By Aditya Pratap, Jitendra Kumar
Nutrition legumes are vital elements of human and animal food, delivering prime quality proteins an important for a balanced vitamin. those vegetation additionally play an immense function in low-input agricultural construction structures through solving atmospheric nitrogen. regardless of systematic and non-stop breeding efforts by means of legume researchers around the globe, massive genetic earnings haven't been completed. those matters require rapid recognition, and total, a paradigm shift is required in breeding ideas to reinforce our conventional crop development courses. To this finish, Biology and Breeding of meals Legumes presents vast info on their heritage, foundation, evolution and botany, in addition to breeding pursuits and methods, dietary development, business makes use of, post-harvest expertise and up to date advancements made via biotechnological intervention.
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