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Identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms and haplotypes associated with yield and yield components in soybean (Glycine max) landraces across multiple environments
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The analysis revealed that abundant phenotypic and genetic diversity existed in the studied population, and the SNPs and haplotypes identified will help to further understand the genetic basis of soybean yield and its components, and may facilitate future high-yield breeding by marker-assisted selection in soybean.
Detection of quantitative trait loci for phosphorus deficiency tolerance at soybean seedling stage
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The identified quantitative trait loci (QTL) will be useful to improve the stress resistance of soybean against a complex nutritional disorder caused by phosphorus deficiency and more QTLs were detected under low phosphorus condition and some QTLS were detected that specifically expressed under different phosphorus levels.
The Acid Phosphatase-Encoding Gene GmACP1 Contributes to Soybean Tolerance to Low-Phosphorus Stress
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The discovery of the optimal haplotype of GmACP1 will now enable the accurate selection of soybeans with higher P efficiencies and improve the understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying P efficiency in plants.
High-Density Genetic Mapping Identifies New Major Loci for Tolerance to Low-Phosphorus Stress in Soybean
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The construction of a high-density genetic map using a specific-locus amplified fragment sequencing (SLAF-seq) strategy in soybean and a highly significant novel QTL located on chromosome 4, q4-2, was identified across traits, years and treatments.
Stepwise selection on homeologous PRR genes controlling flowering and maturity during soybean domestication
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It is shown that Tof12-dependent acceleration of maturity accompanied a reduction in dormancy and seed dispersal during soybean domestication, possibly predisposing the incipient crop to latitudinal expansion.
Association mapping of soybean seed germination under salt stress
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The SNPs detected could facilitate a better understanding of the genetic basis of soybean salt tolerance at the germination stage, and the marker BARC-021347-04042 could contribute to future breeding for soybeans in saline soils by marker-assisted selection.
Integrating QTL mapping and transcriptomics identifies candidate genes underlying QTLs associated with soybean tolerance to low-phosphorus stress
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The results suggest that integrating QTL mapping and transcriptome profiling could be useful for rapidly identifying candidate genes underlying complex traits, and phosphatase-encoding genes, such as GmACP2, play important roles involving in low-P stress tolerance in soybean.
A Genetic Relationship between Phosphorus Efficiency and Photosynthetic Traits in Soybean As Revealed by QTL Analysis Using a High-Density Genetic Map
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A combined analysis of phenotypic correlation, linkage mapping, and expression analysis is used to dissect the relationship between PE and photosynthesis, and uncover several major genomic regions specific or common to these traits.
Up-regulating GmETO1 improves phosphorus uptake and use efficiency by promoting root growth in soybean.
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This study provides comprehensive insight into the complex regulatory mechanism of Pi deficiency tolerance in soybean and a potential way to genetically improve soybean low-Pi tolerance.
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