New sources of soybean seed meal and oil composition traits identified through TILLING

@article{Dierking2009NewSO,
  title={New sources of soybean seed meal and oil composition traits identified through TILLING},
  author={Emily C Dierking and Kristin Bilyeu},
  journal={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={89 - 89}
}
  • Emily C Dierking, Kristin Bilyeu
  • Published in BMC Plant Biology 2009
  • Biology, Medicine
  • BackgroundSeveral techniques are available to study gene function, but many are less than ideal for soybean. Reverse genetics, a relatively new approach, can be utilized to identify novel mutations in candidate genes; this technique has not produced an allelic variant with a confirmed phenotype in soybean. Soybean raffinose synthase genes and microsomal omega-6 fatty acid desaturase genes were screened for novel alleles in mutagenized soybean populations.ResultsFour mutations in independent… CONTINUE READING

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