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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: SELECTION OF METHIONINE-ENRICHED SOYBEAN SEEDS)

Author
item Imsande, John
item Scott, Marvin

Submitted to: Book Chapter
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: 4/11/2002
Publication Date: 2/2/2003
Citation: IMSANDE, J., SCOTT, M.P. SELECTION OF METHIONINE-ENRICHED SOYBEAN SEEDS. DAVIDIAN, J.-C., ET AL, EDITORS. BACKHUYS PUBLISHERS, LEIDEN, THE NETHERLANDS. SULFUR TRANSPORT AND ASSIMILATION IN PLANTS. 2003. p. 239-241.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: The nutritional quality of soybeans is limited by low levels of methionine. Methionine overproducing soybeans were developed by mutagenizing soybean seeds and selecting either for resistance to ethionine or for dark green foliage characteristic of methionine over-producing plants. Seeds from the methionine over-producing lines had a significantly higher level of methionine than those of the control plants each of two years.

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