Workshop on Soybean Biotechnology for Aluminum Tolerance on Acid Soils and Disease Resistance

Workshop on Soybean Biotechnology for Aluminum Tolerance on Acid Soils and Disease Resistance

 

Recent Submissions

  • Sunarlim ...[at al], Novianti (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Acid soils usually are deficient in major nutrients such as phosphorous, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, toxic to exchangeable aluminum and low cation exchange capacity. Soybean cultivate grown in this soil usually ...
  • Arsyad ...[at al], Darman M. (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    In 1995, a field trial was conducted in North Lampung to evaluate soybean germ pi asm in an effort to develop soybean cultivars suitable for acid soils in Sumatera. Thirty soybean genotypes were selected from 350 germ pi ...
  • Schenkel ...[at al], Werner (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    To assess future breeding strategies for the development of soybean cultivars tolerant to acid soil a analysis of genetic diversity in Indonesian and international soybean germplasm was performed. Fourty-five of Indonesian, ...
  • Machmud ...[at a], Muhammad (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Recent field surveys indicated that the major soybean disease in Indonesia are soybean stunt, peanut stripe, cowpea mild mottle, bacterial blight, bacterial pustule, rust, and anthracnose. In 1990-1999, research on soybean ...
  • Groten, Karin (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Plants react to microbial attack with a number of defence mechanisms which include a rapid formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS), cross-linking of cell wall proteins and strengthening of the plant cell wall, induction ...
  • Handayanl ...[at al], Tltin (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    A. reproducible method Tor multiplication of shoot from cotyledone node of soybean (Glycine mex) has been developed. Progeny from seed recovered from regenerated plants appear normal. The technique for micropropagation of ...
  • Sianipar ...[at al], Nesti F. (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Organogenesis of soybean through shoot bud induction was done using cotyledonry nodes of soybean cultivars Sicinang and Sriyono as sources of explants. A Murashige-Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with thidiazuran increasing ...
  • Mariska ...[at al], Ika (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    National demand for soybean (Gfytine max L. Merrill) is higher that its production, so that Indonesia needs to import the commodity. The government has planned to extensity the crop to acid sort areas, which has not been ...
  • Rath, lngo (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Aluminum phytotoxicity is a major factor of the infertility of acid soils. The main toxic form of aluminum is the Al3* ion. Its occurrence strongly depends on the pH of the solution and the activity of other ions that can ...
  • Ermoiayev, Vladimir (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Al toxicity in plants is one of the major limitation of crop production on acid soils. Because of complex interaction between Al and a plant, it is very likely that there are 3 number of different mechanisms used by plants ...
  • Wenzel G. ...[at al] (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)
    Today, in plant biology molecular genetics opens up an innovative spectrum even under the applied aspect of plant breeding. The most spectacular approach is surely the area of .gene transfer which at the same time is under ...
  • Sumarno (Central Research Institute for Food Crops, 2001-02)