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Abstract

Resistance to the soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is a topic incorporating multiple mechanisms and multiple types of science. It is also a topic of substantial agricultural importance, as SCN is estimated to cause more yield damage than any other pathogen of soybean, one of the world's main food crops. Both soybean and SCN have experienced jumps in experimental tractability in the past decade, and significant advances have been made. The locus, deployed on millions of farm acres, has been durable and will remain important, but local SCN populations are gradually evolving to overcome . Multiple other SCN resistance quantitative trait loci (QTL) of proven value are now in play with soybean breeders. QTL causal gene discovery and mechanistic insights into SCN resistance are contributing to both basic and applied disciplines. Additional understanding of SCN and other cyst nematodes will also grow in importance and lead to novel disease control strategies.

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