Research Notes: Performance of lines from four generations of a backcrossing program involving Glycine max and G. soja

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1981-04-01
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Jungyi, Gai
Fehr, W.
Palmer, R.
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We are interested in the possibility of using Glycine soja as a source of genes for improving cultivars of Glycine max. However, some characteristics in G. soja , such as low yield, vining, l odging, shattering, non-defoliation at maturity, poor seed quality, and non-yellow seed coat color are not acceptable in a cultivar. The purpose of our study is to explore the performance of these characters in lines derived from a backcrossing program in which G. soja is the donor parent .

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