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FDA Poisonous Plant Database
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Results for Search Term = soy
288 records have been found.

AUTHOR(S): Adams, N. R.
TITLE: “Phytoestrogens.”
YEAR: 1989 CITATION: Cheeke PR (ed) Toxicants of plant origin. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, 4 (Chap 2), 23-51 [English]
FDA #: F10349 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Aherne, F. X.; Bowland, J. P.; Christian, R. G.; Vogtmann, H.; Hardin, R. T.
TITLE: “Performance and histological changes in tissues of pigs fed diets containing high or low erucic acid rapeseed oils or soybean oil.”
YEAR: 1975 CITATION: Can J Anim Sci, 55, 77-85 [English]
FDA #: F20170 || GRIN: 311781
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Brassicaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Brassica napus L. var. napus
AUTHOR(S): Akinsoyinu, A.; Jacquemet, N.; Carneiro, H.; Sahlu, T.; Lu, C. D,; Fernandez, J. M.
TITLE: “Mimosine effects on in vitro fermentation patterns and in sacco release of mineral elements from Leucaena in the goat.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: J Anim Sci, 68 (Suppl 1), 406 [English]
FDA #: F23320 || GRIN: 6761 (Genus)
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Leucaena
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Leucaena genus
AUTHOR(S): AlemanyVall, R.
TITLE: “Rhinitis and dermatitis caused by exotic woods.”
YEAR: 1958 CITATION: Occupational allergy. Charles C Thomas Publ. Springfield, Illinois, , 273-277 [English]
FDA #: F20669 || GRIN: 312067
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Pterocarpus soyauxii
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Pterocarpus soyauxii Taub.
AUTHOR(S): Alexander, J. C.; Mattson, F. H.
TITLE: “A nutritional comparison of rapeseed oil and soybean oil.”
YEAR: 1966 CITATION: Can J Biochem, 44, 35-43 [English]
FDA #: F14540 || GRIN: 409456
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Brassicaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Brassica rapa L. subsp. campestris (L.) A. R. Clapham
AUTHOR(S): Alexander, J. C.; Mattson, F. H.
TITLE: “A nutritional comparison of rapeseed oil and soybean oil.”
YEAR: 1966 CITATION: Can J Biochem, 44, 35-43 [English]
FDA #: F14540 || GRIN: 311781
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Brassicaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Brassica napus L. var. napus
AUTHOR(S): Allen, J. G.; Stovold, G. E.; Blaney, B. J.; Smith, H. J. P.; Shaw, T. J.; Tyler, A. L.
TITLE: “The toxicogenicity of isolates of Phomopsis and Diaporthe spp. obtained from soybean plants and the apparent production of cytochalasins by Phomopsis longicola.”
YEAR: 1992 CITATION: James LF et al (eds) Poisonous plants. Iowa State University Press. Ames, Iowa, , 251-258 [English]
FDA #: F19229 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Almquist, H. J.; Merritt, J. B.
TITLE: “Effect of soybean antitrypsin on growth of the chick.”
YEAR: 1952 CITATION: Arch Biochem, 35, 352-354 [English]
FDA #: F14541 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Almquist, H. J.; Merritt, J. B.
TITLE: “Effect of raw soybean meal on growth of the chick.”
YEAR: 1952 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 79, 277-279 [English]
FDA #: F16029 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Anderson, D. W.; Howard, H. W.
TITLE: “Feeding of soybean products and development of goiter.”
YEAR: 1959 CITATION: Pediatrics, 24, 854-855 [English]
FDA #: F07697 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): AndradeDosSantos, J.; Soares, A. F.; LauvegildoDosSantos, E.; Rosa, I. V.
TITLE: “[Concerning the absence of goitrogenic factors in soybean oil for cooking.]”
YEAR: 1971 CITATION: Pesq Agr Brasil Vet, 6, 87-89 [Portugese]
FDA #: F10629 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Anonymous
TITLE: “Raw soybeans and cystine metabolism.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: Nutr Review, 23, 346-348 [English]
FDA #: F17933 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Anonymous
TITLE: “Product: soybeans in bulk, at Chesapeake, E. Dist, VA.”
YEAR: 1987 CITATION: FDA Consumer, 21 (9), 37 [English]
FDA #: F12832 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Anonymous
TITLE: “Problem of phytoalexin products in food plants discussed.”
YEAR: 1989 CITATION: Food Chem News, (Aug 7), 7-8 [English]
FDA #: F22544 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Aregheore, E. M.
TITLE: “A review of toxicity factors in some food and feedingstuffs in the nutrition of man and livestock in Nigeria.”
YEAR: 1992 CITATION: Vet Human Toxicol, 34 (1), 71-73 [English]
FDA #: F25318 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Arnold, S. J.
TITLE: “Eastern black nightshade: An increasing concern for soybean and forage producers.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: Crops Soils, 37 (9), 29-31 [English]
FDA #: F15960 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): ArredondoPeter, R.; Hargrove, M. S.; Moran, J. F.; Sarath, G.; Klucas, R. V.
TITLE: “Plant hemoglobins.”
YEAR: 1998 CITATION: Plant Physiol, 118 (4), 1121-1125 [English]
FDA #: F24078 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Avanzi, C. F.
TITLE: “[Thyroid-inhibiting effects of soya beans.]”
