Rev. Ceres vol.67 no.3 Viçosa May/June 2020 Epub July 13, 2020 Growth and yield of soybean cultivated in agroforestry systems. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy Volume 225, 15 January 2020, Local anomaly detection and quantitative analysis of contaminants in soybean meal using near infrared imaging: The example of non-protein nitrogen.
Résumé traduit : Le scandale de la mélamine indique que les méthodes traditionnelles de détection ciblée ne détectent que les formes de contamination spécifiquement répertoriées, ce qui conduit à ne pas identifier les nouveaux adultérants à temps. Afin de faire face aux formes en constante évolution de falsification dans les denrées alimentaires et les aliments pour animaux et de compenser l'insuffisance des méthodes de détection ciblées, une méthode de détection non ciblée basée sur la détection d'anomalies locales (LAD) utilisant l'imagerie dans le proche infrarouge (NIR) a été examinée dans cette étude. Cela indique que la nouvelle stratégie de détection non ciblée a le potentiel de passer de passive à active pour le contrôle de la sécurité des denrées alimentaires et des aliments pour animaux. – guatemalt
PLOS 21/04/17 Soy and fish as features of the Japanese diet and cardiovascular disease risks. Abstract In the World Health Organization (WHO)-coordinated Cardiovascular Disease and Alimentary Comparison Study, isoflavones (I; biomarker for dietary soy) and taurine (T; biomarker for dietary fish) in 24-hour—urine (24U) were inversely related to coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality. High levels of these biomarkers are found in Japanese people, whose CHD mortality is lowest among developed countries. We analyzed the association of these biomarkers with cardiovascular disease risk in the Japanese to know their health effects within one ethnic population.
First, to compare the Japanese intake of I and T with international intakes, the ratios of 24UI and 24UT to creatinine from the WHO Study were divided into quintiles for analysis. The ratio for the Japanese was the highest in the highest quintiles for both I and T, reaching 88.1%, far higher than the average ratio for the Japanese (26.3%) in the total study population.
Editor: Tatsuo Shimosawa, The University of Tokyo, JAPAN. JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (India) 27/07/19 Identification of Soybean Leaf Diseases via Deep Learning. 1.J.
Meng, Q. J FOOD SCI TECHNOL - SEPT 2019 - Shelf life prediction and food safety risk assessment of an innovative whole soybean curd based on predictive models. Bragantia vol.78 no.3 Campinas July/Sept. 2019 Effects of nickel fertilization on soybean growth in tropical soils. ANTIOXIDANTS 18/07/20 The Antioxidant Role of Soy and Soy Foods in Human Health. Oxidative stress seems to play a role in many chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and some cancers.
Research is always looking for effective approaches in the prevention and treatment of these pathologies with safe strategies. Given the central role of nutrition, the identification of beneficial healthy foods can be the best key to having a safe and at the same time effective approach. Soy has always aroused great scientific interest but often this attention is galvanized by the interaction with estrogen receptors and related consequences on health. However, soy, soy foods, and soy bioactive substances seem to have antioxidant properties, suggesting their role in quenching reactive oxygen species, although it was frequently mentioned but not studied in depth.
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 09/09/19 Neonicotinoid seed treatments of soybean provide negligible benefits to US farmers. Soybean seed yield data from 194 randomized and replicated field studies, which were conducted specifically to evaluate the effect of seed treatments on soybean seed yield at sites within each of 14 states from 2006 through 2017, were assembled for this study.
To include an individual experiment in the combined database, presence of replicated and randomized neonicotinoid seed treatments was essential. The final database included 11,146 plot-specific soybean seed yields. For all experiments, soil pH and information about nine major management practices, including irrigation, sowing date, cultivar maturity group, tillage operations, previous year crop, row spacing, seeding rate, double crop system, and manure application were recorded. JSIR Vol.73(09) [September 2014] HACCP model of kinema, a fermented soybean food. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY 12/09/19 Machine learning in agriculture: ISU scientists are teaching computers to diagnose soybean stress. Unmanned aerial vehicles could be equipped with hyperspectral technology capable of detecting wavelength ranges beyond those detectable by the human eye.
