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Hybridization among the Australian wild relatives of the soybean



Hybridization among the Australian wild relatives of the soybean



Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 45(4): 256-257



A total of 48 F1 plants were obtained from crosses involving six perennial Glycine species; 30 F1s were from interspecific crosses, 18 from intraspecific crosses. Percentage pod set ranged from 25 to 56% in crosses between species and from 5 to 17% in crosses within species. There was no relationship between percentage pod set of the parents and their F1 fertility as assessed by seed set and pollen stainability.

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