YEAR: 1972 CITATION: Agr Ital, 72, 293-296 [Italian]
FDA #: F09847 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Axelson, M.; Kirk, D. N.; Farrant, R. D.; Cooley, G.; Lawson, A. M.; Setchell, K. D. R.
TITLE: “The identification of the weak oestrogen equol [7-hydroxy-3-(4′-hydroxyphenyl)chroman.] in human urine.”
YEAR: 1982 CITATION: Biochem J, 201, 353-357 [English]
FDA #: F12925 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Axelson, M.; Sjovall, J.; Gustafsson, B. E.; Setchell, K. D. R.
TITLE: “soya – a dietary source of the non-steroidal oestrogen equol in man and animals.”
YEAR: 1984 CITATION: J Endocrinol, 102, 49-56 [English]
FDA #: F18133 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Bain, D. C.; Patel, B. N.
TITLE: “Reaction of soybeans to Fusarium moniliforme.”
YEAR: 1973 CITATION: Phytopathology, 62, 801 [English]
FDA #: F03810 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Baintner, K.
TITLE: “Trypsin-inhibitor and chymotrypsin-inhibitor studies with soybean extracts.”
YEAR: 1981 CITATION: J Agr Food Chem, 29, 201-203 [English]
FDA #: F12032 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Balloun, S. L.; Johnson, E. L.
TITLE: “Anticoagulant properties of unheated soybean meal in chick diets.”
YEAR: 1953 CITATION: Arch Biochem, 42, 355-359 [English]
FDA #: F04863 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Barnes, R. H.; Kwong, E.
TITLE: “Effect of soybean trypsin inhibitor and penicillin on cystine biosynthesis in the pancreas and its transport as exocrine protein secretion in the intestinal tract of the rat.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: J Nutr, 86 (3), 245-252 [English]
FDA #: F14721 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Becker, D. E.; Adams, C. R.; Terrill, S. W.; Meade, R. J.
TITLE: “The influence of heat treatment and solvent upon the nutritive value of soybean oil meal for swine.”
YEAR: 1953 CITATION: J Anim Sci, 12, 107-116 [English]
FDA #: F06838 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean oil meal || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Bell, E. A.
TITLE: “Toxic compounds in seeds.”
YEAR: 1984 CITATION: Murray DR (ed) Seed physiology. Academic Press. New York, 1, 245-264 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: Glycine max || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Birk, Y.; Bondi, A.; Gestetner, B.; Ishaaya, I.
TITLE: “A thermostable haemolytic factor in soybeans.”
YEAR: 1963 CITATION: Nature, 197 (4872), Mar 16, 1089-1090 [English]
FDA #: F07851 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Booth, A. N.; Robbins, D. J.; Ribelin, W. E.; DeEds, F.
TITLE: “Effect of raw soybean meal and amino acids on pancreatic hypertrophy in rats.”
YEAR: 1960 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 104, 681-683 [English]
FDA #: F08143 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Booth, A. N.; Robbins, D. J.; Ribelin, W. E.; DeEds, F.; Smith, A. K.; Rackis, J. J.
TITLE: “Prolonged pancreatic hypertrophy and reversibility in rats fed raw soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 116, 1067-1069 [English]
FDA #: F08856 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Borchers, R.
TITLE: “Growth inhibitor in raw soybeans.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Fed Proceed, 23 (2 Part 1), 500 [English]
FDA #: F15029 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Borchers, R.
TITLE: “Raw soybean feeding decreases transamidinase activity.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 115, 893-894 [English]
FDA #: F08855 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Borchers, R.; Ackerson, C. W.; Sandstedt, R. M.
TITLE: “Trypsin inhibitor. III. Determination and heat destruction of the trypsin inhibitor of soybeans.”
YEAR: 1947 CITATION: Arch Biochem, 12, 367-374 [English]
FDA #: F16235 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Borchers, R.; Ackerson, C. W.; Mussehl, F. E.; Moehl, A.
TITLE: “Trypsin inhibitor. VIII. Growth inhibiting properties of a soybean trypsin inhibitor.”
YEAR: 1948 CITATION: Arch Biochem, 19, 317-322 [English]
FDA #: F15031 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Borchers, R.; Andersen, S. M.; Spelts, J.
TITLE: “Rate of respiratory carbon-14 dioxide excretion after injection of C14-amino acids in rats fed raw soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: J Nutr, 86 (3), 253-255 [English]
FDA #: F15005 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Borio, E. B. L.
TITLE: “[Human poisoning by plants.]”
YEAR: 1973 CITATION: Trib Farm Parana Brasil, 41 (1-2), 37-60 [Portugese]
FDA #: F24775 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soja || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Bornstein, S.; Lipstein, B.
TITLE: “The influence of age of chicks on their sensitivity to raw soybean oil meal.”
YEAR: 1963 CITATION: Poultry Sci, 42, 61-70 [English]
FDA #: F08145 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Bowman, D. E.
TITLE: “Fractions derived from soybeans and navy beans which retard tryptic digestion of casein.”
YEAR: 1944 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 57, 139-140 [English]
FDA #: F15045 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Bowman, D. E.
TITLE: “Differentiation of soy bean antitryptic factors.”
YEAR: 1946 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 63, 547-550 [English]
FDA #: F15830 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Bray, D. J.
TITLE: “Pancreatic hypertrophy in laying pullets induced by unheated soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Poultry Sci, 43 (2), 382-384 [English]
FDA #: F08848 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Caldwell, K.
