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Soybean Genomics

The soybean genomics workshop focuses on presenting timely and impactful advances in the area of soybean genomics. An effort is made to invite investigators who are in the early part of their careers and to encourage established investigators to utilize soybean as a model species in their research.
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Time: 10:30 AM-12:40 PM
Room: Royal Palm Salon 1-2
Organizer:
Suk-Ha Lee
10:30 AM
Exploring Selective Sweeps Controlling Various Traits in Archaeological Soybean
Sue K Kim, Seoul National University; Dani Satyawan, ICABIOGRAD; Moon Young Kim, Seoul National University; HyunJu Jang, Seoul National University; Suk-Ha Lee, Seoul National University

10:55 AM
Molecular Basis of Soybean Stem Architecture
Jianxin Ma, Purdue University

11:20 AM
Omics Insights into Isoflavonoid Biosynthesis in Soybean: Functional Specificity of Gene Family Members
Sangeeta Dhaubhadel, London Research and Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Mehran Dastmalchi, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario; Arjun Sukumaran, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario; Caroline Sepiol, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario

11:45 AM
The Role of Gene Function on The Fate of Duplicated Genes in Soybean
Chunming Xu, University of Georgia; Kyung Do Kim, University of Georgia; Scott A. Jackson, University of Georgia

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