|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio 1-1||C2||111.68000||112.19|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio 1-2||D1a||45.75000||51.07|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio 1-3||H||83.19000||105.73|
|Bi-Parental QTL Related by Ontology|
|Days to germination|
|Days to germination 1-1|
|Days to germination 1-2|
|Days to germination 1-3|
|First flower 1-1|
|First flower 1-2|
|First flower 1-3|
|First flower 2-1|
|First flower 2-2|
|First flower 2-3|
|First flower 3-1|
|First flower 3-2|
|First flower 3-3|
|First flower 3-4|
|First flower 4-1|
|First flower 4-2|
|First flower 4-3|
|First flower 4-4|
|First flower 5-1|
|First flower 5-2|
|First flower 5-3|
|First flower 6-1|
|First flower 6-2|
|First flower 6-3|
|First flower 7-1|
|First flower 7-2|
|First flower 7-3|
|First flower 8-1|
|First flower 8-2|
|First flower 8-3|
|First flower 8-4|
|First flower 9-1|
|First flower 9-2|
|First flower 9-3|
|First flower 10-1|
|First flower 10-2|
|First flower 11-1|
|First flower 11-2|
|First flower 11-3|
|First flower 11-4|
|First flower 12-1|
|First flower 12-2|
|First flower 12-3|
|First flower 12-4|
|First flower 12-5|
|First flower 12-6|
|First flower 12-7|
|First flower 12-8|
|First flower 13-1|
|First flower 13-2|
|First flower 13-3|
|First flower 13-4|
|First flower 13-5|
|First flower 13-6|
|First flower 13-7|
|First flower 13-8|
|First flower 13-9|
|First flower 13-10|
|First flower 15-1|
|First flower 15-2|
|First flower 16-1|
|First flower 16-2|
|First flower 16-3|
|First flower 16-4|
|First flower 18-1|
|First flower 18-2|
|First flower 19-1|
|First flower 19-2|
|First flower 20-1|
|First flower 20-2|
|First flower 20-3|
|First flower 21-1|
|First flower 21-2|
|First flower 21-3|
|First flower 21-4|
|First flower 21-5|
|First flower 22-1|
|First flower 22-2|
|First flower 22-3|
|First flower 22-4|
|First flower 23-1|
|First flower 24-1|
|First flower 24-2|
|First flower 24-3|
|First flower 24-4|
|First flower 25-1|
|First flower 25-2|
|First flower 25-3|
|First flower 25-4|
|First flower 26-1|
|First flower 26-2|
|First flower 26-3|
|First flower 26-4|
|First flower 26-5|
|First flower 26-6|
|First flower 26-7|
|First flower 26-8|
|First flower 26-9|
|First flower 26-10|
|First flower 26-11|
|First flower 26-12|
|First flower 26-13|
|First flower 26-14|
|First flower 26-15|
|First flower 26-16|
|First flower 26-17|
|First flower 26-18|
|First flower 27-1|
|Flood tolerance 1-1|
|Flood tolerance 2-1|
|Flood tolerance 3-1|
|Flood tolerance 3-2|
|Flood tolerance 4-1|
|Flood tolerance 4-2|
|Flood tolerance 4-3|
|Flood tolerance 4-4|
|Flood tolerance 4-5|
|Flood tolerance 4-6|
|Flood tolerance 4-7|
|Flood tolerance 4-8|
|Flood tolerance 4-9|
|Flood tolerance 4-10|
|Flood tolerance 4-11|
|Flood tolerance 4-12|
|Flood tolerance 4-13|
|Flood tolerance 4-14|
|Flood tolerance 6-1|
|Flood tolerance 6-2|
|Flood tolerance 6-3|
|Flood tolerance 6-4|
|Flood tolerance 6-5|
|Flood tolerance 7-1|
|Flood tolerance 7-2|
|Flood tolerance 7-3|
|Flood tolerance 7-4|
|Flooding yield index|
|Flooding yield index 1-1|
|Flooding yield index 1-2|
|Flooding yield index 1-3|
|Flooding yield index 1-4|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 1-1|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 2-1|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 2-2|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 3-1|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 3-2|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 4-1|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 5-1|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 5-2|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 5-3|
|Photoperiod insensitivity 5-4|
|Pods per node|
|Pods per node 1-1|
|Pods per node 1-2|
|Pods per node 1-3|
|Pods per node 1-4|
|Pods per node 1-5|
