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Transformation by Agrobacterium rhizogenes and regeneration of transgenic shoots of the wild soybean Glycine argyrea
      
Genetic regulation of linolenic acid concentration in wild soybean Glycine soja accessions
      
Although little is known about inheritance of linolenic acid in wild soybean, it would appear that additional or alternative forms of genes may govern its synthesis.
      
To test this hypothesis, cultivated soybean germplasm was hybridized with wild soybean genotypes having significant differences in linolenic acid concentration.
      
Relationship between seed mass and linolenic acid in progeny of crosses between cultivated and wild soybean
      
We have hybridized cultivated soybean with wild soybean plant introductions.
      
Thus, wild soybean germplasm was evaluated as a potential source of genes that govern protein synthesis that may have been lost during the domestication of G.
      
Our results indicate that haplotype III is predominant in wild soybean of Japan.
      
Some of the plants having haplotype I were phenotypically intermediate between wild and cultivated soybeans, while the others possessed a seed morphology and plant architecture typical of ordinary wild soybean.
      
Cyclic electron flow around photosystem 1 is required for adaptation to salt stress in wild soybean species Glycine cyrtoloba AC
      
A wild soybean species Glycine cyrtoloba ACC547 was found to possess a high salinity resistance trait.
      
The samples included 366 accessions of Glycine soja, the 'wild' soybean, and 193 accessions of G.
      
Three greenhouse experiments were conducted to compare the performance of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.), wild soybean (G.
      
et Zucc.), and soybean x wild soybean hybrids for traits relating to N2 fixation including nodulation, acetylene reduction, nodule leghemoglobin concentration, and nitrogen (N) accumulation and dry matter (DM) accumulation.
      
Genetic variation in South Korean natural populations of wild soybean (Glycine soja)
      
Seeds representing six natural populations were used to study the level of variation in the South Korean wild soybean.
      
The high variation in the South Korean wild soybean as well as cultivated soybean indicated in this and other population genetic studies prompts us to propose that South Korea is one of the major soybean gene centers.
      
The wild soybean (Glycine soja Sieb et Zucc.) QT2 lacks all the subunits of β-conglycinin, and this deficiency is controlled by a single dominant gene Scg-1 (suppressor of β-conglycinin).
      
In the present study, total 80 crosses between 70 cultivated and annual wild soybean accessions and three maintainers (N2899, N21249, and N23998) of NJCMS1A were made for detecting potential new sources with male-sterile cytoplasm.
      
According to the male fertility performance of backcrosses and reciprocal crosses with the tester N21249, the landrace N21566 and annual wild soybean accession N23168 were further confirmed to have male-sterile cytoplasm.
      
 

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