soybean plant

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Synonyms for soybean plant

erect bushy hairy annual herb having trifoliate leaves and purple to pink flowers

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Rows and rows of drought-stricken soybean plants lined test plots in the Sandhills area of North Carolina.
In dual and multiple choice tests cotton balls were greatly preferred as ovipositional substrates over soybean leaflets or bean pods, and cotton balls are as acceptable as a living soybean plant. The use of cotton balls greatly simplifies routine maintenance of laboratory colonies.
"Unlike their ancestors, today's soybean plants are grown in nice, clean, relatively disease-free fields," says Ed Cleveland, a microbiologist and research leader of SRRC's Food and Feed Safety Research Unit, temporarily based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Duncan (1986) proposed a three phase theory describing the relationship between soybean plant density and yield.
The current investigation aims to evaluate repercussions of feeding regimes, constituted by combinations of vegetative and reproductive organs available in soybean plants at different stages of development, in consumption and utilization of food by H.
nigrispinus nymphs were separated into groups of 60 per organza bag (30 X 60 cm) in pots encompassing a soybean plant at the V6 or V7 to R6 phenological stages.
Soy isoflavones are naturally occurring, plant-based estrogens found in the soybean plant. They are often found in foods such as soymilk, as well as supplements.
Profusely illustrated throughout, "Compendium of Soybean Diseases" is enhanced with the inclusion of an introduction providing background information about the history and growth of the soybean plant along with a contemporary discussion of the importance of soybean pathogens and presents in the world's chief soybean-producing countries.
This study was designed to directly quantify impacts from deer browsing on soybean plant growth and yield on a small farmed research area in southwestern Ohio.
It appears from these data that accumulated GDU 10's are likely an important factor in determining a soybean plant's physiological development in the midsouth similar to what has been reported for the Northern Great Plains Kandel and Akyuz [19].
Identification of soybean plant characteristics that indicate the timing of drought stress.
Soybean plant is classified as oilseed rather than pulse crop as approximately 85% of the world's soybean crop is processed into soybean meal and vegetable oil.
"To our knowledge, this is the first report on the presence of cerium dioxide and zinc compounds in the reproductive and edible portions of the soybean plant grown in farm soil with cerium dioxide and zinc oxide nanoparticles.