Apios, sometimes called "potato bean," is a nitrogen-fixing legume, native to eastern North America, that produces protein-rich tubers at nodes along belowground stolons. Apios was used as a staple food source by Native Americans throughout eastern North America and holds promise as a crop. Belamkar et al. report the phenotypic variation in a collection of 53 Apios genotypes at three locations and under three growing conditions. [more]
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