TITLE: “Induction of ornithine decarboxylase activity in weanling rat pancreas by an orally administered soy protein isolate.”
YEAR: 1987 CITATION: Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 87, 483-489 [English]
FDA #: F11099 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Card, L. E.
TITLE: “The effect of soybean on hatchability.”
YEAR: 1942 CITATION: Poultry Sci, 21, 467 [English]
FDA #: F14763 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Carlson, C. W.; Saxena, H. C.; Jensen, L. S.; McGinnis, J.
TITLE: “Rachitogenic activity of soybean fractions.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: J Nutr, 82, 507-511 [English]
FDA #: F15147 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Carlson, C. W.; McGinnis, J.; Jensen, L. S.
TITLE: “Anti-rachitic effects of soybean preparations for turkey poults.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: J Nutr, 82, 366-370 [English]
FDA #: F15146 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Case, A. A.
TITLE: “Poisonous seeds.”
YEAR: — CITATION: Univ Missouri Handout, , 2 pages [English]
FDA #: F06765 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Castanon, J. I. R.; Perez, L. J.
TITLE: “Substitution of fixed amounts of soybean meal for field beans (Vicia faba), sweet lupines, (Lupinus albus), cull peas (Pisum sativum) and vetches (Vicia sativa) in diets for high performance laying leghorn hens.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: Br Poultry Sci, 31 (1), 173-180 [English]
FDA #: F04030 || GRIN: 300472
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: pea
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Pisum sativum
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Pisum sativum L.
AUTHOR(S): Castanon, J. I. R.; Perez, L. J.
TITLE: “Substitution of fixed amounts of soybean meal for field beans (Vicia faba), sweet lupines, (Lupinus albus), cull peas (Pisum sativum) and vetches (Vicia sativa) in diets for high performance laying leghorn hens.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: Br Poultry Sci, 31 (1), 173-180 [English]
FDA #: F04030 || GRIN: 22802
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Lupinus albus
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Lupinus albus L.
AUTHOR(S): Castanon, J. I. R.; Perez, L. J.
TITLE: “Substitution of fixed amounts of soybean meal for field beans (Vicia faba), sweet lupines, (Lupinus albus), cull peas (Pisum sativum) and vetches (Vicia sativa) in diets for high performance laying leghorn hens.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: Br Poultry Sci, 31 (1), 173-180 [English]
FDA #: F04030 || GRIN: 300667
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Vicia sativa
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Vicia sativa L.
AUTHOR(S): Castanon, J. I. R.; Perez, L. J.
TITLE: “Substitution of fixed amounts of soybean meal for field beans (Vicia faba), sweet lupines, (Lupinus albus), cull peas (Pisum sativum) and vetches (Vicia sativa) in diets for high performance laying leghorn hens.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: Br Poultry Sci, 31 (1), 173-180 [English]
FDA #: F04030 || GRIN: 300661
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Vicia faba
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Vicia faba L.
AUTHOR(S): Cheeke, P. R.; Shull, L. R.
TITLE: “Metal-binding substances and inorganic toxicants.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: Cheeke PR & Shull LR (eds) Natural toxicants in feeds & poisonous plants. AVI Publ. Westport, Connecticut, (Chap 9), 314-331 [English]
FDA #: FB0007 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Cheeke, P. R.; Shull, L. R.
TITLE: “Tannins and polyphenolic compounds.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: Cheeke PR & Shull LR (eds) Natural toxicants in feeds & poisonous plants. AVI Publ. Westport, Connecticut, (Chap 10), 332-357 [English]
FDA #: FB0006 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Cheeke, P. R.
TITLE: “Perspectives on human health concerns arising from natural toxicants in feeds and poisonous plants.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: Vet Human Toxicol, 32 (Suppl), 71-75 [English]
FDA #: F06437 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Cherington, M.; Greenberg, H.; soyer, A.
TITLE: “Guanidine and germine in botulism.”
YEAR: 1973 CITATION: Clin Toxicol, 6 (1), 83-89 [English]
FDA #: F03455 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Clarke, E.; Wiseman, J.
TITLE: “Effect of varying trypsin inhibitor activity of full fat soya on nutritional value for broiler chicks.”
YEAR: 2004 CITATION: Acamovic et al (eds) Poisonous plants and related poisons. CABI. Wallingford, UK, 1 (Chap 77), 512-519
FDA #: F25957 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Collins, J. L.; Beaty, B. F.
TITLE: “Heat inactivation of trypsin inhibitor in fresh green soybeans and physiological responses of rats fed the beans.”
YEAR: 1980 CITATION: J Food Sci, 45, 542-546 [English]
FDA #: F14638 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merrill
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Cooper, M. R.; Johnson, A. W.
TITLE: “Poisonous Plants in Britain and Their Effects on Animals and Man.”
YEAR: 1984 CITATION: Ministry Agr Fish Food, Ref Book 161, [English]
FDA #: —— || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Craig, J. F.; Kehoe, D.
TITLE: “Plant poisoning.”
YEAR: 1925 CITATION: Vet Record, 5 (38), 795-825 [English]
FDA #: F06913 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soya bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Crane, T. D.
TITLE: “Plant poisoning in animals – a bibliography. Part II.”
YEAR: 1973 CITATION: Vet Bull, 43 (5), 231-249 [English]
FDA #: F06919 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Crosby, D. G.
