The findings are not only a significant tool for genetic research of soybean globally, but also help extend soybean cultivation habitants and contribute to sustainable agriculture. More research findings can be found in the article published in Nature Communications.
Xie, Min, Chung, Claire Yik-Lok, Li, Man-Wah, Wong, Fuk-Ling, Wang, Xin, Liu, Ailin, . . . Lam, Hon-Ming. (2019). A reference-grade wild soybean genome. Nature Communications, 10(1), 1216. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-09142-9
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