The wild side of a major crop: soybean's perennial cousins from Down Under.

@article{ShermanBroyles2014TheWS,
  title={The wild side of a major crop: soybean's perennial cousins from Down Under.},
  author={S. Sherman-Broyles and A. Bombarely and A. Powell and J. Doyle and A. Egan and J. Coate},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2014},
  volume={101 10},
  pages={
          1651-65
        }
}
The accumulation of over 30 years of basic research on the biology, genetic variation, and evolution of the wild perennial relatives of soybean (Glycine max) provides a foundation to improve cultivated soybean. The cultivated soybean and its wild progenitor, G. soja, have a center of origin in eastern Asia and are the only two species in the annual subgenus Soja. Systematic and evolutionary studies of the ca. 30 perennial species of subgenus Glycine, native to Australia, have benefited from the… Expand
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