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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: SOYBEAN DISEASE AND PEST MANAGEMENT

Location: Soybean/maize Germplasm, Pathology, and Genetics Research

Title: Registration of four soybean germplasm lines containing defoliating insect resistance QTLS from PI 229358 introgressed into 'Benning'

Authors
item Zhu, S - UNIV. OF GEORGIA
item Walker, David
item Warrington, C - UNIV. OF GEORGIA
item Parrott, W - UNIV. OF GEORGIA
item All, J - UNIV. OF GEORGIA
item Wood, E - UNIV. OF GEORGIA
item Boerma, H - UNIV. OF GEORGIA

Submitted to: Journal of Plant Registrations
Publication Type: Germplasm Release
Publication Acceptance Date: April 3, 2007
Publication Date: September 1, 2007
Citation: Zhu, S., Walker, D.R., Warrington, C.V., Parrott, W.A., All, J.N., Wood, E.D., Boerma, H.R. 2007. Registration of four soybean germplasm lines containing defoliating insect resistance QTLS from PI 229358 introgressed into 'Benning'. Journal of Plant Registrations. 1:162-163.

Technical Abstract: Five soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] germplasm lines were developed by the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations and released in 2005: G95-Ben335 (Reg. No. GP-332, PI 644042), G95-Ben1818 (Reg. No. GP-333, PI 644043), G95-Ben2403 (Reg. No. GP-334, PI 644044), G95-Ben2448 (Reg. No. GP-335, PI 644045), and G95-Ben4123 (Reg. No. GP-336, PI 644046). They were selected within the productive soybean cultivar ‘Benning’ (Boerma et al., 1997) with differences in seed protein, seed oil, seed weight or maturity. These lines have utility as parents to develop elite breeding populations or use in the study of genetic and physiological mechanisms responsible for conditioning the phenotypes of the selected variants within Benning.

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