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Published In: Icones plantarum formosanarum nec non et contributiones ad floram formosanam. 9: 29–30. 1920. (Icon. Pl. Formosan.) Name publication detail
 

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Glycine tomentella HayataNewell, C. A. & T. Hymowitz. 1983. Hybridization in the genus Glycine subgenus Glycine Willd. (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae). Amer. J. Bot. 70: 334–348. 82-83 78,80
Glycine tomentella HayataDoyle, M. J., J. E. Grant & A. H. D. Brown. 1986. Reproductive isolation between isozyme groups of Glycine tomentella (Leguminosae), and spontaneous doubling in their hybrids. Austral. J. Bot. 34: 523–535. 86-87 38, 40, 78, 80
Glycine tomentella HayataSakai, T. & N. Kaizuma. 1985. Hybrid embryo formation in an intersubgeneric cross of soybean (Glycine max Merrill) with a wild relative (G. tomentella Hayata). Jap. J. Breed. 35: 363–374. 84-85 80
Glycine tomentella HayataHalvankar, G. B. & V. P. Patil. 1990. Inter-specific variation in the karyotypes of the genus Glycine Willd. Cytologia 55: 273–279. 90-91 80
Glycine tomentella HayataSingh, R. J., K. P. Kollipara & T. Hymowitz. 1988. Further data on the genomic relationships among wild perennial species (2n = 40) of the genus Glycine Willd. Genome 30: 166–176. 90-91 38, 40, 78, 80
Glycine tomentella HayataSingh, R. J., K. P. Kollipara & T. Hymowitz. 1989. Ancestors of 80- and 78-chromosome Glycine tomentella Hayata (Leguminosae). Genome 32: 796–801. 90-91 38, 40, 78, 80
Glycine tomentella HayataKollipara, K. P., R. J. Singh & T. Hymowitz. 1993. Genomic diversity in aneudiploid (2n = 38) and diploid (2n = 40) Glycine tomentella revealed by cytogenetic and biochemical methods. Genome 36: 391–396. 92-93 38, 40
Glycine tomentella HayataKollipara, K. P., R. J. Singh & T. Hymowitz. 1995. Genomic relationships in the genus Glycine (Fabaceae: Phaseoleae): use of a monoclonal antibody to the soybean Bowman-Birk inhibitor as a genome marker. Amer. J. Bot. 82(9): 1104–1111. 94-95 38, 40, 78, 80
Glycine tomentella HayataTolgor, B. X. & B. c. Zhuang. 1993. A brief report of cytological studies on genus Glycine subgen. Glycine from China. J. Jilin Agric. Univ. 15(4): 218. 94-95 80
Glycine tomentella HayataSingh, R. J., K. P. Kollipara & T. Hymowitz. 1998. The genomes of Glycine canescens F. J. Herm., and G. tomentella Hayata of western Australia and their phylogenetic relationships in the genus Glycine Willd. Genome 41: 669–679. 01-03 38, 40
Glycine tomentella HayataGao, X., J. Qian, Y. h. Ma & S. z. Zheng. 2002. Research on chromosomes of perennial wild soybeans in China. J. Fudan Univ., Nat. Sci. Ed. 41(6): 717–719. 01-03 80
 
 
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