Soybean A New Plant Model in Studying Iron Deficiency Responses in Plants

International Conference on Biological Sciences


Soybean A New Frontier in Understanding the Iron Deficiency Tolerance Mechanisms in Plants
Aksoy, Emre; TINDAŞ, İLKNUR; ÇALIŞKAN, SEVGİ (2016-05-30)
Soybean: A new frontier in understanding the iron deficiency tolerance mechanisms in plants
Aksoy, Emre; Maqbool, Amir; Tindas, İlknur; Caliskan, Sevgi (2017-09-01)
© 2016, Springer International Publishing Switzerland.Background: Soybean (Glycine max L.) is an agronomic crop belonging to the legume family, and is the top second plant species with the highest iron (Fe) content. When exposed to Fe-deficiency during growth in the field, soybean yields are negatively affected from impaired chlorophyll biosynthesis, which is called as Fe-deficiency chlorosis (IDC). Although IDC in soybeans has been observed for years, the molecular studies to develop IDC-tolerant soybean c...
Soybean Breeding Program Concentrating on Seed Iron Content
Aksoy, Emre; MAQBOOL, AMIR; ÇALIŞKAN, SEVGİ (2018-05-12)
Soy protein isolate production.
Bayındırlı, A Levent; Department of Food Engineering (1986)
Sesame seed as an alternative plant protein source: A comprehensive physicochemical characterisation study for alkaline, salt and enzyme-assisted extracted samples
Mazi, Bekir Gokcen; Köysüren, Begüm; Öztop, Halil Mecit (2021-01-01)
Sesame seed is mostly utilised for its oil but also the waste of the oil processing; the seed meal has also significant potential to be used as an alternative protein source. In this study, the goal is to produce sesame seed protein by using three different techniques; alkaline, salt and enzyme-assisted extraction. A comprehensive physicochemical characterisation of the extracts was performed. Total and soluble protein contents, emulsification activity & emulsion stability, FTIR spectroscopy, hydration beha...
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E. Aksoy, “Soybean A New Plant Model in Studying Iron Deficiency Responses in Plants,” presented at the International Conference on Biological Sciences, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: