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Development of a chromosome segment substitution line population with wild soybean (Glycine soja Sieb. et Zucc.) as donor parent
Chromosome segment substitution line (CSSL) population is potential in precisely detecting and pyramiding genes/QTL/segments due to the genetic background noise removed. To exploit and utilize theExpand
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Fine mapping of the genetic locus L1 conferring black pods using a chromosome segment substitution line population of soybean
The colour of plant organs is a useful trait in crop breeding. The pod colours of soybeans primarily include black, brown and tan types, which are controlled by two classical genetic loci, L1 and L2.Expand
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Nanoparticles self-assembled from multiple interactions: a novel near-infrared fluorescent sensor for the detection of serum albumin in human sera and turn-on live-cell imaging.
A novel pyrene-conjugated squaraine fluorescent probe SQ-P, which could self-assemble into nanoparticles in aqueous solution through multiple interactions, was designed to selectively detect serumExpand
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QTL mapping for the number of branches and pods using wild chromosome segment substitution lines in soybean [ Glycine max (L.) Merr.]
Annual wild soybean characterized with more number of branches and pods may contain favourable exotic genes/alleles for improving the yield potential of cultivated soybeans. To evaluate the wildExpand
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Chromosome segment detection for seed size and shape traits using an improved population of wild soybean chromosome segment substitution lines
Size and shape of soybean seeds are closely related to seed yield and market value. Annual wild soybeans have the potential to improve cultivated soybeans, but their inferior seed characteristicsExpand
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Identification of QTL/segments related to seed-quality traits in G. soja using chromosome segment substitution lines
Annual wild soybean characterized by low 100-seed weight (100SW), high protein content (PRC) and low oil content (OIC) may have favourable exotic genes/alleles for broadening the genetic base of theExpand
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Molecular Beam Epitaxy Scalable Growth of Wafer-Scale Continuous Semiconducting Monolayer MoTe2 on Inert Amorphous Dielectrics.
Monolayer MoTe2 , with the narrowest direct bandgap of ≈1.1 eV among Mo- and W-based transition metal dichalcogenides, has attracted increasing attention as a promising candidate for applications inExpand
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Identifying a wild allele conferring small seed size, high protein content and low oil content using chromosome segment substitution lines in soybean
Key messageA wild soybean allele conferring 100-seed weight, protein content and oil content simultaneously was fine-mapped to a 329-kb region on Chromosome 15, in which Glyma.15g049200 was predictedExpand
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DETERMINATION OF TAXONOMIC STATUS OF CHINESE SPECIES OF THE GENUS CLEMATIS BY USING HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY (HPLC-MS) TECHNIQUE
A comparative taxonomic study using chemometric and numerical taxonomic approaches on 15 populations of 12 species of major taxa of the genus Clematis, belonging to sections, Rectae, Clematis,Expand
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Soybean Methylation Analysis during Strontium Stress using Methylation-Sensitive Amplified Polymorphism
CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 117, NO. 3, 10 AUGUST 2019 486 *For correspondence. (e-mail: heqingyuan1@163.com) • Central and peninsular India exhibited increasing frequency of heavy rainfall events duringExpand