GmSWEET10a and GmSWEET10b coordinately regulate yield and quality

Thursday, June 4, 2020 - 09:40 in Health & Medicine

Cultivated soybeans were domesticated from wild soybeans in China over a period of 5,000 years, and then widely spread all over the world. Soybean has been a major, multiuse crop that globally makes up 56% of oilseed production and more than 25% of the protein used in food and animal feed. With the increase of world population and the change of diet structure, the global demand for soybeans is increasing year by year. Thus, breeding soybeans with higher yields is urgently needed.

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