(40537)

U.S. Patent Number
Biosafety Level 1

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Comments
Soybean cultivar
Produces soybeans containing linolenic acid levels of approximately 4.7% of total fatty acids
Suitable parental line for producing hybrids with low linolenic acid content
parent of ATCC 40538
parent of ATCC 40539
Shipped dried
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Basic Documentation
References

Fehr WR, Hammond EG. Soybeans having low linolenic acid content and method of production. US Patent 5,534,425 dated Jul 9 1996

Fehr WR, Hammond EG. A17 soybeans having low linolenic acid conent and descendents. US Patent 5,714,669 dated Feb 3 1998

Fehr WR, Hammond EG. A16 soybeans having low linolenic acid content and descendents. US Patent 5,710,369 dated Jan 20 1998

Fehr WR, Hammond EG. Soybeans having low linolenic acid and low palmitic acid contents. US Patent 5,714,670 dated Feb 3 1998

Fehr WR, Hammond EG. Soybeans having low linolenic acid and elevated stearic acid contents. US Patent 5,714,668 dated Feb 3 1998

Fehr WR, Hammond EG. Reduced linolenic acid production in soybeans. US Patent 5,850,030 dated Dec 15 1998