Soybean Genome Organization: Evolution of a Legume Genome

@inproceedings{Shoemaker1996SoybeanGO,
  title={Soybean Genome Organization: Evolution of a Legume Genome},
  author={Randy C. Shoemaker and Terry Olson and Vladimir Kanazin},
  year={1996}
}
The Leguminosae contains approximately 650 genera and over 18,000 species, making it the third largest family of flowering plants (Polhill and Raven, 1981). Of the three subfamilies, the Papilionoideae is the largest and includes the most diverse and economically important legumes. The soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) is the most agronomically important member of this group. 

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