Such technology could combine with machine learning techniques under development at Iowa State to help farmers anticipate stress among their crops before symptoms appear. Photo courtesy of Arti Singh. Larger image. AMES, Iowa – Iowa State University scientists are working toward a future in which farmers can use unmanned aircraft to spot, and even predict, disease and stress in their crops. Their vision relies on machine learning, an automated process in which technology can help farmers respond to plant stress more efficiently. “At its most basic, machine learning is simply training a machine to do something we do,” Singh said. Potential to predict symptoms before they appear. Bragantia vol.78 no.3 Campinas July/Sept. 2019 Effects of nickel fertilization on soybean growth in tropical soils.
PLANT PATHOLOGY 04/08/18 Meta‐analysis of fungicide efficacy on soybean target spot and cost–benefit assessment. Introduction Target spot, caused by Corynespora cassiicola, was first reported on soybean (Glycine max) in the United States in 1945 (Olive et al., 1945), and can now be found in most soybean‐growing countries.
Since its first report in 1976 in Brazil (Almeida et al., 1976), target spot has been considered a disease of limited importance. However, due to the widespread adoption of no‐till cultivation practices, sowing of susceptible cultivars and a decreased sensitivity of the pathogen to commonly used fungicides (Xavier et al., 2013), this disease has now established itself as endemic in Brazilian soybean‐growing regions, Paraguay, Bolivia and northern Argentina (Ploper et al., 2013).
The reddish‐brown leaf lesions, initially observed in the lower to middle part of the canopy, are round to irregular, varying from specks to mature spots of 1 cm or more in diameter (Snow & Berggren, 1989). Every year, technical reports are published summarizing the results from target spot UTFs. Where ). MOLECULAR NUTRITION FOOD RESEARCH - 2018 - Allergy to Peanut, Soybean, and Other Legumes: Recent Advances in Allergen Characterization, Stability to Processing and IgE Cross-Reactivity.
PLOS 22/06/10 Choosing Organic Pesticides over Synthetic Pesticides May Not Effectively Mitigate Environmental Risk in Soybeans. Abstract Background Selection of pesticides with small ecological footprints is a key factor in developing sustainable agricultural systems.
Policy guiding the selection of pesticides often emphasizes natural products and organic-certified pesticides to increase sustainability, because of the prevailing public opinion that natural products are uniformly safer, and thus more environmentally friendly, than synthetic chemicals. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON - 2017 - A visual guide to soybean growth stages. Rev. bras. gest. neg. vol.20 no.2 São Paulo Apr./Jun. 2018 Costs management in maize and soybean production.
Remote Sens. 2018, 10(5), A Geostatistical Approach for Modeling Soybean Crop Area and Yield Based on Census and Remote Sensing Data. Plant Physiol Biochem. 2018 Feb;123:8-17. Arsenic stress effects on root water absorption in soybean plants: Physiological and morphological aspects. JOURNAL OF PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY - 2018 - Effect of tillage practices and nutrient levels on economic, uptake and available nutrient in soybean based cropping systems.
Zhao, N.P. ShahInfluence of tea extract supplementation on bifidobacteria during soymilk fermentation Int J Food Microbiol, 188 (2014), pp. 36-44. Gest. Prod. vol.24 no.4 São Carlos Oct./Dec. 2017 Epub Oct 30, 2017 Relationships between the internationalization and operations strategies decisions of multinational companies in the soybean chain. 1 Introdução.
Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine Volume 7, Issue 10, October 2017, Lactic acid bacteria mediated fermented soybean as a potent nutraceutical candidate. W. Shurtleff, A. JOURNAL OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT 15/06/18 Risk Factors and Historic Levels of Pressure From Insect Pests of Seedling Corn, Cotton, Soybean, and Wheat in the United States.
Skip to Main Content Sign In Register Close Advanced Search Recommend to your Library. JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 28/07/14 HACCP model of kinema, a fermented soybean food. WORLDS TOP EXPORTS 04/11/17 Soya Beans Exports by Country. Soya beans sprouts Global sales from soya beans exports by country amounted to US$52.2 billion in 2016.Overall, the value of soya beans exports were down by an average -2.1% for all exporting countries since 2012 when soya beans shipments were valued at $53.3 billion. Year over year, the value of global soya beans exports increased by 2.3% from 2015 to 2016.Among continents, Latin America excluding Mexico plus the Caribbean accounted for the highest dollar worth of exported soya beans during 2016 with shipments valued at $25.3 billion or 48.4% of globally exported soya beans.
