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- Rackis, J.J.
- Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 1974 v.51 no.1 pp. 161A
- Glycine max; soybeans; soybean products; soybean meal; soy protein; antinutritional factors; animal growth; detoxification (processing); food processing; proteinase inhibitors; phytohemagglutinin; goitrogens; flatulence; allergenicity; human nutrition; human health; nutritive value
- ... There are limitations to which one is justified in drawing broad generalizations concerning the diverse biological and physiological effects of soy protein products. Nevertheless, there appear to be two distinct situations: (A.) Proper heat treatment exerts a beneficial effect upon the nutritive value of whole soybeans, full-fat and defatted meal. Associated with proper heating is inactivation of ...
- Wolf, W.J.
- Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 1974 v.51 no.1 pp. 63A
- soybean products; soy protein; crop production; soybeans; Glycine max; food processing; physicochemical properties; protein structure; nutritive value; protein value; food additives; ingredients; agronomic traits
- ... Important references on soybean have been selected and the bibliography is listed alphabetically by author or patent assignee. A classification and subject guide to the bibliography is provided so that references relating to the production of individual soybean protein forms, their properties and food uses can be easily obtained. ...