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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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James E Harper
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Biological Science Collaborator

Phone: (000) 000-0000
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PEORIA , IL 61604

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
INHERITANCE AND ALLELISM ANALYSIS OF HYPERNODULATING GENES IN THE NOD3-7 AND NOD2-4 SOYBEAN MUTANTS -
GENETICS AND YIELD OF NONNODULATING AND HYPERNODULATING SOYBEAN -
NITROGEN FIXATION - LIMITATIONS AND POTENTIAL -
PLANT IMPROVEMENT FOR N2 FIXATION -
REGULATION OF SOYBEAN NODULATION INDEPENDENT OF ETHYLENE SIGNALING -
ANALYSIS OF LEGHEMOGLOBIN COMPONENTS AND XYLEM SAP COMPOSITION BY CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS IN HYPERNODULATING MUTANTS OF SOYBEAN CULTIVATED IN THE FIELD -
SOYBEAN NODULATION CONTROL - GENETICS AND PHYSIOLOGY -
USING SSR, RAPD, AND AFLP TECHNOL0GIES FOR DETECTION OF MOLECULAR MARKERS LINKED TO THE RJ7 MUTANT GENE IN SOYBEAN -
IDENTIFICATION OF AFLP MARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH A HYPERNODULATION MUTANT GENE IN SOYBEAN -
APPARENT SOURCE OF THE RJ5 ALLELE IN SOYBEAN CULTIVARS -
SHOOT VS ROOT SIGNAL INVOLVEMENT IN NODULATION AND VEGETATIVE GROWTH IN WILD-TYPE AND HYPERNODULATING SOYBEAN GENOTYPES -
HYPERNODULATION OF SOYBEAN, MUNG BEAN, AND HYACINTH BEAN IS CONTROLLED BY A COMMON SHOOT SIGNAL -
RESPONSE OF A HYPERNODULATING SOYBEAN MUTANT TO INCREASED PHOTOSYNTHATE SUPPLY -
THE FEEDBACK MECHANISM OF NITRATE INHIBITION OF NITROGENASE ACTIVITY IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM JAPONICUM/SOYBEAN SYMBIOSIS INVOLVES PHLOEM-TRANSLOCATED ASPARAGINE -
CHANGES IN CONCENTRATION OF LEGHEMOGLOBIN COMPONENTS IN HYPERNODULATING MUTANTS OF SOYBEAN -
REGULATION OF NITROGENASE ACTIVITY IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM JAPONICUM/SOYBEAN SYMBIOSIS BY SHOOT C:N RATIO -
RECIPROCAL GRAFTING AND BACTERIAL STRAIN EFFECTS ON NODULATION OF SOYBEAN GENOTYPES -
GENETIC AND ALLELISM ANALYSES OF HYPERNODULATING SOYBEAN [GLYCINE MAX (L.) MERR.] MUTANTS FROM TWO GENETIC BACKGROUNDS -
NODULATION CONTROL IN SOYBEAN: PHYSIOLOGY -
NODULATION CONTROL IN SOYBEAN: GENETICS -
EVALUATION OF FEEDBACK AS THE MECHANISM OF NO3- INHIBITION OF N2ASE IN SOYBEAN -
NODULATION AND NITROGEN FIXATION RESPONSE TO PLANT C AND N MANIPULATION -
GENETIC ANALYSIS OF NONNODULATING SOYBEAN MUTANTS IN A HYPERNODULATED BACKGROUND -
TRANSLOCATABLE LEAF SIGNAL AUTOREGULATES SOYBEAN NODULATION -
Last Modified: 10/16/2017
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