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Broadening the Genetic Base of Soybean: A Multidisciplinary Approach
  • G. Chung, R. J. Singh
  • Biology
  • 25 September 2008
Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] is an economically important legume with 2n = 40 chromosomes, whose seeds contain an average of 40% protein and 20% oil, and its plants enrich the soil by fixingExpand
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In-Depth Genomic and Transcriptomic Analysis of Five K+ Transporter Gene Families in Soybean Confirm Their Differential Expression for Nodulation
Plants have evolved a sophisticated network of K+ transport systems to regulate growth and development. Limited K+ resources are now forcing us to investigate how plant demand can be satisfied. ToExpand
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Soybean ( Glycine max (L.) Merr.)
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Comparative genomic and transcriptomic analyses of Family-1 UDP glycosyltransferase in three Brassica species and Arabidopsis indicates stress-responsive regulation
In plants, UGTs (UDP-glycosyltransferases) glycosylate various phytohormones and metabolites in response to biotic and abiotic stresses. Little is known about stress-responsive glycosyltransferasesExpand
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Impact on environment, ecosystem, diversity and health from culturing and using GMOs as feed and food.
Modern agriculture provides the potential for sustainable feeding of the world's increasing population. Up to the present moment, genetically modified (GM) products have enabled increased yields andExpand
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Humic Substances: Determining Potential Molecular Regulatory Processes in Plants
Humic substances (HSs) have considerable effects on soil fertility and crop productivity owing to their unique physiochemical and biochemical properties, and play a vital role in establishing bioticExpand
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An Improved Method to Resolve Plant Saponins and Sugars by TLC
Thin-layer chromatography (TLC) plays an important role in the initial selection of mutants having a unique seed saponin composition from the germplasm collections of the subgenus Soja. In theExpand
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Genome-wide identification and expression analyses of WRKY transcription factor family members from chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) reveal their role in abiotic stress-responses
BackgroundWRKY proteins play a vital role in the regulation of several imperative plant metabolic processes and pathways, especially under biotic and abiotic stresses. Although WRKY genes have beenExpand
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Addressing concerns over the fate of DNA derived from genetically modified food in the human body: A review.
Global commercialization of GM food and feed has stimulated much debate over the fate of GM food-derived DNA in the body of the consumer and as to whether it poses any health risks. We reviewed theExpand
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Redox and Ionic Homeostasis Regulations against Oxidative, Salinity and Drought Stress in Wheat (A Systems Biology Approach)
Systems biology and omics has provided a comprehensive understanding about the dynamics of the genome, metabolome, transcriptome, and proteome under stress. In wheat, abiotic stresses triggerExpand
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