|Pods per node 1-6|
|Pods per node 1-7|
|Pods per node 2-1|
|Pods per node 2-2|
|Pods per node 2-3|
|Pods per node 2-4|
|Pods per node 2-5|
|Pods per node 2-6|
|Pods per node 3-1|
|Pods per node 3-2|
|Pods per node 3-3|
|Pods per node 3-4|
|R/V photo-thermal sensitivity|
|R/V photo-thermal sensitivity 1-1|
|Reproductive period 1-1|
|Reproductive period 1-2|
|Reproductive period 1-3|
|Reproductive period 1-4|
|Reproductive period 1-5|
|Reproductive period 1-6|
|Reproductive period 1-7|
|Reproductive period photo-thermal sensitivity|
|Reproductive period photo-thermal sensitivity 1-1|
|Reproductive stage length|
|Reproductive stage length 1-1|
|Reproductive stage length 1-2|
|Reproductive stage length 2-1|
|Reproductive stage length 2-2|
|Reproductive stage length 3-1|
|Reproductive stage length 3-2|
|Reproductive stage length 3-3|
|Reproductive stage length 3-4|
|Reproductive stage length 4-1|
|Reproductive stage length 4-2|
|Reproductive stage length 4-3|
|Reproductive stage length 4-4|
|Reproductive stage length 4-5|
|Reproductive stage length 4-6|
|Reproductive stage length 5-1|
|Reproductive stage length 5-2|
|Reproductive stage length 5-3|
|Reproductive stage length 5-4|
|Reproductive stage length 5-5|
|Reproductive stage length 5-6|
|Reproductive stage length 7-1|
|Reproductive stage length 7-2|
|Reproductive stage length 7-3|
|Reproductive stage length 7-4|
|Reproductive stage length 7-5|
|Reproductive stage length 8-1|
|Reproductive stage length 8-2|
|Reproductive stage length 9-1|
|Reproductive stage length 9-2|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio 1-1|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio 1-2|
|Reproductive to vegetative period ratio 1-3|
|Seed abortion 1-1|
|Seed abortion 1-2|
|Seed abortion 1-3|
|Seed abortion 1-4|
|Seed abortion 1-5|
|Seed abortion 1-6|
|Seed abortion 1-7|
|Seed abortion 1-8|
|Seed abortion 1-9|
|Seed fill 1-1|
|Seed fill 2-1|
|Seed fill 2-2|
|Seed fill 3-1|
|Seed fill 5-1|
|Seed number 1-1|
|Seed number 1-2|
|Seed number 2-1|
|Seed number 2-2|
|Seed number 3-1|
|Seed number 3-2|
|Seed number 3-3|
|Seed number 3-4|
|Seed number 4-1|
|Seed number 4-2|
|Seed number 5-1|
|Seed number 6-1|
|Seed number 6-2|
|Seed number 7-1|
|Seed number 7-2|
|Seed viability 1-1|
|Seed viability 1-2|
|Seed viability 1-3|
|Seed viability 1-4|
|Seed yield to weight ratio|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 1-1|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 2-1|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 2-2|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 2-3|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 3-1|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 3-2|
|Seed yield to weight ratio 3-3|
|Seedling, abnormal 1-1|
|Seedling, abnormal 1-2|
|Seedling, abnormal 1-3|
|Total growth duration|
|Total growth duration 1-1|
|Total growth duration 1-2|
|Total growth duration 1-3|
|Total growth duration 1-4|
|Total growth duration 1-5|
|Total growth duration 2-1|
|Total growth duration 2-2|
|Total growth duration 2-3|
|Total growth duration 2-4|
|Vegetative period 1-1|
|Vegetative period 1-2|
|Vegetative period 1-3|
|Vegetative period 1-4|
|GWAS QTL Related by Ontology|
|First flower 2|
|First flower 3|
|First flower 4|
|First flower 5|
|First flower 6|
|First flower 7|
|First flower 8|
|Reproductive period 2|
|Reproductive period 3|
|Reproductive period 4|
|Reproductive Stage Length|
|Reproductive stage length 1|
|Reproductive stage length 4|
|Stem Termination Type|
|Stem termination type 1|
|Stem termination type 2|
|Genes Related by Ontology|
|Asumadu et al. 1998|
"Variation in the durations of the photoperiod-sensitive and photoperiod-insensitive phases of post-first flowering development in maturity isolines of soyabean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill] 'Clark'."