TITLE: “Natural cholinesterase inhibitors in food.”
YEAR: 1966 CITATION: NAS/NRC Toxicants occurring naturally in foods., , 112-116 [English]
FDA #: F06942 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max L.
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Cross, R. F.
TITLE: “Observations on the bovine hemorrhagic disease caused by trichloroethylene-processed soybean oil meal.”
YEAR: 1953 CITATION: J Am Vet Med Assoc, (Feb), 103-105 [English]
FDA #: F04664 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean oil meal || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Culvenor, C. C. J.
TITLE: “Toxic plants – a reevaluation.”
YEAR: 1970 CITATION: Search, 1 (3), Sep, 103-110 [English]
FDA #: F06951 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Dastur, J. F.
TITLE: “Medicinal Plants of India and Pakistan.”
YEAR: 1962 CITATION: DB Taraporevala Sons. Bombay, , 212 pages [English]
FDA #: —— || GRIN: 35174
COMMON NAME: Indian red wood tree || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Meliaceae || LATIN NAME: soymida febrifuga Adr. Juss.
STANDARD PLANT NAME: soymida febrifuga (Roxb.) A. Juss.
AUTHOR(S): Davidek, T.; Davidek, J.
TITLE: “Biogenic amines.”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Davidek J (ed) Natural toxic compounds of foods. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, (Chap 2; pt H), 108-123 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Dechary, J. M.
TITLE: “Phytohemagglutinins – A survey of recent progress.”
YEAR: 1968 CITATION: Vox Sang, 15, 401-409 [English]
FDA #: F08026 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): DeMuelenaere, H. J. H.
TITLE: “Toxicity and haemagglutinating activity of legumes.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: Nature, 206 (4986), May 22, 827-828 [English]
FDA #: F05498 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Desikachar, H. S. R.; De, S. S.
TITLE: “Role of inhibitors in soybean.”
YEAR: 1947 CITATION: Science, 106 (Oct 31), 421 [English]
FDA #: F14221 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Dostalova, J.; Pokorny, J.
TITLE: “Plant phenols.”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Davidek J (ed) Natural toxic compounds of foods. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, (Chap 2: pt E), 75-95 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Drane, H. M.; Patterson, D. S. P.; Roberts, B. A.; Saba, N.
TITLE: “Oestrogenic activity of soya-bean products.”
YEAR: 1980 CITATION: Food Cosmet Toxicol, 18, 425-427 [English]
FDA #: F12040 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Driedger, A.; Hatfield, E. E.
TITLE: “Influence of tannins on the nutritive value of soybean meal for ruminants.”
YEAR: 1972 CITATION: J Anim Sci, 34 (3), 465-468 [English]
FDA #: F20468 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Duffus, C. M.; Smith, P. M.
TITLE: “Legumes and their toxins.”
YEAR: 1981 CITATION: Span, 24 (2), 63-65 [English]
FDA #: F25226 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soya bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Duke, J. A.
TITLE: “Switching from sirloin to soy.”
YEAR: 1990 CITATION: Draft, , [English]
FDA #: F15290 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Eldridge, A. C.; Kwolek, W. F.
TITLE: “soybean isoflavones: Effect of environment and variety on composition.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: J Agr Food Chem, 31, 394-396 [English]
FDA #: F17879 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Ellenrieder, G.; Geronazzo, H.; Debojarski, A. B.
TITLE: “Thermal inactivation of trypsin inhibitors in aqueous extracts of soybeans, peanuts, and kidney beans: presence of substances that accelerate inactivation.”
YEAR: 1980 CITATION: Cereal Chem, 57 (1), 25-27 [English]
FDA #: F13220 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Ellenrieder, G.; Blanco, S.; Bondoni, A.
TITLE: “Thermal inactivation of trypsin inhibitors in aqueous extracts of soybeans. Studies on substances that accelerate inactivation.”
YEAR: 1981 CITATION: Cereal Chem, 58 (4), 291-293 [English]
FDA #: F13219 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Epstein, W. L.
TITLE: “Plant-induced dermatitis.”
YEAR: 1987 CITATION: Annals Emerg Med, 16 (Sep), 950-955 [English]
FDA #: F16381 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soya bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Eveleth, D. F.; Goldsby, A. I.
TITLE: “Toxicosis of chickens caused by trichloroethylene-extracted soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1953 CITATION: J Am Vet Med Assoc, 123, 38-39 [English]
FDA #: F13772 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Fanguaf, R.; Vogt, H.
TITLE: “[Toxicity trials in laying hens and chicks with Datura stramonium seeds, a common contaminant of soya bean consigments.]”
YEAR: 1961 CITATION: Arch Geflugelkunde, 25, 167-171 [German]
FDA #: F25777 || GRIN: 13323
COMMON NAME: Stechapfel || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Solanaceae || LATIN NAME: Datura stramonium L.
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Datura stramonium L.
AUTHOR(S): Farmakalidis, E.; Murphy, P. A.
TITLE: “Oestrogenic response of the CD-1 mouse to the soya-bean isoflavones genistein, genistin and daidzin.”
YEAR: 1984 CITATION: Food Chem Toxicol, 22 (3), 237-239 [English]
FDA #: F08844 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Farmakalidis, E.; Murphy, P. A.
TITLE: “Semi-preparative high-performance liquid chromatographic isolation of soybean isoflavones.”
