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Soybeans collection

Code: 91499
This collection includes 24 chapters that cover both the individual crop and key steps in the value chain for crop cultivation, from breeding to harvest.

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A selection of chapters in this collection:
Advances in conventional soybean breeding techniques: E.E. Large, E. Beche, D. Mutoni and A. Scaboo, University of Missouri, USA
Advances in flood-tolerant varieties of soybean: C. Wu, L. Mozzoni and W. Hummer, University of Arkansas, USA; P. Chen, G. Shannon, H. Ye and H. T. Nguyen, University of Missouri, USA; G. Kaur and J. Orlowski, Mississippi State University, USA; T. Carter, USDA-ARS, USA; and B. Buckley, Louisiana State University, USA
Advances in marker-assisted breeding of soybeans: T. Vuong, University of Missouri, USA; and D. Walker, USDA-ARS and University of Illinois, USA
Advances in the drought and heat resistance of soybean: Heng Ye, Babu Valliyodan, Li Song, J. Grover Shannon, Pengyin Chen and Henry T. Nguyen, University of Missouri, USA
Advances in the genetic modification of soybeans: Wensheng Hou, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Defining and implementing best management practices in soybean production: D. Reynolds, Mississippi State University, USA
Maintaining and utilizing the genetic diversity of soybeans: Randall Nelson, USDA-ARS and University of Illinois, USA
Mapping the soybean genome: Xiaobo Wang, Anhui Agricultural University, China; Lijuan Qiu, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Modelling the effects of temperature and photoperiod on soybean reproductive development: H. Yang, University of Nebraska, USA
Supporting smallholders in soybean cultivation: the example of Zimbabwe: Byron Zamasiya and Kefasi Nyikahadzoi, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
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