Project Details:

Breeding soybeans resistant to multiple nematode species

Parent Project: Breeding soybeans resistant to multiple nematode species
Checkoff Organization:Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council
Categories:Breeding & genetics, Seed composition, Nematodes
Organization Project Code:398-19
Project Year:2019
Lead Principal Investigator:Pengyin Chen (University of Missouri)
Co-Principal Investigators:
Melissa Mitchum (University of Missouri)
Andrew Scaboo (University of Missouri)
Keywords: breeding and genetics, Nematodes, Seed Composition

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Project Summary

The primary goal of this project is to develop productive soybean varieties for Missouri with resistance to multiple nematode species. This will be accomplished using resistant sources with genes that are most effective against the species prevalent in the state. The work performed under this project will ensure the continued development of high yielding soybean cultivars with multi-nematode resistance for Missouri.

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