|Batchelor et al. 2002A|
"SCB1, a BURP-domain protein gene, from developing soybean seed coats"
|Beach and Todd 1986|
"Comparison of soybean looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) populations in soybean and cotton soybean agroecosystems."
|Beach and Todd 1988|
"Foliage consumption and developmental parameters of the soybean looper and the velvetbean caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) reared on susceptible and resistant soybean genotypes."
|Bernard and Shepard 1979|
"Comparative development, reproduction, and leaf area consumption by Mexican bean beetles Epilachna varivestis on Phaseolus spp. kidney beans, lima beans and soybeans."
"Reduced lodging for soybean in low plant population is related to light quality."
|Bowen and Schapaugh 1989|
"Relationships among charcoal rot infection, yield, and stability estimates in soybean blends."
"Inheritance of long juvenile period under short day conditions for the BR80-6778 soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) line"
|Carpentieri-Pipolo et al. 2002|
"Inheritance of a long juvenile period under short-day conditions in soybean"
|Chamnanpunt et al. 2001|
"High frequency mitotic gene conversion in genetic hybrids of the oomycete Phytophthora sojae"
|Chen et al. 1979B|
"Infection of soybeans with conidia of Cercospora kikuchii."
|Cheng et al. 2011|
"Genetic analysis and QTL detection of reproductive period and post-flowering photoperiod responses in soybean"
|Chragh et al. 2015A|
"Le4 Is an Epicotyl Preferential Homologue of the Soybean Seed-Specific Le1 Lectin and the Vegetative Le3 Lectin Genes"
|Cober et al. 2000|
"Early tall determinate soybean genotype E1E1e3e3e4e4dt1dt1 sets high bottom pods"
|Daigle et al. 1988|
"Distribution of threecornered alfalfa hopper (Homoptera: Membracidae) eggs in vegetative stage soybean."
|do Valle and Lourencao 2002|
"Resistance of soybean genotypes to Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) biotype B (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)."
|Domicone et al. 1987|
"Growth and disease response of soybeans from early maturity groups to ozone and Fusarium oxysporum."
|Duffield and Chapple 2001|
"Within-plant distribution of Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) and Helicoverpa punctigera (Wallengren) (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) eggs on irrigated soybean"
|Eckel et al. 1992A|
"Soybean growth and development alternations caused by Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) feeding"
|Eckel et al. 1992B|
"Soybean growth and development alternations caused by Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) feeding."
|Edmonds et al. 2000|
"A comparison of the developmental and reproductive biology of two soybean pod borers, Etiella spp. in Indonesia"
|Egli and Bruening 2002|
"Synchronous Flowering and Fruit Set at Phloem-Isolated Nodes in Soybean"
|Ehrenshaft and Upchurch 1993|
"Host protein(s) induces accumulation of the toxin cercosporin and mRNA in a phytopathogenic strain of Cercospora kikuchii."
|Felland and Pitre 1991|
"Survivorship and development of noctuid larvae (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) on irrigated and dryland soybean"
|Fukumoto and Tochihara 1985|
"Effect of various additives on the preservation of southern bean mosaic virus."
|Funatsuki et al. 2005|
"Mapping of QTL associated with chilling tolerance during reproductive growth in soybean"
|Funderburk et al. 1987|
"Seasonal abundance of lesser cornstalk borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) adults in soybean, peanut, corn, sorghum, and wheat in northern Florida."
