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The soybean root membrane lipids in response to field cultivation on agricultural podzols in boreal

Updated: Oct 9, 2019

Muhammad Nadeem*, Thu Huong Pham, Ashley Nieuwenhuis, Waqas Ali, Muhammad Zaeem, Waqar Ashiq, Syed Shah Mohioudin Gillania, Charles Manful, Oludoyin Adeseun Adigun, Lakshman Galagedara, Mumtaz Cheema* and RaymondThomas*.

Data in Brief, Volume 25, August 2019, Page 104055

Fig. 3. Principal component analysis showing the relationships between root membrane phosphatidylcholine (PC) molecular species and forage soybean nutritional quality following cultivation in acidic podzolic soils in cool climate production systems. (a) Observation plot showing segregation of three soil pH based on the centroids on the F1 and F2 axis; and (b) Biplot showing relationship between different observations, forage production, quality and membrane lipid PC at three soil pH.


The objective of this data in brief article is to represent the associated data set regarding our published paper in Plant Science Nadeem et al., 2019. Data set represent soil acid phosphatase activity, association of individual molecular species of four major lipid classes with soybean forage quality indices when cultivated in boreal podzolic soils under cool climatic conditions. Phosphatidylcholine (PC), phosphatidylethanolamine (PE), phosphatidic acid (PA) and acylated glucosyl betasitosterol ester (AGIcSiE) molecular species grouped the soybean forage quality indices in different quadrants on principal component analyses. Furthermore, the total lipid profile and correlation of major lipid species with forage quality indices are included in this data in brief article. This data set support the main findings described in Nadeem et al., 2019.

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