Bioengineering boosts photosynthesis and increases yields in food crops for the first time ever.
Could the exogenous application of melatonin help to improve tolerance to drought stress in crop plants?
Can a better understanding of proteomic responses to low phosphorus conditions be harnessed to improve future soybean varieties?
New mathematical model dissects how soybean plants might grow larger in the future.
Excess nitrogen significantly accelerated nodule senescence and the production of green leghaemoglobin in nodules.
Silicon is essential for string plants, but new research reveals that it can also hide evidence of poisoning in plants.
This study highlights the potential importance of the combined thickness of the cuticle and epidermal cell wall in the absorption of foliar-applied nutrients.
Marquez-Garcia et al. study the effects of drought in leaves and nodules of soybean (Glycine max) and find that while the physiological impact is perceived throughout the shoot, stress-induced senescence occurs only in the oldest leaf ranks.
This study’s results suggest the existence of unidentified genes for flowering in soybean.