Resistance - Bean rust (Uromyces phaseoli (PERS.)WINT.) (073 RESISTANCE - BEAN RUST (UR)
Category: CHEMICAL
  1. 096 Seed - lysine content (096 SEED - LYSINE CONTENT )
Category: MORPHOLOGY
  1. 001 Cotyledons - position (type of germination) (001 COTYLEDONS - POSITION (TYP)
  2. 002 Plant - anthocyanin pigmentation of hypocotyl or epicotyl (after in a seedling eme (002 PLANT - ANTHOCYANIN PIGMEN)
  3. 003 Plant - growth type (003 PLANT - GROWTH TYPE )
  4. 004 Plant - habit (004 PLANT - HABIT )
  5. 005 Plant - shape (005 PLANT - SHAPE )
  6. 006 Plant - foliage (006 PLANT - FOLIAGE )
  7. 007 Plant - branching (number of branches) (007 PLANT - BRANCHING (NUMBER )
  8. 008 Stem - length of bushy bean (008 STEM - LENGTH OF BUSHY BEA)
  9. 009 Stem - length of climbing bean (009 STEM - LENGTH OF CLIMBING )
  10. 010 Leaf - shape of primordial (010 LEAF - SHAPE OF PRIMORDIAL)
  11. 011 Leaf - shape of the base primordial leaves (011 LEAF - SHAPE OF THE BASE P)
  12. 012 Leaf - shape of the apex of primordial leaves (012 LEAF - SHAPE OF THE APEX O)
  13. 013 Leaf - surface of primordial leaves (013 LEAF - SURFACE OF PRIMORDI)
  14. 014 Leaf - colour primordial leaves (014 LEAF - COLOUR PRIMORDIAL L)
  15. 015 Leaf - shape of middle leaflet (015 LEAF - SHAPE OF MIDDLE LEA)
  16. 016 Leaf - shape of middle leaflet apex (016 LEAF - SHAPE OF MIDDLE LEA)
  17. 017 Leaf - length of middle leaflet (017 LEAF - LENGTH OF MIDDLE LE)
  18. 018 Leaf - colour of middle leaflet (018 LEAF - COLOUR OF MIDDLE LE)
  19. 019 Leaf - surface of middle leaflet (019 LEAF - SURFACE OF MIDDLE L)
  20. 020 Inflorescence - length (020 INFLORESCENCE - LENGTH )
  21. 021 Inflorescence - number of flowers (021 INFLORESCENCE - NUMBER OF )
  22. 022 Inflorescence - location (in full flower) (022 INFLORESCENCE - LOCATION ()
  23. 023 Flower - size of bracts (023 FLOWER - SIZE OF BRACTS )
  24. 024 Flower - pattern of colour (024 FLOWER - PATTERN OF COLOUR)
  25. 025 Flower - vexillum colour (025 FLOWER - VEXILLUM COLOUR )
  26. 026 Flower - wings colour (026 FLOWER - WINGS COLOUR )
  27. 027 Flower - secondary colour of keel (027 FLOWER - SECONDARY COLOUR )
  28. 028 Pod (immature) - width (028 POD (IMMATURE) - WIDTH )
  29. 029 Pod (immature) - cross section (029 POD (IMMATURE) - CROSS SEC)
  30. 030 Pod (immature) - length (bushy bean) (030 POD (IMMATURE) - LENGTH (B)
  31. 031 Pod (immature) - length (climbing bean) (031 POD (IMMATURE) - LENGTH (C)
  32. 032 Pod - degree of curvature (032 POD - DEGREE OF CURVATURE )
  33. 033 Pod - shape of curvature (033 POD - SHAPE OF CURVATURE )
  34. 034 Pod - parchment coating (034 POD - PARCHMENT COATING )
  35. 035 Pod - presence of fibre (035 POD - PRESENCE OF FIBRE )
  36. 036 Pod - degree of constriction in the time of ripeness (036 POD - DEGREE OF CONSTRICTI)
  37. 037 Pod (immature) - ground colour (037 POD (IMMATURE) - GROUND CO)
  38. 038 Pod (immature) - pigmentation (038 POD (IMMATURE) - PIGMENTAT)
  39. 039 Pod - colou of pigment spots (039 POD - COLOU OF PIGMENT SPO)
  40. 040 Pod - location of pigment spots (040 POD - LOCATION OF PIGMENT )
  41. 041 Pod - shape of tip (041 POD - SHAPE OF TIP )
  42. 042 Pod - tip length (042 POD - TIP LENGTH )
  43. 043 Pod (mature) - colour (043 POD (MATURE) - COLOUR )
  44. 044 Pod - surface in technical ripeness (044 POD - SURFACE IN TECHNICAL)
  45. 045 Seed - shape (045 SEED - SHAPE )
  46. 046 Seed - basic colour (046 SEED - BASIC COLOUR )
  47. 047 Seed - secondary basic colour (047 SEED - SECONDARY BASIC COL)
  48. 048 Seed - character of pattern (048 SEED - CHARACTER OF PATTER)
  49. 049 Seed - veining (049 SEED - VEINING )
  50. 050 Seed - hilum ring colour (050 SEED - HILUM RING COLOUR )
  51. 051 Seed - funiculus stability (051 SEED - FUNICULUS STABILITY)
  52. 054 Initial growth - rate (054 INITIAL GROWTH - RATE )
  53. 063 Pod shattering after maturity (063 POD SHATTERING AFTER MATUR)
  54. 077 Stand - number of plants (at harvest) (077 STAND - NUMBER OF PLANTS ()
  55. 078 Stand - leaf area index (LAI) (078 STAND - LEAF AREA INDEX (L)
  56. 088 Pod - number of seeds per pod (088 POD - NUMBER OF SEEDS PER )
  57. 089 Pod - setting of the first pod (089 POD - SETTING OF THE FIRST)
  58. 091 Seed - size uniformity (091 SEED - SIZE UNIFORMITY )
  59. 100 Pod - suitability for conservation (100 POD - SUITABILITY FOR CONS)
  60. 101 Pod - suitability for freezing (101 POD - SUITABILITY FOR FREE)
Category: OTHER
  1. 109 Main use (109 MAIN USE )
  2. 110 Germination seed - store (110 GERMINATION SEED - STORE )
Category: PHENOLOGY
  1. 055 Vegetation period - sowing-beginning of flowering (055 VEGETATION PERIOD - SOWING)
  2. 056 Vegetation period - beginning of flowering-end of flowering (056 VEGETATION PERIOD - BEGINN)
  3. 057 Vegetation period - sowing-tinning ripeness of pods (days) (057 VEGETATION PERIOD - SOWING)
  4. 058 Vegetation period - sowing-seed maturity (days) (058 VEGETATION PERIOD - SOWING)
Category: PRODUCTION
  1. 079 Stand - seed yield (repeated evaluation to the standard cv.) (079 STAND - SEED YIELD (REPEAT)
  2. 080 Stand - seed yield (unrepeated evaluation to the standard cv.) (080 STAND - SEED YIELD (UNREPE)
  3. 081 Stand - seed yield stability (081 STAND - SEED YIELD STABILI)
  4. 082 Stand - yield of pods in technical ripeness (repeated evaluation to the standard (082 STAND - YIELD OF PODS IN T)
  5. 084 Plant - pod mass in technical ripeness (to the standard cv.) (084 PLANT - POD MASS IN TECHNI)
  6. 085 Plant - seed yield (to the standard cv.) (085 PLANT - SEED YIELD (TO THE)
  7. 086 Plant - number of pods (to the standard cv.) (086 PLANT - NUMBER OF PODS (TO)
  8. 090 Seed - 1000-seed weight (090 SEED - 1000-SEED WEIGHT )
  9. 107 Seed - suitability for conservation (107 SEED - SUITABILITY FOR CON)