In second place were North American exporters at 47.5%.Smaller percentages of worldwide soya beans exports originated from Europe (3.3%), Asia (0.7%) and Africa (0.1%).The 4-digit Harmonized Tariff System code prefix for soya beans is 1201. CountriesAdvantagesOpportunitiesCompanies Countries Below are the 15 countries that exported the highest dollar value worth of soya beans during 2016: Advantages Opportunities. SOUTHEAST FARM PRESS 21/08/17 5 reasons fungicide programs fail.
It’s one of the most common questions I get during the back-half of the growing season: “Why didn’t my fungicide work?” This question quickly follows discovery of more disease in a field than was expected given a season-long fungicide program, or subsequent to the last fungicide application. Frustration at times like this is understandable; considerable time, effort and money are invested in each fungicide spray.
This frustration is often focused on the suspicion that the chemical itself failed to measure up to its promise. Angst at the product or at those who sell the product may be a natural reaction. However, identifying the true cause of the breakdown in control is much more important. If your fungicide program stumbled, there are at least 5 other reasons that lead to failure of disease control programs that should be considered before pointing a finger at the fungicide jug: The RATE was wrong or the rate was insufficient for effective management of disease.
Medicine (Baltimore). 2017 Aug; 96(33): e7802. Soy food intake and risk of gastric cancer. EFSA 20/09/17 Modification of the existing maximum residue level for bifenazate in soya bean. Rev. Ceres vol.64 no.3 Viçosa May./June 2017 Joint use of fungicides, insecticides and inoculants in the treatment of soybean seeds.
Plant Protection. Rev. bras. eng. agríc. ambient. vol.20 no.11 Campina Grande Nov. 2016 Quality of soybean seeds with high mechanical damage index after processing and storage. Literature Cited. AGFAX 19/01/17 Indiana: Corn and Soybean Field Guide Now Available. The 2017 edition of Purdue Extension’s Corn and Soybean Field Guide is now available through Extension’s The Education Store. This year, the corn and soybean production sections were revised and new soybean development photos were added, said Corey Gerber, director of Purdue’s Crop Diagnostic Training and Research Center (DTC) and lead author of the guide.
The publication covers most of the common issues grain producers face year to year. “It is a great tool to keep in the truck or tractor, especially when scouting throughout the growing season,” said Braden Carpenter, DTC assistant director and co-author of the field guide. “Not only is it packed with the latest information on common field issues, but it also provides many photos that can help growers accurately diagnose problems they see in their fields and furthermore feel confident in what steps to take in the management of those problems.” Rev. Ceres vol.64 no.3 Viçosa May./June 2017 Joint use of fungicides, insecticides and inoculants in the treatment of soybean seeds. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture a nd Biotechnology (IJEAB) - NOV 2016 - Field Evaluation of Different Modules against Insect Pest and Diseases of Soybean.
Références universitaires. GENOK - JANV 2012 - Soybean Production in the Southern Cone of the Americas: Update on Land and Pesticide Use. INQUIRY (UNIVERSITE DU MINNESOTA) 17/07/15 Precision farming targets major threat to soybean crops. Over the last 15 years, farmers across the U.S. have faced a daunting challenge. The soybean aphid, an invasive species first reported in the U.S. in 2000, has flourished on farms. These tiny yellow insects can destroy up to 40 percent of a soybean field when left unchecked. This is bad news for Minnesota, where soybeans are the top export crop and farmers produce 3 billion bushels of beans a year, according to the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council.
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics - 2010 - Groundnut and soybean economies of Asia: facts, trends. As. J. Food Ag-Ind. 2011, 4(05), 335-341 Improvement of the quality and shelf-life of minced beef mixed with soy protein by Sage. NSW GOVERNMENT 12/03/13 New variety transforms soybean production. PLOS 10/10/12 Increasing Cropping System Diversity Balances Productivity, Profitability and Environmental Health.
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings, Vol. 10. pp. 115 - 120 2011 A sustainable approach to increased soybean production. IOWA SATE UNIVERSITY - 2010 - Thèse en ligne : Effect of agronomic practices on sudden death syndrome of soybean in Iowa. Cienc. Rural vol.41 no.7 Santa Maria July 2011 Seed treatment with fungicides and insecticides reducing the hydric stress on soy.