1. Sharon Soper's unequivocal answer to the plight of those suffering the injustice of malnutrition in today's world is the lowly soybean. Her work in developing and promoting the use of soybean "Super Flour" (a blend on one part rice, one part corn, and two parts soybeans) in the Bolivian context...
  2. Abstract, Parkinsons Disease, 2019 This review contains a critical appraisal of current knowledge about the use of beans in both animal models and patients with Parkinson's disease (PD). The potential beneficial effects of beans in PD are increasingly being touted, not only in scientific journals...
  3. This study on the status of soya bean production and utilization in Tanzania was done in order to assist in planning for its development. The study involved stakeholders from research, extension, soya bean and poultry farmers, food and animal feed processors.
  4. 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.
  5. This publication includes articles from the first international meeting that focused exclusively on the research needs for soybeans. Leading experts on the cropboth in Japan and Taiwan came together to assess the status of the crop, the present problems, and the priorities for research and...
  6. 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...
  7. Legumes belong to the family Leguminosae. In the tropics, they are the next important food crop after cereals (37). They are sources of low-cost dietary vegetable proteins and minerals when compared with animal products such as meat, fish and egg (8). Indigenous legumes therefore are an important...
  8. 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...
  9. 2012-10-01 Demystifying Soybean Production and Marketing: Our Experience in Laos Soil Quality Assessment: Why and How
  10. 2006-07-20 In EDN Issue 80 (July 2003), we asked for feedback from our network about raising soybeans in the tropics. We heard back from several people and would like to share their responses.