It is a annual summer leguminous plant, native to eastern Asia; economically the most important bean in the world. The soyabean is an erect, branching plant, resembling in its early growth ordinary field beans. Varieties range in height from 30 centimetres to 2 metres. The deep roots are responsible in part for the great resistance to drought offered by soyabeans.
The seeds are usually yellow green, brown or black but may be bicoloured. No truly white or red seeds are known. The commonest bicoloured patterns are green or yellow with a saddle-like patch of black or brown extending down on each side of hilum all types seed scar. The soyabean succeeds on nearly all types of soils but does best on fertile or sandy loams.
Soyabeans which are low in starch and high in fat and protein are sometimes used as a meat substitute. Most U.S. soyabeans are made into oil and meal. The oil is principally used for food and also in paint, chemical and other industries.
Apart from eating them as cooked vegetables, we can make a flour of soyabeans and use it for the relief of swollen testicles, swollen breasts and to the eyelids where there is excessive watering of the eyes.
Benefit and uses of Soyabean.
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