YEAR: 1984 CITATION: J Chromatogr, 295, 510-514 [English]
FDA #: F14927 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Farmakalidis, E.; Murphy, P. A.
TITLE: “Isolation of 6′-O-acetylgenistin and 6′-O-acetyldaidzin from toasted defatted soyflakes.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: J Agr Food Chem, 33, 385-389 [English]
FDA #: F14926 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Fenwick, R.
TITLE: “Natural toxicants in food.”
YEAR: 1987 CITATION: Nutr Food Sci, 104 (Jan-Feb), 10-12 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soya
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Ferrando, R.
TITLE: “Natural antinutritional factors present in European plant proteins.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: Qual Plant Plant Foods Human Nutr, 32, 455-467 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Finzi, A.; Romboli, I.
TITLE: “[Congenital blindness in chicks as a result of prolonged administration of raw soya bean meal to laying hens.]”
YEAR: 1972 CITATION: Rivista Ital Sost Grasse, 49, 252-253 [Italian]
FDA #: F22533 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Fishbein, L.
TITLE: “Natural non-nutrient substances in the food chain.”
YEAR: 1972 CITATION: Sci Total Environ, 1 (3), 211-244 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Flavin, D. F.
TITLE: “The effects of soybean trypsin inhibitors on the pancreas of animals and man: A review.”
YEAR: 1982 CITATION: Vet Human Toxicol, 24 (1), 25-28 [English]
FDA #: F20731 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Fowler, M. E.
TITLE: “References on plant poisoning in poultry and waterfowl.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: Prepublication, , 13 pages [English]
FDA #: F06214 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Frattali, V.
TITLE: “soybean inhibitors. III. Properties of a low molecular weight soybean proteinase inhibitor.”
YEAR: 1969 CITATION: J Biol Chem, 244 (2), 174-280 [English]
FDA #: F16767 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Friend, D. W.; Corner, A. H.; Kramer, J. K. G.; Charlton, K. M.; Gilka, F.; Sauer, F. D.
TITLE: “Growth, cardiopathology and cardiac fatty acids of swine fed diets containing soybean oil or low erucic acid rapeseed oil.”
YEAR: 1975 CITATION: Can J Anim Sci, 55, 49-59 [English]
FDA #: F10704 || GRIN: 409456
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Brassicaceae || LATIN NAME: Brassica campestris
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Brassica rapa L. subsp. campestris (L.) A. R. Clapham
AUTHOR(S): Friend, D. W.; Gilka, F.; Corner, A. H.
TITLE: “Growth, carcass quality and cardiopathology of boars and gilts fed diets containing rapeseed and soybean oils.”
YEAR: 1975 CITATION: Can J Anim Sci, 55 (Dec), 571-578 [English]
FDA #: F10702 || GRIN: 311781
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Brassicaceae || LATIN NAME: Brassica napus
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Brassica napus L. var. napus
AUTHOR(S): Friend, D. W.; Gilka, F.; Corner, A. H.
TITLE: “Growth, carcass quality and cardiopathology of boars and gilts fed diets containing rapeseed and soybean oils.”
YEAR: 1975 CITATION: Can J Anim Sci, 55 (Dec), 571-578 [English]
FDA #: F10702 || GRIN: 409456
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Brassicaceae || LATIN NAME: Brassica campestris
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Brassica rapa L. subsp. campestris (L.) A. R. Clapham
AUTHOR(S): Garlich, J. D.; Nesheim, M. C.
TITLE: “Effect of sodium taurocholate on fat malabsorption induced by feeding unheated soybean proteins.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 118, 1022-1025 [English]
FDA #: F13618 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Garlich, J. D.; Nesheim, M. C.
TITLE: “Relationship of fractions of soybeans and a crystalline soybean trypsin inhibitor to the effects of feeding unheated soybean meal to chicks.”
YEAR: 1966 CITATION: J Nutr, 88, 100-110 [English]
FDA #: F13619 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Goldberg, A.; Guggenheim, K.
TITLE: “Effect of antibiotics on pancreatic enzymes of rats fed soybean flour.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Arch Biochem Biophys, 108, 250-254 [English]
FDA #: F13637 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Gorrill, A. D. L.; Thomas, J. W.; Stewart, W. E.; Morrill, J. L.
TITLE: “Exocrine pancreatic secretion by calves fed soybean and milk protein diets.”
YEAR: 1967 CITATION: J Nutr, 92 (1), 256 [English]
FDA #: F04969 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Gosselin, S. J.; Loudy, D. L.; Tarr, M. J.; Balistreri, W. F.; Setchell, K. D.; Johnston, J. O.; Kramer, L. W.; Dresser,
TITLE: “Veno-occlusive disease of the liver in captive cheetah.”
YEAR: 1988 CITATION: Vet Pathol, 25, 48-57 [English]
FDA #: F22298 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Pancreatic enlargement is evident in rats fed diets containing raw soybeans (Glycine max) or cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) for 800 days but not in those fed diets based on kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) or lupinseed (Lupinus angustifolius).”
YEAR: 1993 CITATION: J Nutr, 123 (12), 2207-2215 [English]
FDA #: F25292 || GRIN: 312013
COMMON NAME: kidney bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: common bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Phaseolus vulgaris
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Phaseolus vulgaris L. var. vulgaris
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Pancreatic enlargement is evident in rats fed diets containing raw soybeans (Glycine max) or cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) for 800 days but not in those fed diets based on kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) or lupinseed (Lupinus angustifolius).”
