Role of Biochemical and Antioxidant Enzymes Activities in Drought Tolerance in Soybean: A Recent Study
Current Topics in Agricultural Sciences Vol. 3,
30 October 2021
Soybean genotypes were divided into two groups based on biochemical profiling, anti-oxidant enzyme activities and protein profiling. Drought tolerance features were found in three genotypes viz., JS97-52, RVS-14, and JS95-60, based on different biochemical and antioxidant enzyme activities analysis among 53 diverse genotypes. The results obtained could aid in the improvement of soybean genotypes through the production of drought-tolerant genotypes using both conventional and molecular breeding approaches. These findings also provided a foundation for additional research employing advanced biotechnological technologies to investigate the drought tolerance mechanism in soybean crops.
- Antioxidant enzymes
- Biochemical parameters
- Protein profiling
- Sustainable agriculture