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  • Soybean Genetics Newsletter
    M H Khan E mail kmudasirhafiz yahoo com Abstract The present investigation was carried out to study stability performance over eight environments for seed yield and its components in 40 genetically diverse genotypes 37 indigenous 3 exotic of soybean using a randomized complete block design The partitioning of environment genotype x environment mean squares showed that environments linear differed significantly and were quite diverse with regards to their effects on the performance of genotypes for seed yield and majority of yield components Stable genotypes were identified for wider environments and specific environments with high per se performance over general mean for seed yield per plant The investigation revealed that the genotype MACS 47 was desirable and stable across the environments Other genotypes PK 308 Bisra Soya Indra Soya 9 Alankar and IS 22 were found to be suitable for favorable situations while genotypes Pusa 16 Pusa 40 MACS 2 MACS 450 and JS 325 were responsible to poor environments for seed yield Key words G X E interaction stability analysis seed yield soybean download top Gene Effects for Major Quantitative Traits In Soybean Glycine Max L Merrill Rajneesh Kumar Singh Pushpendra Kamendra Singh and P M Bhardwaj Department of Genetic and Plant Breeding College of Agriculture G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology Pantnagar 263145 U S Nagar Uttarakhand India Abstract Breeding methods are dictated by the gene action interaction and linkage relationship of genes conditioning continuous phenotypic variation of various metric traits Thus both additive and non additive components of genetic variance along their allied parameters are of immense use for plant breeders under different situations An estimate of additive variance and non additive variance provides a measure of how likely particular traits can be selected for or against and that of whether hybridization or a population improvement

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/sgn/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Legume Research Programs
    UCLA MU Soybean Genome Database Insertion mutant database Univ Missouri Soybean Root Hair Gene Expression Database SoyGEDB Univ Missouri PLEXdb Plant Microarray Database USDA ARS Iowa St Univ NSF LegumeTFDB Riken Plant Science Ctr Japan Soybean Transcription Factor Database Riken Plant Science Ctr Japan Soybean Pathogen Resources Oomycete Molecular Genetics Research Collaboration Network OMGRC Network Plant associated Microbe Gene Ontology PAMGO Initiative Soybean and Plant Transformation Facilities Soybean Tissue Culture and Genetic Engineering Center Univ Georgia Iowa State University Plant Transformation Facility Plant Transformation Core Facility Univ Missouri Plant Transformation Core Research Facility Univ Nebraska Lincoln Ralph M Parsons Plant Transformation Facility UC Davis Oklahoma Plant Transformation Facility Oklahoma State Univ Plant Tissue Culture and Transformation Facility Cornell Univ Plant Transformation and Research Center UC Riverside UMBI Plant Transformation Facility Univ Maryland Soybean and Plant Breeding Programs Soybean Breeding at Virgina Tech Dept Crop Genetics Virgina Tech Plant Breeding at Iowa State University Dept of Agronomy ISU NC State Plant Breeding Interdisciplinary North Carolina State Univ Global Plant Breeding Coordinating Committee NC State Univ Plant Breeding at UIUC Dept of Crop Science Univ Illinois Urbana Champaign Plant Breeding and Genetics at MSU College of Agriculture Michigan State Univ Plant Breeding at UGA Institue for Plant Breeding Genetics and Genomics Univ of Georgia Plant breeding and genetics at UM Madison Interdisciplinary Univ of Wisconsin Madison Nebraska Molecular Plant Breeding Dept Agronomy and Horticulture Univ of Nebraska Lincoln Plant Breeding at NDSU Dept of Plant Sciences North Dakota State Univ Other Legume and Plant Research Links Fabaceae Legume Family Systematics Legume Information System LIS Cool Season Food Legume Genome Database Genera in Fabaceae ILDIS International Legume Database and Information Service Legume Base Legume Sequence and Mutant Data Miyazaki Univ Japan Knowpulse pulse crop breeding and genetics U Sask Canada LegumeDB Legume sequence

