Inheritance of reduced linolenic acid content in soybean genotypes A16 and A17

@inproceedings{Fehr1992InheritanceOR,
  title={Inheritance of reduced linolenic acid content in soybean genotypes A16 and A17},
  author={Walter R. Fehr and Grace A. Welke and Earl G. Hammond and Daniel N. Duvick and Sylvia Rodr{\'i}guez de Cianzio},
  year={1992}
}
Reduction of linolenic acid content in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] oil is associated with improved odor and flavor characteristics. Germplasm with the lowest content of this fatty acid known in soybean (<25 g kg -1 ) was identified in 1986 at Iowa State University from the cross of two mutant lines, A5 × A23. The objective of our study was to determine the genetic control of the reduced linolenic acid content in two lines from that cross, A16 and A17 (.) 

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