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Soybean protein and oil percentages determined by infrared analysis

R. W. Rinne

Soybean protein and oil percentages determined by infrared analysis

by R. W. Rinne

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Published by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [Peoria, Ill.] .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby R. W. Rinne ... [et al.]. -
SeriesU.S. Agricultural Research Service. North Central Region. ARS-NC ; 26
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Paginationfolder (6 p.) ill. -
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Open LibraryOL25585828M
OCLC/WorldCa2033326

  The objectives of this study were to present an expanded soybean RFLP map and to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] for seed protein and oil content. The study population was formed from a cross between a G. max experimental line (A) and a G. soja Sieb. and Zucc. plant introduction (PI ).Cited by:   Future milestones for each objective from the new project plan will be listed in the Report of Progress (AD) for the replacement project, D, entitled "Genetic enhancement of soybean seed value by biotechnology." 3. Milestones: A. List the milestones (from the list in Question #2) that were scheduled to be addressed in FY

yield and seed oil and protein yield and percentages in the prevailing crop growing conditions (Assadi and Mahmoodi, ). Undoubtedly, the optimal application of plant nutrients has a significant role in increasing the yield and quality of soybean and its oil. Zinc deficiency is one of the most important and.   World consumption of soybean (Glycine max) in was over million metric tons, with approximately 50% of this supply coming from U.S. production, where soybean plantings on an annual basis are over 77 million ha. Soybeans are desired on the marketplace as a valuable source of protein and oil.

Kovalenko, Igor Vasylyovych, "Determination of amino and fatty acid composition of soybeans using near-infrared spectroscopy "().Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. Soybeans are an excellent source of essential amino acids and complement most forages, but have some limitations. Save For Later Print. Updated: May 9, Incorporating soybeans and their byproducts in the rations for dairy cattle is a fairly common practice. They are an excellent source of essential amino acids and they fit into any type of.


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Soybean protein and oil percentages determined by infrared analysis. [Peoria, Ill.]: Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Average Soybean Protein and Oil at 13 percent Moisture: Crop Year * Soybeans are used and valued on the basis of the specific compositional characteristics that they possess.

Since soybeans are relatively high in both protein. protein and oil [1], and its economic value can be deter-mined by seed protein and oil content. Protein in soy-bean seed ranges from to g/kg with a mean of g/kg, and oil ranges from 83 to g/kg with a mean of g/kg [2].

The concentration of saturated fatty acids in soybean oil ranges from to g/kg. Analysis of Seed Protein and Oil from Soybean Northern and Southern Region Uniform Tests R. Yaklich,* B. Vinyard, M. Camp, and S. Douglass ABSTRACT found oil concentration to be higher in the hotter, dryer Protein and oil concentration are seed constituents that make soy- year with the highest soybean oil samples coming from.

From 1 ton of soybean, kg of soybean oil (19%), kg of soybean meal and 18 kg of residues are obtained (Panicelli et al, ). The typical composition of crude soybean oil (Hammond et.

The protein recovery ranged between 68 and %. Using this method, the protein content of 14 refined and nonrefined oils was determined. In none of the refined oils were proteins detected, whereas the protein content of the unrefined oils ranged between undetectable in extra virgin olive oil to 11 mg/kg in rapeseed by: In order to rapidly detect soybean quality between samples from different areas, we have developed near‐infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) models.

Protein and Oil Content of Soybeans Received at Country Elevators Abstract Soybeans received at 12 central Iowa elevators in were analyzed for protein and oil content.

The standard deviation among deliveries to an individual elevator was and percentage points for protein and oil, respectively. Soybean seeds were collected at harvest maturity (R8) for seed protein, oil and fatty acid, and mineral analysis. Seed Protein, Oil, and Fatty Acid Analyses. Seeds from each soybean pot were sampled and analyzed for protein, oil and fatty acids using near-infrared (NIR) reflectance diode array feed analyzer (Perten, Spring Field, IL, USA Cited by: 4.

bean oil, such as epoxidation, can enhance its properties (reactivity) for certain industrial applications. In a fully epoxidized soybean oil, the linolenic acid with three dou-ble bonds (positions 9, 12, and 15), is more reactive than linoleic, which contains two double bonds per molecule.

Epoxidation of fatty acids is a reaction of a carbon–. Soybean is a major source of high quality protein and oil [1], and soybean seed quality is often determined by seed protein, oil, fatty acid, and mineral content.

There-fore, improving soybean seed quality is key to improv-ing human and animal nutrition. Soybean seed protein concentration ranges from to g kg-1 of total seedFile Size: KB.

The objectives of this study were to present an expanded soybean RFLP map and to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] for seed protein and oil content. The study population was formed from a cross between a G. max experimental line (A) and a G.

soja Sieb. and Zucc. plant introduction (PI ). A total of markers Cited by: Protein and oil concentrations were determined from a composite sample of replications of the line at a location and reported on a moisture-free basis. The methods of analysis for protein and oil concentration changed as newer methods be-came available and included the Kjeldahl method, NMR, IR reflectance, and NIR transmittance.

The chemical. For validation, 10 unknown samples were selected for analysis by near infrared spectrum. The result demonstrated that the relative standard deviation between predict value and chemical value was less than %.

That was to say that transmission reflection-near infrared spectroscopy had a good veracity in analysis of fatty acids of soybean oil Cited by: 1.

ATR-FT-IR spectra of conservation-related materials in the MID-IR and FAR-IR region. weight loss was attributed to changes in weight per seed of oil and protein. When compared to the irrigated treatments, the oil and protein percentages of the dryland seed varied.

This variation was dependant upon the balance between reduction in seed weight and response of the oil or protein to the pattern of stress.

In one season, Rose reportedFile Size: KB. It seems fitting to open a book on sampling soybean-associated arthropods with a definition of the habitat in which these arthropods are sampled.

Rinne, R.W., S. Gibbons, J. Bradley, R. Seif, and C.A. Brim. Soybean protein and oil percentages determined by infrared analysis. Turnipseed S.G.

() Soybean Growth and Assessment of Cited by: Soybean oil nutrition facts. Soybean oil is one of the cheif poly-unsaturated cooking oils.

g oil provides calories. It is one of the cooking oils with high smoke point; °F, similar to peanut oil. This property of soybean can be employed in setting oil at higher temperatures while deep frying.

Soybean oil has a very good lipid profile. Chemical and nutritional composition of soybean products D-1 E. Official standards of some soybean products E-1 F. Sampling soy products F-1 G. Physical evaluation and equipment G-1 H. Chemical analyses H-1 Moisture H-2 Ash H-3 Protein H-4 File Size: 1MB.

The purpose of our study was to as certain the accuracy and precision with which the GQA could estimate the oil and protein content of grains anc soybean (Glycine max (L.) (determined by oven-drying ground samples at C for 48 hours) at the time of analysis. All protein and oil percentages were calculated on an “as is” by: 8.

1. Introduction. Inapproximately million tons of soybeans were produced worldwide. This represents approximately % of the total cereal production in Soybeans are an important food source for humans and animals and contain considerably more protein and oil than many other protein and oil content of soybeans are considered to be important Cited by: Effects of crop rotation on soybean (Glycine max (L) Merr.) seed composition have not been well investigated.

Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the effects of soybean-corn (Zea mays L.) rotations on seed protein, oil, and fatty acids composition on soybean. Soybeans were grown at Stoneville, MS, from to in five different scheduled cropping by: Compositional analysis (oil, protein, and fiber content) of soybean end-use traits at the first point of sale is a growing trend that will soon become a common grain industry practice.

Technology is available today that can measure oil, protein, and fiber .