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Varietal differences in fatty acid composition and heritability in soya bean varieties from Japan and Korea



Varietal differences in fatty acid composition and heritability in soya bean varieties from Japan and Korea



Agricultural Bulletin of Saga University Saga Daigaku Nogaku Iho (47): 53-64



Of the 172 varieties tested, the early varieties had, on average, a high oleic but a low linoleic and linolenic acid content, whilst the late varieties had a low oleic but a high linoleic and linolenic acid content. Varieties grown in northern districts had a lower oleic but a higher linoleic and linolenic acid content than those grown in southern districts. Estimated heritabilities were 95% for oleic, 95% for linoleic and 71% for linolenic acid content.

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