"Modeling insect resistance to insecticides using velvetbean caterpillar (Anticarsia gemmatalis) as an example"
|Gazzoni and Moscardi 1998|
"Effect of defoliation levels on recovery of leaf area, on yield and agronomic traits of soybeans"
|Githiri et al. 2006|
"QTL analysis of flooding tolerance in soybean at an early vegetative growth stage"
|Haerizadeh and Bhalla 2011a|
"Expression data of Soybean root apical meristem and leaf"
|Hammond and Cooper 1999|
"Antibiosis of released soybean germplasm to Mexican bean beetle (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)."
|Hartman and Sinclair 1996|
"Red leaf blotch (Dactuliochaeta glycines) of soybeans (Glycine max) and its relationship to yield"
|Hattori et al. 2001|
"Comparison of the characteristics and sex pheromone of Etiella behrii (Zeller), a newly identified pod borer of soybean in Indonesia, with E-zinckenella (Treit.)"
|Hiatt et al. 1995|
"Intra- and interpopulation genome variation in Meloidogyne arenaria."
|Higgins et al. 1984|
"Partial growth analysis of soybeans stressed by simulated green coverworm defoliation and velvetleaf competition."
|Hu et al. 2014A|
"GmFLD, a soybean homolog of the autonomous pathway gene FLOWERING LOCUS D, promotes flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana"
|Hu et al. 2014A|
"GmFLD, a soybean homolog of the autonomous pathway gene FLOWERING LOCUS D, promotes flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana"
|Ingram et al. 1981|
"Effects of defoliating pests on soybean canopy CO2 carbon dioxide exchange and reproductive growth Anticarsia gemmatalis."
"Soybean crinkle leaf and cowpea mild mottle viruses."
|Iwaki et al. 1983|
"Soybean crinkle leaf: a new whitefly-borne disease of soybean"
|Iwaki et al. 1986b|
"Soybean crinkle leaf disease occurring on soybean in Thailand"
|Jost and Pitre 2002B|
"Soybean looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) oviposition on cotton and soybean of different growth stages: influence of olfactory stimuli."
|Jung et al. 2012A|
"Comparative Genomic Analysis of Soybean Flowering Genes"
|Kaler et al. 2017b|
"Genome-Wide Association Mapping of Carbon Isotope and Oxygen Isotope Ratios in Diverse Soybean Genotypes"
|Karakaya et al. 2002|
"Molecular mapping of the fasciation mutation in soybean, Glycine max (Leguminosae)"
|Keim et al. 1990B|
"RFLP mapping in soybean: association between marker loci and variation in quantative traits."
|Kendig et al. 2000|
"Effect of irrigation and soil water stress on densities of Macrophomina phaseolina in soil and roots of two soybean cultivars."
|Kim et al. 2005|
"Analysis of quantitative trait loci associated with leaflet types in two recombinant inbred lines of soybean"
|Kim et al. 2012C|
"Divergence of flowering genes in soybean"
|Kirkpatrick and May 1989|
"Host suitability of soybean cultivars for Meloidogyne incognita and M. arenaria."
|Komatsu et al. 2012|
"Identification of QTL controlling post-flowering period in soybean"
|Le et al. 2012a|
"Differential gene expression in soybean leaf tissues at late developmental stages under drought stress revealed by genome-wide transcriptome analysis."
|Levy et al. 1990|
"Method of assessment of red leaf blotch on soybeans used to evaluate cultivar susceptibility and chemical control."
|Lewers et al. 1998|
"Effects of the Dt2 and S alleles on agronomic traits of F1 hybrid soybean."
|Li et al. 2008|
"Soybean QTL for Yield and Yield Components Associated with Glycine soja Alleles"
|Li et al. 2008|
"QTL Mapping for Major Agronomic Traits across Two Years in Soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.)"
|Liu et al, 2010b|
"The soybean stem growth habit gene Dt1 is an ortholog of Arabidopsis TERMINAL FLOWER1"
|Luquez and Guiamet 2001|
"Effects of the 'stay green' genotype GGd1d1d2d2 on leaf gas exchange, dry matter accumulation and seed yield in soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.)."
|Mansur et al. 1996|
"Genetic mapping of agronomic traits using recombinant inbred lines of soybean."
|Mascarenhas and Pitre 1997|
"Oviposition responses of soybean looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to varieties and growth stages of soybean"
"Effects of tobacco budworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) infestations on pod damage and yield loss in soybean [Heliothis virescens]."
