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Growth and Maturity in Response to Planting Times in Supernodulating Soybean Mutants

Park Sei Joon    (National Institute of Crop Science, RDA   ); Youn Jong Tag    (National Institute of Crop Science, RDA   ); Lee Jae Eun    (National Institute of Crop Science, RDA   ); Kim Wook Han    (National Institute of Crop Science, RDA   ); Kwon Young Up    (National Institute of Crop Science, RDA   ); Shin Jin Chul    (National Institute of Crop Science, RDA   ); Seong Rak Chun    (Department of Crop Science, College of Life and Environmental Science, Korea University  );
  • 초록

    This experiment was conducted to investigate the changes of growth and maturity and to clarify the function of supernodulating characters, excessive nodules and high biological nitrogen fixation rate (BNF), on maturity in response to different planting time in supernodulating soybean mutants. Two supernodulating soybean mutants, Sakukei4 and SS2-2, and their parent cultivars, Enrei and Shinpaldalkong2, were planted on May 24 and June 15, 2004. The degrees of the shortening of growth days by the planting time delay were 18 to 22 days in four cultivar, and there were no significant differences among the cultivars. However, four cultivars showed the different maturity properties. Sakukei4, mutated from Enrei, showed later maturity than that of Enrei, and 882-2, mutated from Shinpaldalkong2, showed earlier maturity than that of Shinpaldalkong2. The plant and nodule dry weights at R6 stage of Sakukei4 showed the smallest decrement and those of SS2-2 was showed the largest decrement by the delay of planting time. The photosynthetic rates of Sakukei4 during the late reproductive growth period were slowly decreased, however those of SS2-2 were steeply decreased in two planting time treatments. Overall, the growth of Sakukei4 was decreased slowly, however the growth of SS2-2 was decreased sharply according to the delay of planting time. The percentage of seed yield of Sakukei4 in June planting plot compared with May planting plot at R8 stage was $92\%$ , which was the lowest decreasing rate of yield among the cultivars, and in the case of SS2-2, it was in $76\%$ , the highest one. These results indicated that the responses of supernodulating mutants by the delay of planting time were very similar to the wild types. This means supernodulating characters in supernodulating soybean mutants might not affect to the maturity property. Additionally, the maturity property could be considered as an important characteristics to decide or to select on the developments of supernodulating soybean mutants, which have a low productivity by an excessive nodules, especially.


  • 주제어

    supernodulating soybean mutant .   biological nitrogen fixation .   planting time .   nodules .   seed yield .   maturity .   photosynthetic rates.  

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