Historical gains in soybean (Glycine max Merr.) seed yield are driven by linear increases in light interception, energy conversion, and partitioning efficiencies

Robert P. Koester, Jeffrey A. Skoneczka, Troy R. Cary, Brian W. Diers, Elizabeth A. Ainsworth

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