"Effects of nutrient source on the physiological mechanisms of Heterodera glycines and soybean genotypes interactions"
|Melching et al. 1989|
"Effects of duration, frequency, and temperature of leaf wetness periods on soybean rust."
|Mian et al. 1998A|
"QTLs conditioning early growth in a soybean population segregating for growth habit."
|Mitchell et al. 1984|
"Seasonal History of the Threecornered Alfalfa Hopper (Homoptera: Membracidae) in Louisiana."
|Moscardi et al. 1981|
"Consumption and development of velvetbean caterpillar as influenced by soybean phenology Anticarsia gemmatalis, southeastern USA."
|Nault et al. 1992|
"Resistance in vegetative and reproductive stages of a soybean breeding line to three defoliating pests(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)"
|Nelson et al. 2002A|
"Cultivar and herbicide selection affects soybean development and the incidence of Sclerotinia stem rot"
|Njiti et al. 1996|
"Soybean response to sudden death syndrome: Inheritance influenced by cyst nematode resistance in Pyramid X Douglas progenies."
|Njiti et al. 1997|
"Rate-reducing resistance to Fusarium solani f. sp. phaseoli underlies field resistance to soybean sudden death syndrome."
|Njiti et al. 1998|
"Relationship between soybean sudden death syndrome disease measures and yield components in F6-derived lines."
"Damage functions and population changes of Hoplolaimus columbus on cotton and soybean."
|O'Neal et al. 2002|
"Western corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) feeding on corn and soybean leaves affected by corn phenology"
|Orf et al. 1999A|
"Genetics of soybean agronomic traits: I. Comparison of three related recombinant inbred populations"
|Palomeque et al. 2009b|
"QTL in mega-environments: II. Agronomic trait QTL co-localized with seed yield QTL detected in a population derived from a cross of high-yielding adapted x high-yielding exotic soybean lines"
|Panizzi and Meneguim 1989|
"Performance of nymphal and adult Nezara viridula on selected alternate host plants."
|Panthee et al. 2004B|
"Genomic Regions Governing Soybean Seed Nitrogen Accumulation"
|Panthee et al. 2007|
"Quantitative trait loci for agronomic traits in soybean"
|Pennypacker and Risius 1999|
"Environmental sensitivity of soybean cultivar response to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum"
|Ping et al. 2014A|
"Dt2 Is a Gain-of-Function MADS-Domain Factor Gene That Specifies Semideterminacy in Soybean"
|Pooprompan et al. 2006|
"Molecular Marker Analysis of Days to Flowering in Vegetable Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill)"
|Rajasekhar et al. 1999|
"Early events in the signal pathway for the oxidative burst in soybean cells exposed to avirulent Pseudomonas syringae pv glycinea."
|Rector et al. 1999|
"Quantitative trait loci for antixenosis resistance to corn earworm in soybean"
|Rizal and Karki 2011|
"Alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) activity in soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) under flooding stress"
|Rizvi and Yang 1996|
"Fungi associated with soybean seedling disease in Iowa."
|Robbins et al. 1994|
"Reproduction of the reniform nematode on thirty soybean cultivars."
|Robbins et al. 1999|
"Reniform nematode resistance in selected soybean cultivars"
|Robbins et al. 2000A|
"Host suitability in soybean cultivars for the reniform nematode, 1999 tests."
|Rose et al. 1989|
"The influence of resistant soybean (PI 227687) foliage and coumestrol on the metabolism of xenobiotics by the soybean looper, Pseudoplusia includens (Walker)."
|Rowan et al. 1993|
"Soybean maturity effect on expression of resistance to lepidopterous insects."
