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Date:9/29/2009

Research Council of Canada. Results from the study are published in the September-October issue of Agronomy Journal. The research was also presented in Beijing, China at the 8th World Soybean Research Conference in August 2009.

Philippe Seguin, who led the study, stated The large variation observed among genotypes for α-tocopherol, the relatively high stability of genotypes performance across environments, and the lack of negative correlation with other important seed characteristics suggest that selection for high α-tocopherol will be possible. Such characteristics will also help in the development of functional foods, which requires consistency in concentrations of health-beneficial compounds.

Research is ongoing to identify factors affecting soybean tocopherols concentration. Preliminary results suggest that both specific environmental factors and management practices, such as seeding date, could significantly affect concentrations. Getting a better understanding of factors affecting soybean tocopherols concentration will help in the development of a new value-added use for soybean and thus to diversify markets for soybean producers.


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Contact: Sara Uttech
suttech@agronomy.org
608-268-4948
American Society of Agronomy
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