Figure 3. Cluster and principal component analysis score plot of 28 common beans. Score plots for the first two principal components, PC1 (36.5) and PC2 (21.4). Results are expressed as % of total area and represent the relative abundance of a compound relative to the sum of areas of all peaks in the chromatogram for each cultivar. Identification was based on pure standards. YuT: Yuki-Tebou; GiT: Gin-Tebou; SyT: Syo-Tebou; SiN: Siro-Nagauzura; SiM: Siro-Maruuzura; FuK: Fukusiro-Kintoki; ToD: Toya-Daifuku; KuI: Kumamoto-Ingen; NaB: Navy-Bean; WKB: White Kidney Bean; Cal: Canellini; SiI: Sihoro-Ingen; UmN: Umakei-No.5; TaB: Taoca-Bean; FuT: Fuku-Tora; BeS: Beni-Sibori; FuB: Futsu-Biruma; SiB: Siroji-Biruma KiB: Kiji-Bean; TDF: Triumph De Francy; ShB: Shell Bean; GMS: Gokuwase-Murasaki-Saya; TaK: Taisho-Kintoki; HaB: Hakusai-Bean; CaI: Carasu-Ingen; Jal: Jaula; SuP: Sutton's Premier; Rox: Roxo

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Characteristics of Functional Components and Antioxidant Activity of 28 Common Beans

Chengyu Jiang, Zhaohong Ci, Shuo Feng, Shan Wu, Michiyuki Kojima

Journal of Food and Nutrition Research. 2018, 6(7), 439-444 doi:10.12691/jfnr-6-7-3