Changes in the Relationship Between Temperature During the Seed-Filling Period and Soya Bean Seed Isoflavones Under Water-Deficit Conditions

@inproceedings{Carrera2016ChangesIT,
  title={Changes in the Relationship Between Temperature During the Seed-Filling Period and Soya Bean Seed Isoflavones Under Water-Deficit Conditions},
  author={Constanza S. Carrera and Julio L Dardanelli},
  year={2016}
}
Isoflavones have been shown to have health-promoting activities in humans and are particularly abundant in soya bean. This study was conducted to determine how water deficit during seed fill affects the already known relationship between temperature and, alternately, solar radiation with soya bean seed isoflavone content. Isoflavone profile was analysed from seed samples of commercial cultivars grown in 76 environments in Argentina (29–38°S). Significant explanatory multiple linear regressions… CONTINUE READING

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