YEAR: 1993 CITATION: J Nutr, 123 (12), 2207-2215 [English]
FDA #: F25292 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Pancreatic enlargement is evident in rats fed diets containing raw soybeans (Glycine max) or cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) for 800 days but not in those fed diets based on kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) or lupinseed (Lupinus angustifolius).”
YEAR: 1993 CITATION: J Nutr, 123 (12), 2207-2215 [English]
FDA #: F25292 || GRIN: 22805
COMMON NAME: lupin seed || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Lupinus angustifolius
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Lupinus angustifolius L.
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Pancreatic enlargement is evident in rats fed diets containing raw soybeans (Glycine max) or cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) for 800 days but not in those fed diets based on kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) or lupinseed (Lupinus angustifolius).”
YEAR: 1993 CITATION: J Nutr, 123 (12), 2207-2215 [English]
FDA #: F25292 || GRIN: 41645
COMMON NAME: cowpea || STANDARD COMMON NAME: catjang cowpea
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Vigna unguiculata
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. subsp. cylindrica (L.) Verdc.
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Buchan, W. C.; Armour, J. C.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Consumption of diets containing raw soya beans (Glycine max), kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) or lupin seeds (Lupinus angustifolius) by rats for up to 700 days: effects on body omposition and organ weights.”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Br J Nutr, 73 (1), 17-29 [English]
FDA #: 27632 || GRIN: kidney bean
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: Phaseolus vulgaris || LATIN NAME: Phaseolus vulgaris L.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Buchan, W. C.; Armour, J. C.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Consumption of diets containing raw soya beans (Glycine max), kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) or lupin seeds (Lupinus angustifolius) by rats for up to 700 days: effects on body omposition and organ weights.”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Br J Nutr, 73 (1), 17-29 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soya bean
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: Glycine max || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Buchan, W. C.; Armour, J. C.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Consumption of diets containing raw soya beans (Glycine max), kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) or lupin seeds (Lupinus angustifolius) by rats for up to 700 days: effects on body omposition and organ weights.”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Br J Nutr, 73 (1), 17-29 [English]
FDA #: 22805 || GRIN: lupin seed
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: Lupinus angustifolius || LATIN NAME: Lupinus angustifolius L.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Grant, G.; Dorward, P. M.; Buchan, W. C.; Armour, J. C.; Pusztai, A.
TITLE: “Consumption of diets containing raw soya beans (Glycine max), kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) or lupin seeds (Lupinus angustifolius) by rats for up to 700 days: effects on body omposition and organ weights.”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Br J Nutr, 73 (1), 17-29 [English]
FDA #: 300675 || GRIN: cowpea
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: Vigna unguiculata || LATIN NAME: Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. subsp. unguiculata
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Greenberg, J.; Taylor, D. J.; Bond, H. W.; Sherman, J. F.
TITLE: “Toxicity of amine-extracted soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1959 CITATION: J Agr Food Chem, 7 (8), 573-576 [English]
FDA #: F07988 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Guley, M.; soylemezoglu, T.
TITLE: “Toxicological research on the extracts of Dryopteris filix-mas (male fern) growing in the Black Sea region (Turkey).”
YEAR: 1976 CITATION: Ankara Univ Eczacilik Fak Mecm, 6 (2), 214-236 [Turkish]
FDA #: —– || GRIN: —
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Gupta, Y. P.
TITLE: “Anti-nutritional and toxic factors in food legumes: a review.”
YEAR: 1987 CITATION: Plant Foods Human Nutr, 37, 201-228 [English]
FDA #: F22269 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Hallab, A. H.; Tannous, R. I.
TITLE: “Dietary toxins.”
YEAR: 1976 CITATION: McLaren DS (ed) Nutrition in the Community, (Chap 12), 133-139 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Ham, W. E.; Sandstedt, R. M.
TITLE: “A proteolytic inhibiting substance in the extract from unheated soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1944 CITATION: J Biol Chem, 154, 505-506 [English]
FDA #: F13796 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Ham, W. E.; Sandstedt, R. M.; Mussehl, F. E.
TITLE: “The proteolytic inhibiting substance in the extract from unheated soybean meal and its effect upon growth in chicks.”
YEAR: 1945 CITATION: J Biol Chem, 161, 635-642 [English]
FDA #: F13797 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Hanson, L. E.; Pritchard, W. R.; Rehfeld, C. E.; Perman, V.; Sautter, J. H.; Schultze, M. O.
TITLE: “Studies on trichloroethylene-extracted feeds. IX. Experiments with swine fed trichloroethylene-extracted soybean oil meal.”
YEAR: 1956 CITATION: J Anim Sci, 15, 368-375 [English]
FDA #: F19682 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Harwood, J. P.; McCabe, N.; Jackson, B. A.
TITLE: “Long-term dietary effects of soy protein in Cebus monkeys.”
YEAR: 1988 CITATION: Prepublication, , [English]
FDA #: F20144 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Hayes, R. E.; Bookwalter, G. N.; Bagley, E. B.
TITLE: “Antioxidant activities of soybean flour and derivatives – A review.”
YEAR: 1977 CITATION: J Food Sci, 42, 1527 [English]
FDA #: F18084 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Hemken, R. W.; VanDerSall, J. H.; Sass, B. A.; Hibbs, J. W.
