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Electrophoretic analysis of seed storage protein of wild soybean (G. soja) in China






Soybean Genetics Newsletter 17: 27-31

Electrophoretic analysis of seed storage protein of wild soybean (G. soja) in China

With a view to improving the protein content of soyabeans, storage proteins were extracted from the seeds of 238 Glycine soja genotypes from 24 provinces, as well as from 10 semiwild genotypes and 10 cultivated genotypes, and subjected to SDS-PAGE. The following variant genotypes, all of which came from regions of about 35 degrees N, were observed in the wild genotypes: 3 fast-a' subunit variants and, for the first time, a double-a' subunit variant.


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