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Soybean

Genetics and Novel Techniques for Yield Enhancement

This book presents the importance of applying of novel genetics and breading technologies. The efficient genotype selections and gene transformations provide for generation of new and improved soybean cultivars, resistant to disease and environmental stresses. The book introduces also a few recent modern techniques and technologies for detection of plant stress and characterization of biomaterials as well as for processing of soybean food and oil products.

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SoybeanGenetics and Novel Techniques for Yield EnhancementEdited by Dora Krezhova

Published: November 7th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/727

ISBN: 978-953-307-721-5

Copyright year: 2011

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34994 Total Chapter Downloads

4 Crossref Citations

18 Web of Science Citations

18 Dimensions Citations

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1. Genetic Diversity and Allele Mining in Soybean Germplasm

By Reda Helmy Sammour

3141

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2. Importance of Seed [Fe] for Improved Agronomic Performance and Efficient Genotype Selection

By John V. Wiersma

1227

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3. Positional Cloning of the Responsible Genes for Maturity Loci E1, E2 and E3 in Soybean

By Kyuya Harada, Satoshi Watanabe, Xia Zhengjun, Yasutaka Tsubokura, Naoki Yamanaka and Toyoaki Anai

1592

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4. Changes in the Expression of Genes in Soybean Roots Infected by Nematodes

By Benjamin F. Matthews, Heba M.M. Ibrahim and Vincent P. Klink

2043

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5. Phenotypic and Genotypic Variability in Cercospora kikuchii Isolates from Santa Fe Province, Argentina

By María G. Latorre Rapela, Mauro A. Colombini, Ana M. González, Stella M. Vaira, Roxana Maumary, Mónica C. Mattio, Elena Carrera and María C. Lura

1884

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6. Soybean Fatty Acid Desaturation Pathway: Responses to Temperature Changes and Pathogen Infection

By Robert G. Upchurch

2380

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7. Genetically Modified Soybean in Animal Nutrition

By Tudisco Raffaella, Calabrò Serena, Cutrignelli Monica Isabella, Piccolo Vincenzo and Infascelli Federico

3003

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8. Molecular Markers: Assisted Selection in Soybeans

By Eduardo Antonio Gavioli

2895

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9. Identification and Application of Phenotypic and Molecular Markers for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Soybean

By Berhanu Amsalu Fenta, Urte Schluter, Belen Marquez Garcia, Magdeleen DuPlessis, Christine H. Foyer and Karl J. Kunert

2126

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10. Identification and Confirmation of SSR Marker Tightly Linked to the Ti Locus in Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.]

By Jongil Chung

2326

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11. Spectral Remote Sensing of the Responses of Soybean Plants to Environmental Stresses

By Dora Krezhova

1881

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12. Polarization Sensitive Optical Imaging and Characterization of Soybean Using Stokes-Mueller Matrix Model

By Shamaraz Firdous

2436

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13. Distant-Graft Mutagenesis Technology in Soybean

By Pan Xiang-Wen, Cao Chang-Yi, Zhang Qiu-Ying, Li Yan-Hua, Wu Xiu-Hong, Wang Guo-Dong and Du Wei-Guang

1878

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14. Transformation of Soybean Oil to Various Self-Assembled Supramolecular Structures

By Arumugam Gnanamani, Varadharajan Kavitha, Ganesan Sekaran and Asit Baran Mandal

1612

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15. Soybean: Plant Manipulation to Agrobacterium Mediated Transformation

By Muhammad Zia

2379

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16. Salt-Tolerant Acid Proteases: Purification, Identification, Enzyme Characteristics, and Applications for Soybean Paste and Sauce Industry

By Xiao Ting Fu and Sang Moo Kim

2191

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