Protein content

Dynamic QTL analysis of protein content and glutamine synthetase activity in recombinant inbred wheat lines

H. M. Li, Liang, H., Li, Z., Tang, Z. X., Fu, S. L., Geng, Y. Y., Yan, B. J., and Ren, Z. L., Dynamic QTL analysis of protein content and glutamine synthetase activity in recombinant inbred wheat lines, vol. 14, pp. 8706-8715, 2015.

Protein content (PC) is a crucial factor that determines the end-use and nutritional quality of wheat (Triticum aestivum). Glutamine synthetase (GS), which is a major participant in nitrogen metabolism, can convert inorganic nitrogen into organic nitrogen. Although many studies have been conducted on PC and GS, a dynamic analysis of all of the filling stages has not been conducted.

Adaptability and stability of soybean genotypes in off-season cultivation

R. O. Batista, Hamawaki, R. L., Sousa, L. B., Nogueira, A. P. O., and Hamawaki, O. T., Adaptability and stability of soybean genotypes in off-season cultivation, vol. 14, pp. 9633-9645, 2015.

The oil and protein contents of soybean grains are important quantitative traits for use in breeding. However, few breeding programs perform selection based on these traits in different environments. This study assessed the adaptability and stability of 14 elite early soybean breeding lines in off-season cultivation with respect to yield, and oil and protein contents.

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