Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Soybean

Bio-Active Compounds

Edited by Hany El-Shemy

Cairo University

Legumes are important for the diet of a significant part of the world's population; they are a good source of protein, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. The "importance of soybean" lies in the overall agriculture and trade and in its contribution to food supply. Soybean contains the highest protein content and has no cholesterol in comparison with conventional legume and animal food sources. Furthermore, soybean is a cheap source of food, and at the same time medicinal due to its genistein, photochemical, isoflavones content. Soybean has been found to be extremely helpful in the fight against heart disease, cancer and diabetes, among others. Soybean protein and calories are presently being used to prevent body wasting often associated with HIV. The importance of soybean nutrition intervention is amplified where medications are unavailable. Its economic potential inherent in a wide range of industrial uses can be harnessed to the benefit of smallholder soybean producers.

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SoybeanBio-Active CompoundsEdited by Hany El-Shemy

Published: February 20th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/45866

ISBN: 978-953-51-0977-8

Copyright year: 2013

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45001 Total Chapter Downloads

16 Crossref Citations

18 Web of Science Citations

54 Dimensions Citations

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1. Critical Evaluation of Soybean Role in Animal Production Chains Based on the Valorization of Locally Produced Feedstuff

By Stefano Tavoletti

1196

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2. Advanced Techniques in Soybean Biodiesel

By Mauricio G. Fonseca, Luciano N. Batista, Viviane F. Silva, Erica C. G. Pissurno, Thais C. Soares, Monique R. Jesus and Georgiana F. Cruz

1312

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3. Facilities for Obtaining Soybean Oil in Small Plants

By Ednilton Tavares de Andrade, Luciana Pinto Teixeira, Ivênio Moreira da Silva, Roberto Guimarães Pereira, Oscar Edwin Piamba Tulcan and Danielle Oliveira de Andrade

2177

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4. Phytoestrogens and Colon Cancer

By B. Pampaloni, C. Mavilia, E. Bartolini, F. Tonelli, M.L. Brandi and Federica D'Asta

1110

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5. Bowman-Birk Protease Inhibitor as a Potential Oral Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

By Farinaz Safavi and Abdolmohamad Rostami

1213

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6. Soybean Oil Derivatives for Fuel and Chemical Feedstocks

By Joanna McFarlane

1734

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7. Effect of Dietary Plant Lipids on Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) Concentrations in Beef and Lamb Meats

By Pilar Teresa Garcia and Jorge J. Casal

1480

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8. Value - Added Products from Soybean: Removal of Anti- Nutritional Factors via Bioprocessing

By Liyan Chen, Ronald L. Madl, Praveen V. Vadlani, Li Li and Weiqun Wang

4171

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9. Soybean and Isoflavones – From Farm to Fork

By Michel Mozeika Araújo, Gustavo Bernardes Fanaro and Anna Lucia Casañas Haasis Villavicencio

2334

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10. Evaluation of Soybean Straw as Litter Material in Poultry Production and Substrate in Composting of Broiler Carcasses

By Valeria Maria Nascimento Abreu, Paulo Giovanni de Abreu, Doralice Pedroso de Paiva, Arlei Coldebella, Fátima Regina Ferreira Jaenisch, Taiana Cestonaro and Virginia Santiago Silva

1759

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11. Acrylated-Epoxidized Soybean Oil-Based Polymers and Their Use in the Generation of Electrically Conductive Polymer Composites

By Susana Hernández López and Enrique Vigueras Santiago

2530

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12. Soybean and Prostate Cancer

By Xiaomeng Li, Ying Xu and Ichiro Tsuji

1249

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13. Soybean Meal and The Potential for Upgrading Its Feeding Value by Enzyme Supplementation

By D. Pettersson and K. Pontoppidan

2507

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14. Soybean in Monogastric Nutrition: Modifications to Add Value and Disease Prevention Properties

By Samuel N. Nahashon and Agnes K. Kilonzo-Nthenge

2057

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15. The Effects of Hydrogenation on Soybean Oil

By Fred A. Kummerow

2328

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16. Variability for Phenotype, Anthocyanin Indexes, and Flavonoids in Accessions from a Close Relative of Soybean, Neonotonia wightii (Wright & Arn. J.A. Lackey) in the U.S. Germplasm Collection for Potential Use as a Health Forage

By J.B. Morris, M.L. Wang and B. Tonnis

967

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17. Soybean: Non-Nutritional Factors and Their Biological Functionality

By A. Cabrera-Orozco, C. Jiménez-Martínez and G. Dávila-Ortiz

2350

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18. Approach for Dispersing a Hydrophilic Compound as Nanoparticles Into Soybean Oil Using Evaporation Technique

By Kenjiro Koga

1800

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19. Recent Advances on Soybean Isoflavone Extraction and Enzymatic Modification of Soybean Oil

By Masakazu Naya and Masanao Imai

2049

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20. Soybean, Nutrition and Health

By Sherif M. Hassan

2336

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21. Brazilian Soybean Varieties for Human Use

By Neusa Fátima Seibel, Fernanda Périco Alves, Marcelo Álvares de Oliveira and Rodrigo Santos Leite

1135

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22. Effects of Soybean Trypsin Inhibitor on Hemostasis

By Eugene A. Borodin, Igor E. Pamirsky, Mikhail A. Shtarberg, Vladimir A. Dorovskikh, Alexander V. Korotkikh, Chie Tarumizu, Kiyoharu Takamatsu and Shigeru Yamamoto

1405

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23. Potential Use of Soybean Flour (Glycine max) in Food Fortification

By O. E. Adelakun, K. G. Duodu, E. Buys and B. F. Olanipekun

2522

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24. Food, Nutrition and Health

By Eduardo Fuentes, Luis Guzmán, Gilda Carrasco, Elba Leiva, Rodrigo Moore-Carrasco and Iván Palomo

1280

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