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Malate dehydrogenase 1 banding patterns of the soybean yellow foliage mutants


, : Malate dehydrogenase 1 banding patterns of the soybean yellow foliage mutants. Soybean Genetics Newsletter 23: 140-143

Seeds of 47 nuclear inherited and seven cytoplasmically inherited yellow foliage mutants were germinated and cotyledon leaf tissue used for electrophoresis. All these mutants contained Mdh1 except T234 which was malate dehydrogenase null. The T234 null mutant was missing the two lowest mobility MDH isozyme bands.

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