Advances in Legume Research

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Diego Rubiales, Susana S. Ara˙jo, Maria C. Vaz Patto, Nicolas Rispail
Frontiers Media SA, Nov 8, 2018 - 609 pages

áLegumes crops have an extraordinary importance for the agriculture and the environment. In a world urgently requiring more sustainable agriculture, food security and healthier diets the demand for legume crops is on the rise. The International Legume Society (http://ils.nsseme.com) organizes a triannual series of conferences with the goal to serve as a forum to discuss interdisciplinary progress on legume research. The Second International Legume Society Conference (ILS2) hosted in October 2016 at Troia, Portugal was the starting point for the Research Topic “Advances in Legume Research” in FiPS, that was also open to spontaneous submissions.

 

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Contents

Advances in Legume Research
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Beans Phaseolus ssp as a Model for Understanding Crop Evolution
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Genetic Diversity of Croatian Common Bean Landraces
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TradeOffs between Phenology Seed Size and Vigor within and between Wild and Domesticated Lupinus Species Collected along Aridity Gradients
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Genotypic Variation in a Breeding Population of Yellow Sweet Clover Melilotus officinalis
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Proceed with Caution
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Encouragements from a Temperate Southeast European Environment
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Influence of Harvest Aid Herbicides on Seed Germination Seedling Vigor and Milling Quality Traits of Red Lentil Lens culinaris L
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Development of Molecular Markers for Iron Metabolism Related Genes in Lentil and Their Expression Analysis under Excess Iron Stress
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Characterization of the Heme Pocket Structure and Ligand Binding Kinetics of Nonsymbiotic Hemoglobins from the Model Legume Lotus japonicus
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Determination of PhotoperiodSensitive Phase in Chickpea Cicer arietinum L
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Flowering and Growth Responses of Cultivated Lentil and Wild Lens Germplasm toward the Differences in Red to FarRed Ratio and Photosynthetical...
349
Comprehensive Analysis of the Soybean Glycine max GmLAX Auxin Transporter Gene Family
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GmAGL1 a MADSBox Gene from Soybean Is Involved in Floral Organ Identity and Fruit Dehiscence
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De novo Transcriptome Profiling of Flowers Flower Pedicels and Pods of Lupinus luteus Yellow Lupine Reveals Complex Expression Changes durin...
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Identification of ZOUPI Orthologs in Soybean Potentially Involved in Endosperm Breakdown and Embryogenic Development
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NarrowLeafed Lupin Lupinus angustifolius β1 and β6Conglutin Proteins Exhibit Antifungal Activity Protecting Plants against Necrotrophic Pathoge...
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DNA Damage Is Associated with SA Signaling for Induction of PR Genes and Contributes to the Growth Suppression of a Pea Pathogen on Pea Endo...
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GenomeWide Dissection of the Heat Shock Transcription Factor Family Genes in Arachis
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Overexpression of NictabaLike Lectin Genes from Glycine max Confers Tolerance toward Pseudomonas syringae Infection Aphid Infestation and Sa...
136
Understanding the Impact of Drought on Foliar and Xylem Invading Bacterial Pathogen Stress in Chickpea
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Shoot and Root Traits Contribute to Drought Resistance in Recombinant Inbred Lines of MD 2324 SEA 5 of Common Bean
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Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci Controlling Root and Shoot Traits Associated with Drought Tolerance in a Lentil Lens culinaris Medik Reco...
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Polyamines Confer Salt Tolerance in Mung Bean Vigna radiata L by Reducing Sodium Uptake Improving Nutrient Homeostasis Antioxidant Defense...
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Association Mapping for FiberRelated Traits and Digestibility in Alfalfa Medicago sativa
209
Quinolizidine Alkaloid Biosynthesis in Lupins and Prospects for Grain Quality Improvement
216
Transcriptome Analysis of a New Peanut Seed Coat Mutant for the Physiological Regulatory Mechanism Involved in Seed Coat Cracking and Pigmen...
228
Evaluation of ExoticallyDerived Soybean Breeding Lines for Seed Yield Germination Damage and Composition under Dryland Production in the Mi...
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Overexpression of the Starch PhosphorylaseLike Gene PHO3 in Lotus japonicus has a Profound Effect on the Growth of Plants and Reduction of Tra...
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Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Stimulates Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Two Medicago spp through Improved Phosphorus Acquisition
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Genotypic Differences in Phosphorus Efficiency and the Performance of Physiological Characteristics in Response to Low Phosphorus Stress of Soyb...
287
Pumping Iron into Chickpea
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A Conserved Potential Development Framework Applies to Shoots of Legume Species with Contrasting Morphogenetic Strategies
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Pod Dehiscence and Seed Dormancy in Pea Pisum sp
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Major Contribution of Flowering Time and Vegetative Growth to Plant Production in Common Bean As Deduced from a Comparative Genetic Mapp...
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Gene Mapping of a Mutant Mungbean Vigna radiata L Using New Molecular Markers Suggests a Gene Encoding a YUC4like Protein Regulates the ...
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A Multiple QTLSeq Strategy Delineates Potential Genomic Loci Governing Flowering Time in Chickpea
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FineMapping the Branching Habit Trait in Cultivated Peanut by Combining Bulked Segregant Analysis and HighThroughput Sequencing
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Using Machine Learning for Improved Pairwise Genotype Classification Based on Root Traits
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Identification of QTL and Qualitative Trait Loci for Agronomic Traits Using SNP Markers in the Adzuki Bean
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A HighResolution InDel InsertionDeletion MarkersAnchored Consensus Genetic Map Identifies Major QTLs Governing Pod Number and Seed Yield...
543
Selection of Novel Cowpea Genotypes Derived through Gamma Irradiation
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EcoTILLINGBased Association Mapping Efficiently Delineates Functionally Relevant Natural Allelic Variants of Candidate Genes Governing Agron...
570
Gene Classification and Mining of Molecular Markers Useful in Red Clover Trifolium pratense Breeding
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GenotypingbySequencing and Its Exploitation for Forage and CoolSeason Grain Legume Breeding
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