Distribution Policy

According to the Decree no.458/2003 to the Act no.148/2003 on plant genetic resources in the Czech Republic users are allowed to order a maximum of 30 generatively and 10 vegetatively propagated samples per year (our business year is from November until October).

Shipments are processed in the order of acceptance. The average handling time is 10 working days.

Plant germplasm is distributed to scientists, educators, producers and other bona fide research and education entities. Distribution of germplasm from National Plant Germplasm collections (NPG) to fulfil requests from individuals seeking free germplasm strictly for home use is generally considered as inappropriate use of limited resources and conflicts with Government policy of not competing with commercial enterprises. Requestors can be asked, in an appropriate manner, to justify the use of specific NPG instead of suitable commercially available germplasm

Accessions listed in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN Czech) database as “not available” due to insufficient or low viability seed and/or scheduled for regeneration will generally not be available for distribution

To safeguard its international public goods character, and by a legal obligation with FAO and the Governing Body of the International Treaty of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA), germplasm for use in food and agriculture is transferred using the Standard Materials Transfer Agreement (SMTA) of the ITPGRFA.

CRI makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding the quality, viability or purity (genetic or mechanical), safety of and/or use of CRI-held germplasm including any warranty of merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose, including without limitation, production, breeding, crossing, testing, commercialization, or non-infringement of third-party intellectual property.