soybeans

Nancy S. Kirkpatrick nkirkpatrick at LAKERS.LSSU.EDU
Tue Jan 19 09:43:56 EST 1999


R.C. Shoemaker & R.G. Palmer at the ARS/USDA lab connected with Iowa
State University have been doing research on soybeans for years.  I
suggest you contact them for seeds.  Here is a citation for one of their
latest papers:
	
      ACCESSION NO: IND21235905
            AUTHOR: Clikeman, A.D.  Palmer, R.G.  Shoemaker, R.C.
             TITLE: The effect of pre-selection on diversity detection
in exotic 
                    germplasm.
            SOURCE: Soybean genetics newsletter May 1998. v. 25 p. 149.
         PUBLISHER: Ames, Iowa : Agricultural Research Service, USDA and
Dept. of 
                    Agronomy and Dept. of Zoology, Iowa State
University.

Good luck, by the way Iowa State is in Ames     

Nancy S. Kirkpatrick, PhD.
Assistant Professor &
Chief Health Professions Advisor
Biology Department
Lake Superior State University
Sault Ste. Marie, Mi  49783
(906) 635-2894 FAX: (906) 635-2266
nkirkpatrick at lakers.lssu.edu

Carl Pike wrote:
> 
> Does anyone know of a source of small quantities of particular varieties of
> soybeans? a stock center or USDA lab?
>  I don't need 50 pound bags, which is what the farm seed stores have.
> Thanks
> 
> Carl S. Pike                         (717) 291-3958
> Department of Biology                FAX (717) 399-4548
> Franklin and Marshall College        email  C_PIKE at ACAD.FANDM.EDU
> P.O. Box 3003
> Lancaster, PA  17604-3003  USA

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