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Last Update:
 June 16, 2016
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RI lines
 About RI lines
  Recombinant inbred lines were developed by the single seed descent method from an F2 population of a cross between Misuzudaizu and Moshidou Gong 503 in Chiba University. Misuzudaizu (Norin 51) was released at 1968 from Nagano Prefectural Agricultural Experimental Station. It possesses a determinate habit, tawny pubescence, white flower, and large and yellow seed. Moshidou Gong 503 was developed as a forage crop in Jillin Agricultural Experimental Station, China, and possesses a semideterminate habit, tawny pubescence, purple flower, small and brownish compressed seed.

A total of 350 markers have been mapped in the RIL population, and QTL analyses for agronomical traits have been carried out.


1) T. Tajuddin et al.(2003) Analysis of quantitative trait loci for protein and lipid contents in soybean seeds using recombinant inbred lines. Breeding Science 53:133

2) S Watanabe et al.(2004) Analysis of QTLs for reproductive development and seed quality traits in soybean using recombinant inbred lines. Breeding Science 54:399



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  • Strain All list 164 strains
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  • Phenotype Summary 14 phenotypes
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