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  1. Abstract,PLoS ONE, 2016 Increased temperature means and fluctuations associated with climate change are predicted to exert profound effects on the seed yield of soybean. We conducted an experiment to evaluate the impacts of global warming on the phenology and yield of two determinate soybean...
  2. Abstract,IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci, 2018 Soybeans in Indonesia are mostly used for raw material of tempeh industry. This study aims to identify 150 soybean genotypes for their suitability for raw materials of tempeh and adaptability to be developed in tropical area of Indonesia. The...
  3. Legumes Edible parts -Seeds, Leaves, Spice, Vegetable A small erect bean up to 60 cm tall. It grows each year from seed. Straggling kinds can occur. Stems, leaves and pods aresoftly hairy. The leaves have 3 leaflets. The leaflets have stalks. Flowers are small and white or blue. They occur in...
  4. The papers presented in this publication provide a review of soybean cropping systems research from a variety of viewpoints, including those of international, national, and regional programs. There are also a number of papers from the private sector. In reviewing the papers, a number of points...
  5. This manual discusses in detail the state of art and technology of processing soybean into various edible forms and also indicates the prospects for soybean foods for human consumption.
  6. 2007-01-01 This working document constitutes one study in a series of agro-industry characterizations and appraisals being carried by the Agricultural Management, Marketing and Finance Service. The purpose of these studies is to improve understanding of the dynamics that have led certain indsutries to grow...
  7. 1985-01-01 This directory includes food legumes, cereals, and vegetables. 53 pages, illustrated Directory of Germplasm Collections
  8. 1987-01-01 Soybean has great potential, even for small farmers with limited resources, to fit into the rice-based cropping systems that dominate so much of the agricultural area in the tropics. 213 pages, illustrations
  9. This book is designed to provide, to scientists and specialists in programs relating to soybean research, information on the technology or production and the basics of soybean morphology, physiology, pest control, genetics, and breeding. Information on marketing and utilization is also provide....
  10. 2007-01-01 This paper describes a project was initiated to test new soybeans breeding lines. These lines were evaluated to determine performance, and farmer acceptance. Proceedings of the Second National Soybean Stakeholders Workshop