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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
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.
The Acid Phosphatase-Encoding Gene GmACP1 Contributes to Soybean Tolerance to Low-Phosphorus Stress
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.
Genetic diversity and association mapping of seed vigor in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
It is demonstrated that association mapping can complement and enhance previous QTL information for marker-assisted selection and breeding by design and that elite parental combinations were designed for improving seed vigor in rice.
Detection and fine-mapping of SC7 resistance genes via linkage and association analysis in soybean.
The advantages of association and linkage analysis are combined to identify and fine-map the soybean genes associated with resistance to SMV strain SC7 and will be useful for map-based cloning and marker-assisted selection in soybean breeding programs.
Identification of a Candidate Gene for Panicle Length in Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Via Association and Linkage Analysis
Panicle length (PL) is an important trait for improving panicle architecture and grain yield in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Three populations were used to identify QTLs and candidate genes associated
Identification and functional characterization of the sulfate transporter gene GmSULTR1;2b in soybean
The findings reported here indicate that the increased biomass and seed yield observed in transgenic tobacco plants could have resulted from greater nutrient uptake and transport capability as well as enhanced development and accumulation of organic matter.
A cation diffusion facilitator, GmCDF1, negatively regulates salt tolerance in soybean
This report provides the first demonstration that GmCDF1 negatively regulates salt tolerance by maintaining K+-Na+ homeostasis in soybean and helps elucidate the molecular mechanisms of salt tolerance and accelerate the breeding of salt-tolerant soybean.
Fine mapping of a major flowering time QTL on soybean chromosome 6 combining linkage and association analysis
Results suggest that combining association and linkage mapping provides an efficient approach for fine mapping of soybean genes, and suggest that the target flowering time gene was located in ~300 kb between BARC-014947-01929 and Satt365.
Genome-wide analysis of calcium-dependent protein kinases and their expression patterns in response to herbivore and wounding stresses in soybean
Sub-cellular localization revealed that Gm CPK3 and GmCPK31 were localized in plasma membranes, which is consistent with previously reported plant defense related CDPKs, and may suggest that GnCPK 3 and Gn CPK31 play important roles in the plant response to biotic stress.