Glycine max


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Glycine max

A species of legume native to East Asia widely grown for its edible bean, which has numerous uses, more commonly known as the soya (UK) or soy (US) bean. Soya beans are one of the most efficient food crops, and produce significantly more protein per acre than most other uses of land.

Glycine max,

n See soy.

Glycine max

see soybean.
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Molecular Weights of Glycine max TGX1485-1D Proteins (Daltons) 50,118 45,709 43,652 42,658 41,687 38,019 33,884 30,903 28,840 25,119 20,417 19,498 18,621 17,378 15,849 14,125 13,180 9,772 8,317 7,943 7,586
A typical nodule cortex of Glycine max (soybean) consists of an outer protective dead cell layer surrounding parenchymatous layers with a central layer of living, vacuolated scleroid cells with phloroglucinol-positive walls, indicating lignin-like compounds (Bergersen, 1982; Brown & Walsh, 1994).
Phytoremediation of crude-oil contaminated soil with the plant Glycine max has been described [10].
Objectives: Evaluate the effect of diet, physical exercise, and a daily oral intake of a soy isoflavones extract (Fisiogen [R]) contained 200 mg of Glycine max, which corresponded to 80 mg of isoflavone (60.
In fact, most baby food that substitutes for human milk is composed of ingredients that have a high chance of containing GM material, such as glycine max proteins and maize starch.