TITLE: “Goitrogenic effects of a corn silage-soybean meal supplemented ration.”
YEAR: 1971 CITATION: J Dairy Sci, 54, 85-88 [English]
FDA #: F10935 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Hibbs, C. M.
TITLE: “Cyanide and nitrate toxicoses of cattle.”
YEAR: 1979 CITATION: Vet Human Toxicol, 21 (6), 401-403 [English]
FDA #: F10942 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Hill, E. G.; Misra, K. P.; Canfield, T. H.; Johnson, E. L.; Perman, V.; Pritchard, W. R.; Sautter, J. H.; Schultze, M. O
TITLE: “Studies on trichloroethylene-extracted feeds. 8. The relative resistance of avian species to the toxic factor in trichloroethylene-extracted soybean oil meal.”
YEAR: 1956 CITATION: Poultry Sci, 35, 686-692 [English]
FDA #: F08757 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Holm, G. C.; Eveleth, D. F.; Dinusson, W. E.
TITLE: “Trichloroethylene soybean meal poisoning in sheep.”
YEAR: 1953 CITATION: J Am Vet Med Assoc, 122 (May), 380-382 [English]
FDA #: F06168 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Honig, D. H.; Hockridge, M. E.; Gould, R. M.; Rackis, J. J.
TITLE: “Determination of cyanide in soybeans and soybean products.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: J Agr Food Chem, 31 (2), 272-275 [English]
FDA #: F04171 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Hove, E. L.; King, S.
TITLE: “Composition, protein quality, and toxins of seeds of the grain legumes Glycine max, Lupinus spp., Phaseolus spp., Pisum sativum, and Vicia faba.”
YEAR: 1978 CITATION: NZ J Agr Res, 21, 457-462 [English]
FDA #: F10967 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Hughes, C. L. J.
TITLE: “Phytochemical mimicry of reproductive hormones and modulation of herbivore fertility by phytoestrogens.”
YEAR: 1988 CITATION: Environ Health Perspectives, 78, 171-175 [English]
FDA #: F04363 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Hydovitz, J. D.
TITLE: “Occurrence of goiter in an infant on a soy diet.”
YEAR: 1960 CITATION: New England J Med, 262 (7), 351-353 [English]
FDA #: F13838 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soy || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Imre, Z.; Ersoy, O.; Yurdun, T.
TITLE: “Cardiac glycoside composition in the leaves of Digitalis schischkinii.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: Toxicon, 21 (3), 449 [English]
FDA #: F20923 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Ishaaya, I.; Birk, Y.
TITLE: “soybean saponins. IV. The effect of proteins on the inhibitory activity of soybean saponins on certain enzymes.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: J Food Sci, 30, 118-120 [English]
FDA #: F15909 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Ishii, Y.
TITLE: “Extraction and ion chromatographic determination of free and combined oxalic acids in vegetables.”
YEAR: 1991 CITATION: Analyt Sci, 7 (2), 263-266 [English]
FDA #: F23487 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Jaffe, W. G.
TITLE: “Toxic proteins and peptides.”
YEAR: 1973 CITATION: NAS/NRC Toxicants Occurring Naturally in Foods, 2nd ed., (Chap 5), 106-129 [English]
FDA #: F10276 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Janssen, M. M. T.
TITLE: “Antinutritives.”
YEAR: 1989 CITATION: DeVries J (ed) Food safety and toxicity. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, (Chap 3), 39-52 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Jensen, L. S.; Martinson, R.; Schumaier, G.
TITLE: “A foot pad dermatitis in turkey poults associated with soybean meal.”
YEAR: 1970 CITATION: Poultry Sci, 49, 76-82 [English]
FDA #: F16938 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kalac, P.
TITLE: “Lectins (Hemagglutins).”
YEAR: 1995 CITATION: Davidek J (ed) Natural toxic compounds of foods. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, (Chap 2; pt F), 95-103 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: Glycine max || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Kaldas, R. S.; Hughes, C. L. J.
TITLE: “Reproductive and general metabolic effects of phytoestrogens in mammals.”
YEAR: 1989 CITATION: Reproductive Toxicol, 3, 81-89 [English]
FDA #: F23699 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Kimura, S.; Suwa, J.; Ito, M.; Sato, H.
TITLE: “Experimental studies on the role of defatted soybean in the development of malignant goiter.”
YEAR: 1979 CITATION: Miller EC et al (eds) Naturally occurring carcinogens mutagens & modulators of Carcinogenesis. University Park Press. Baltimore, , 101-110 [English]
FDA #: F16496 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kinghorn, A. D.
TITLE: “Carcinogenic and cocarcinogenic toxins from plants.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: Keeler RF & Tu AT (eds) Handbook of natural toxins. 1. Plant & fungal toxins. Marcel Dekker. New York, 1 (Chap 7), 239-298 [English]
FDA #: F06550 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max L.
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Kingsbury, J. M.
TITLE: “Poisonous plants of the United States and Canada.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Prentice Hall. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, , [English]
FDA #: —— || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Kitagawa, I.; Saito, M.; Taniyama, T.; Yoshikawa, M.
TITLE: “Saponin and sapogenol. XXXVIII. Structure of soyasaponin A2, a bisdesmoside of soyasapogenol A, from soybean, the seeds of Glycine max Merrill.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: Chem Pharmaceut Bull, 33 (2), 598-608 [English]
FDA #: F09289 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kitagawa, I.; Saito, M.; Taniyama, T.; Yoshikawa, M.