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/legume_research_programs.php (2016-04-30)
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  • SoyBase Ontology Redirect
    Growth and Development Iowa State University Extension publication PM 1945 by Palle Pedersen More This ontology was developed to unite three different ontologies for soybean development the BBCH scale the more generic Plant Ontology Consortium s Whole Plant Growth Ontology and the Soybean Growth and Development growth stages as published in Soybean Growth and Development Iowa State University Extension publication PM 1945 by Palle Pedersen It describes soybean growth and development from the stand point of determining the growth of a field of soybeans Some terms relate to a single plant but others are applicable to a field as a whole Where possible these terms are linked to their Plant Ontology Whole Plant Growth or Structure synonyms to facilitate cross species comparisons This ontology has also been linked where possible to synonymous stages in the BBCH scale to allow researchers to more easily translate research data compiled using the BBCH scale to data compiled using the familiar V and R stages For convienience a quick conversion table linking the V and R stages to their respective Plant Ontology Whole Plant Growth terms and the BBCH scale is available Close Browse and Search Soybean Whole Plant Growth Terms Soybean Structure Ontology This ontology was developed to enumerate the parts of a soybean plant in order to follow the temporal development of individual plants The ontology was modeled after the system described in Bucciarelli et al 2006 Plant Phys 142 207 219 More This ontology was developed to enumerate the parts of a soybean plant in order to follow the temporal development of individual plants The ontology was modeled after the system described in Bucciarelli et al 2006 Plant Phys 142 207 219 In this ontology plant development is described in terms of metamers Metamers consist of a plant internode and node

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/ontology.php (2016-04-30)
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  • Soybean Data Sources
    Williams 82 Physical Map FPC assembly of BACs SoyMap Project Data part of the Soybean Physical Map Project Forrest Physical Map SIU Genomic Sequence and Gene predictions Wm82 a1 v1 1 soybean genome assembly SoyBase portal Wm82 a2 v1 soybean genome assembly Phytozome 10 JGI portal BARC Soybean Potential SSRs BARC Soybean Potential SSR Data Described in Song et al 2010 ESTs The Public Soybean EST Project Information on pHaps

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/data.php (2016-04-30)
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  • About SoyBase Database
    the SoyBase sequence browser SoyBase genetic maps were used in the assembly of both the Williams 82 2010 assembly Wm82 a1 v1 and the newest genome assembly Wm82 a2 v1 SoyBase also incorporates information about mutant and other soybean genetic stocks and serves as a contact point for ordering strains from those populations As association analyses continue due to various re sequencing efforts SoyBase will also incorporate those data into the soybean genome browser as they become available Gene expression patterns are also available at SoyBase through the SoyBase expression pages and the Soybean Gene Atlas Other expression transcriptome methylomic data sets also have been and continue to be incorporated into the SoyBase genome browser Soybean Glycine max L Merr is a major food crop The bean is a native of Asia and has been cultivated for centuries in China and Japan In the US more than 83 million acres were planted in soybean Total production is more that 3 billion bushels with more than 1 7 billion 56 of 2013 total US production bushels exported to the world at an estimated value of 28 billion dollars The crop is grown in the Midwest along the Mississippi River and along the Atlantic Seaboard from Florida to New York and as far north as Ontario Canada The bean is known by various names throughout the world such as soy soya and soy bean Soybean can be allowed to mature and the pods and seed dried to 13 moisture for harvesting and processing for oil and meal Soybean oil has many culinary uses and the de fatted meal is also incorporated in many food and industrial processes Soybean meal is also processed into many animal feeds including fish pork beef and chicken feeds The bean is typically 30 protein and 15 oil

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/sb_about.php (2016-04-30)
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  • Soybase Citation Guide
    use references to SoyBase in the literature as one way to demonstrate the utility of SoyBase to the research community Unfortunately placing only a link within the paper e g http www soybase org is not enough as we cannot easily track these sorts of references Instead please also include SoyBase at least once in your paper as well as the URL e g SoyBase http soybase org When needed

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/citation_guide.php (2016-04-30)
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  • SoyBase Data Submission Page
    for Soybean Researchers SoyBase Home Help Tutorials Genetic Map Sequence Map Expression Mutants Projects Tools Community Site Map If you have data you would like to contribute to SoyBase or the Breeder s Toolbox please fill out the form below

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/include/data_submission.php (2016-04-30)
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  • SoyBase Contact Us Page
    Help Tutorials Genetic Map Sequence Map Expression Mutants Projects Tools Community Site Map Sign Up Here To Receive SoyBase Update Emails Use this form to contact the SoyBase Curators when you have data you would like included in SoyBase have found an error on our site have a suggestion about improving SoyBase We ll get back to you as soon as possible From Type your name here Email Type your

    Original URL path: http://soybase.org/include/antispam.php?menu=1 (2016-04-30)
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