Glycine max


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Glycine max

A species of legume native to East Asia widely grown for its edible bean, which has numerous uses, more commonly known as the soya (UK) or soy (US) bean. Soya beans are one of the most efficient food crops, and produce significantly more protein per acre than most other uses of land.

Glycine max,

n See soy.

Glycine max

see soybean.
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Alignments of Glycine max SACPD deduced amino acid sequences (Fig.
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TnphoA-induced symbiotic mutants of Bradyrhizobium japonicum that impair cell and tissue differentiation in Glycine max nodules.
Relationship between mitotic events and leaf spotting in Glycine max.
The varieties of soybean include salt susceptible genotype of Glycine max (SSGoGM) and salt tolerant genotype of Glycine soja (STGoGS).
In the previous study, the digital gene expression profiling (DGEP) was performed to uncover the salt response genes between salt sensitive genotype of Glycine max (SSGoGM) and salt tolerant genotype of Glycine soja (STGoGS) (Ali et al.
1: Expression analysis of GmWRKYs in roots in salt tolerant genotype of Glycine soja (STGoGS) and a salt sensitive genotype of Glycine max (SSGoGM) at 12h of 200 mM NaCl stress.
4: Expression analysis of GmWRKY111 inroots in salt tolerant genotype of Glycine soja (STGoGS) and a salt sensitive genotype of Glycine max (SSGoGM) at various time points using real-time PCR data.
5: Over expression analysis of GmWRKY111 TF enhances NaCl tolerance of salt sensitive genotype of Glycine max (SSGoGM).
ostreatus, P ostreatus and Root-knot Nematode on Growth, Yield and Nodulation of Glycine Max.