TITLE: “Sapon and sapogenol. XXXIX. Structure of soyasaponin A1, a bidesmoside of soyasapogenol A, from soybean, the seeds of Glycine max Merrill.”
YEAR: 1985 CITATION: Chem Pharmaceut Bull, 33 (3), 1069-1076 [English]
FDA #: F09290 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Klose, A. A.; Hill, B.; Fevold, H. L.
TITLE: “Presence of a growth inhibiting substance in raw soybeans.”
YEAR: 1946 CITATION: Proceed Soc Exp Biol Med, 62, 10-12 [English]
FDA #: F15501 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Klungsoyr, J.; Scheline, R. R.
TITLE: “Metabolism of safrole in the rat.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: Acta Pharmacol Toxicol, 52, 211-216 [English]
FDA #: F16437 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kogel, K. H.; Beissmann, B.
TITLE: “Isolation and characterization of elicitors.”
YEAR: 1992 CITATION: Linkskens HF & Jackson JF (eds) Plant toxin analysis. Springer Verlag. New York, , 239-257 [English]
FDA #: F06470 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Koplik, R.; Prugar, J.; Davidek, J.
TITLE: “Other toxic compounds.”
YEAR: 199 CITATION: Davidek J (ed) Natural toxic compounds of foods. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, (Chap 2; pt K), 143-163 [English]
FDA #: 17711 || GRIN: soybean
COMMON NAME: soy bean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: Fabaceae
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
STANDARD PLANT NAME:
AUTHOR(S): Korte, R.
TITLE: “Toxic constituents in some legumes for human consumption.”
YEAR: 1974 CITATION: Sci New Guinea, 2 (1), 34-38 [English]
FDA #: F23350 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Glycine max
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Kuan, S. S.; Francis, O. J.; Carman, A. S.; Umrigar, P. P.; Ware, G. M.
TITLE: “Determination of phytoestrogens in soy-based infant formulas.”
YEAR: 1991 CITATION: Toxicon, 30 (5-6), 527 [English]
FDA #: F17495 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kung, H. C.; Chipley, J. R.; Latshaw, J. D.
TITLE: “Investigations into hepatotoxin(s) in moldy soybeans.”
YEAR: 1975 CITATION: Poultry Sci, 54, 1784 [English]
FDA #: F05065 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kunitz, M.
TITLE: “Crystalline soybean trypsin inhibitor. I. Method of isolation.”
YEAR: 1946 CITATION: J Genl Physiol, 29, 149-154 [English]
FDA #: F15201 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kunitz, M.
TITLE: “Crystalline soybean trypsin inhibitor. II. General properties.”
YEAR: 1947 CITATION: J Genl Physiol, 30, 291-310 [English]
FDA #: F15202 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kunitz, M.
TITLE: “Isolation of a crystalline protein compound of trypsin and of soybean trypsin-inhibitor.”
YEAR: 1947 CITATION: J Genl Physiol, 30, 311-320 [English]
FDA #: F15203 || GRIN: —–
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: — || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: —
AUTHOR(S): Kwong, E.; Barnes, R. H.; Fiala, G.
TITLE: “The role of cystine in counteracting toxic properties of soybean trypsin inhibitor.”
YEAR: 1964 CITATION: Fed Proceed, 23 (2 Part 1), 500 [English]
FDA #: F15205 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Langer, P.
TITLE: “Naturally occurring food toxicants: goitrogens.”
YEAR: 1983 CITATION: Rechcigl M Jr (ed) CRC handbook of naturally occurring food toxicants. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida, , 101-129 [English]
FDA #: F10135 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Lecks, H. I.; Baker, D.
TITLE: “Pseudotumor cerebre an allergic phenomenon? A discussion of 17 cases including two of infants manifesting pseudotumor cerebre while receiving soybean feedings.”
YEAR: 1965 CITATION: Clin Pediat, 4 (1), 32-37 [English]
FDA #: F05933 || GRIN: 17711
COMMON NAME: soybean || STANDARD COMMON NAME: soy bean
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: —
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Glycine max (L.) Merr.
AUTHOR(S): Leiner, I.
TITLE: “Significance for humans of biologically active factors in soybeans and other food legumes.”
YEAR: 1979 CITATION: J Am Oil Chem Soc, 56, 121-129 [English]
FDA #: F19803 || GRIN: 10535
COMMON NAME: chick pea || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Cicer arietinum
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Cicer arietinum L.
AUTHOR(S): Leiner, I.
TITLE: “Significance for humans of biologically active factors in soybeans and other food legumes.”
YEAR: 1979 CITATION: J Am Oil Chem Soc, 56, 121-129 [English]
FDA #: F19803 || GRIN: 8319
COMMON NAME: red gram || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Cajanus
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.
AUTHOR(S): Leiner, I.
TITLE: “Significance for humans of biologically active factors in soybeans and other food legumes.”
YEAR: 1979 CITATION: J Am Oil Chem Soc, 56, 121-129 [English]
FDA #: F19803 || GRIN: 300661
COMMON NAME: — || STANDARD COMMON NAME: —
FAMILY: Fabaceae || LATIN NAME: Vicia faba
STANDARD PLANT NAME: Vicia faba L.
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