LegumeIP V3: From Models to Crops - An Integrative Gene Discovery Platform for Translational Genomics in Legumes

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RNA-Seq study reveals genetic responses of diverse wild soybean accessions to increased ozone levels Analysis of gene expression data from four genetically diverse wild soybean accessions helps reveal both sensitive and resistant responses of the plants to increased ozone levels. Results help characterize genetic response of wild soybean to ozone stress and could help provide information on genetic resources for creating ozone-tolerant soybean breeding lines. Overall design: 2 sensitive genotypes (PI 407179 and PI 424007) and 2 resistant genotypes (PI 424123 and PI 507656) were replicated in 4 ......[More] Taliercio, Crop Science, NC State University 12
Characterizing seed weight related genes through transcriptome analyses of wild and cultivated soybeans Cultivated soybean has domesticated in China for a long history, and there are several significant phenotypic differences between wild and cultivated soybeans. Seed of cultivar is generally larger than wild soybean, therefore here we comprehensively analyzed transcriptomes of thirteen soybean accessions seeds including seven wild soybeans and six landraces through applying strand-specific RNA sequencing. Differential expressed genes related seed weight were identified, some of them were known to......[More] Nanchang University 7
Transcriptome analysis of photoperiodic flowering in soybean. In order to identify candidate genes that are involved in soybean flowering transition in response to photoperiods, we performed RNA sequencing analysis under different photoperiod treatments. We identified genes exhibiting daily oscillation patterns under different photoperiod treatments, genes under control of maturity loci (E1, E2, E3 and E5), and genes that constitute the soybean flowering gene network. Overall design: RNA sequencing analysis was performed using Williams 82, Clark and four N......[More] 259 ERML, Cropsciences, University of illinois at Urbana Chammpaign, USA 9
Transcriptomic comparison reveals genetic variation potentially underlying seed developmental evolution of soybeans Soybean (Glycine max) was domesticated from its wild relative Glycine soja. However, the genetic variations underlying soybean domestication are not well known. Comparative transcriptomics revealed that a small portion of the orthologous genes might have been fast-evolving. In contrast, three gene expression clusters were identified as divergent by their expression patterns, which occupied 37.44% of the total genes, hinting at an essential role for gene expression alteration in soybean domestica......[More] Chinese Academy of Sciences 20