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Last Update:
 June 16, 2016
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Glycine max / soja

 About Glycine max / soja
  Soybean is one of the major crops for protein and oil productions in the world. The seed contains an average of 35% protein and 20% oil, and several functional ingredients such as isoflavons. The soybean originated in East Asia, where there is a rich genetic diversity in both cultivated and wild forms.
The National BioResource Project (NBRP) Legume Base is aiming to support research activities through distribution of Glycine max research resources.

In this database < Glycine max Database >, the user can select an appropriate strain by searching the data.
Following strains are currently available in the database.

  • Cultivar   265 strains
       • Wild accessions ( Japanese Wild Accession ) 715 strains
  • RI lines ( Recombinant inbred lines of crosses between Misuzudaizu and Mashidou Gong 503 ) 164 strains
  • RI(MxS) lines ( Recombinant inbred lines of crosses between TK780 and B01167 ) 96 strains
  • Mutants   21 strains
  • Edamame   39 strains
  • Soybean Full-Length cDNA   37,890 clones

 What's New ... more
         July, 2012
  •  The "Research Set" was added to Wild accessions.
         March, 2012
  •  Wild accessions was updated.
         January, 2011
  •  The genotype information on RI lines was updated.
         December, 2008
  •  Soybean Full-Length cDNA were added.
         January, 2008
  •  Cultivar pages were added.
         December, 2006
  •  RILs(MxS) pages were added.
         December, 2006
  •  Edamame pages were added.
         June, 2006
  •  Fatty acid pages were added.
         March, 2006
  •  RILs pages were added.
         June, 2005
  •  Links to LegumeBase for strains request were added to Strain List.
         April, 2005
  •  The design of the website was updated.
         December, 2004
  •  The maps in Locality are now linked to further information on each strain.
         June, 2004
  •  Locality is available!
  •  Update Information is available!

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