Economic botany of legumes

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Soybeans are second highest protein content after what other legume?
The pulp remaining after straining soy milk is called?
Monocot or dicot?
Top 3 vegetable oils
Where was the soybean domesticated?
Peas, lentils and chick peas originated where?
How many cotyledons does a peanut have?
Legumes have a symbiotic relationship with which bacteria?
Name an industrial use for soybeans
Chick peas: Genus species
Which Fabales has doubly compound flowers?
Cowpeas and groundnuts are important staples in
The edible part of the plant is called?
Lima bean: Genus species
What is used to keep the root area anaerobic to keep nitrogenase active?
Lentils: Genus species
Kidney, navy, black, green, string are all examples of what?
Some Lima beans contain this chemical
What kind of symmetry do the flowers display?
Peanut: Genus species
Peas: Genus species
Common bean: Genus species
Nitrogen fixation turns N2 into what?
What is the family name for legumes?
Leucaena is not used for its pulse, but for what?
Mixed cropping involves growing beans with what other crop?
When soybeans are cooked, what enzyme becomes inactivated?
Tofu is made using boiled soymilk and what reagent?
Common bean originated where?
What amino acid is higher in grains than beans?
Where did peanuts originate?
An example of a legume tree?
What are the root structures which house symbionts called?
Agricultural chemist, professor, philanthropist, inventor of the crop rotation method and introduced peanuts to the American South
The peanut fungus Aspergillus flavus makes what deadly chemicals?
Soybean: Genus species
An example of a legume forage plant?
What is the King of the Pulses?
Vicia faba originates from where?
A fungal secondary metabolite that is toxic to animals is called what?

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