soybean

(redirected from Soy products)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to Soy products: tempeh, soy foods, Soy protein

soy·bean

(soy'bēn),
The bean of the climbing herb Glycine soja or G. hispida (family Leguminosae); a bean rich in protein and containing little starch; it is the source of soybean oil; soybean flour is used in preparing a bread for diabetic patients, in feeding formulas for infants who are unable to tolerate cow's milk, and for adults allergic to cow's milk.
Synonym(s): soja, soya
[Hind. soyā, fennel]

soybean

/soy·bean/ (soi´bēn) the bean of the leguminous plant, Glycine max, which contains little starch but is rich in protein and phytoestrogens.

soya bean

An edible high-protein legume (Glycine max), which is used to produce a wide range of food products.

soy·bean

(soy'bēn)
The bean of the climbing herb Glycine soja or G. hispida; rich in protein and containing little starch; used in preparing a bread for diabetic patients, in feeding formulas for infants who are unable to tolerate cow's milk, and for adults allergic to cow's milk.
[Hind. soyā, fennel]

soybean

the leguminous plant Glycine max (syn. G. soja) used for the production of soya beans. The greatest use of the bean is the extraction of oil for industrial use. The beans are unsuitable for feeding in their raw state unless they are roasted because they contain growth-inhibiting factors.

soybean meal
the material left after extraction of soybean oil. It is poisonous if the oil is extracted by elution with trichloroethylene.
trichloroethylene-extracted soybean meal
causes a radiomimetic syndrome of anemia, leukopenia and submucosal petechiation.
References in periodicals archive ?
The report provides the latest, detailed data on dynamics in Russia Soy Products market, providing marketers with the essential data to understand their own, and their competitors' position in the market and the information to accurately identify where to compete in the future.
The report provides the latest, detailed data on dynamics in the United Kingdom Soy Products market, providing marketers with the essential data to understand their own, and their competitors' position in the market and the information to accurately identify where to compete in the future.
Even with the major advances in flavour technology, there are no universal remedies for the soy product market.
While soy products have historically been primarily used in the food market, soy use is expected to increase 14% annually in industrial applications and comprise nearly 10% of soy product demand in 2009.
Already, Cerestar Food & Pharma Specialties Europe is using the addition of soy products to drive its solutions for the meat industry.
com contains information and links to soy products and suppliers; news; resources and frequently asked questions relevant to the soy-based candle and personal care industries.
The study carried out by the University of Ulster's School of Biomedical Sciences found eating more soy products could reduce the spread of breast cancer and the growth of secondary tumours.
US demand for soy products is expected to increase over 5 percent per year to $8.
It makes sense to create transgenic exclusion zones where farmers can sell soybeans at premium prices and where local governments can impose strong regulations to ensure soy products meet the standards of European consumers.
Soy products, which received a huge lift from the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval of a heart health claim, appeal to a variety of people trying to eat more protein, following a low-fat diet or dealing with allergies to gluten or dairy.
It also includes a primer on an array of soy products available, along with a couple of recipes, lots of suggestions for adding soy to existing recipes, and a list of Web sites and books on soy.