"Cercospora kikuchii and other pigmented Cercospora species: cultural and reproductive characteristics and pathogenicity to soybean."
|Schmitt and Barker 1981|
"Damage and reproductive potentials of Pratylenchus brachyurus and Pratylenchus penetrans on soybean."
|Schneider et al. 2011a|
"Biphasic gene expression changes elicited by Phakopsora pachyrhizi in soybean correlate with fungal penetration and haustoria formation."
"Influence of temperature and leaf wetness period on conidial germination in vitro and infection of Cercospora kikuchii on soybean."
"Influence of interrupted dew periods, relative humidity, and light on disease severity and latent infections caused by Cercospora kikuchii on soybean."
"Influence of assessment time and modeling approach on the relationship between temperature-leaf wetness periods and disease parameters of Septoria glycines on soybeans."
|Schumann and Todd 1982|
"Population dynamics of the southern green stink bug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in relation to soybean phenology."
|Severo and Lin 1981|
"Effects of harvesting period on the vigor and health of soybean seeds (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) Alternaria sp., cultivars, Diaporthe phaseolorum var. sojae, physiological maturation, Brazil. Efeito do periodo de colheita no vigor e fitossanidade das sementes de soja (Glycine max (L.) Merrill)."
|Simmons et al. 1985|
"Ovipositional sites of the potato leafhopper (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) on vegetative stage soybean plants."
|Smith and Backman 1989|
"Epidemiology of soybean stem canker in the southeastern United States: relationship between time of exposure to inoculum and disease severity."
|Song et al. 1994|
"Selection and regeneration of soybeans resistant to the pathogenic culture filtrates of Septoria glycines"
|Staswick et al. 2001|
"Efficient down-regulation of the major vegetative storage protein genes in transgenic soybean does not compromise plant productivity"
|Summerfield et al. 1998|
"Characterization of the photoperiodic response of post-flowering development in maturity isolines of soyabean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill] 'Clark'."
|Tasma et al. 2001|
"Mapping genetic loci for flowering time, maturity, and photoperiod insensitivity in soybean"
|Teng et al. 2009a|
"QTL analyses of seed weight during the development of soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.)"
|Tischner et al. 2003|
"Genetics of Seed Abortion and Reproductive Traits in Soybean"
|Trichilo et al. 1993|
"Spatial and temporal dynamics of the threecornered alfalfa hopper (Homoptera: Membracidae) on soybeans."
|Turner et al. 2011a|
"Experimental sink removal induces stress responses, including shifts in amino acid and phenylpropanoid metabolism, in soybean leaves."
|van de Mortel et al. 2007a|
"Distinct biphasic mRNA changes in response to Asian soybean rust infection."
|Vaughan et al. 1989|
"Soybean seed quality in relation to days between development stages"
|Vega et al. 2001|
"Seed number as a function of growth. A comparative study in soybean, sunflower, and maize."
|Wang et al. 2015B|
"Genetic analysis and quantitative trait locus identification of the reproductive to vegetative growth period ratio in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.)"
|Watanabe et al. 2004|
"Analysis of QTLs for reproductive development and seed quality traits in soybean using recombinant inbred lines"
|Watanabe et al. 2011A|
"A Map-Based Cloning Strategy Employing a Residual Heterozygous Line Reveals that the GIGANTEA Gene Is Involved in Soybean Maturity and Flowering"
|Wier and Boethel 1996|
"Symbiotic nitrogen fixation and yield of soybean following defoliation by soybean looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) during pod or seed development"
|Wilson et al. 2001B|
"Metabolic mechanisms associated with alleles governing the 16:0 concentration of soybean oil"
|Young and Ross 1979|
"Brown spot development and yield response of soybean inoculated with Septoria glycines at various growth stages"
|Zhao et al. 2016A|
"A recessive allele for delayed flowering at the soybean maturity locus E9 is a leaky allele of FT2a, a FLOWERING LOCUS T ortholog"
|Zuo et al. 2013a|
"Identification of QTLs for growth period traits in soybean using association analysis and linkage mapping"