Soybean seed proteome rebalancing

@inproceedings{Herman2014SoybeanSP,
  title={Soybean seed proteome rebalancing},
  author={Eliot M. Herman},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2014}
}
The soybean seed's protein content and composition are regulated by both genetics and physiology. Overt seed protein content is specified by the genotype's genetic framework and is selectable as a breeding trait. Within the genotype-specified protein content phenotype soybeans have the capacity to rebalance protein composition to create differing proteomes. Soybeans possess a relatively standardized proteome, but mutation or targeted engineering can induce large-scale proteome rebalancing… CONTINUE READING
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