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Low carbohydrate diets designed to aid in the diagnosis of disaccharidase deficiency or monosaccharide intolerance have been developed. Soy flour, soy protein concentrates and iso­ lated soy protein can be used to increase the protein content of cereal products such as rice and wheat, when the infant be­ gins to utilize solid foods. Food Analogs Several meat analog products are being produced that uti­ lize soy flour, soy concentrate and isolated proteins. These analog products usually contain other sources of protein such as wheat gluten, egg albumin, and yeast.

No. S. No. 4, inclu­ sive; or which are musty, sour, or heating; or which have any commercially ob­ jectionable foreign odor; or which contain stones or which are otherwise of distinctly low quality. S. No. 3. 2Soybeans which are materially weathered shall be graded not higher than No. 4. (Official Grain Standards, 1970) SOYBEANS CLEANING D R Y IN G STORAGE CRACKING ROLLS DEHULLING HULLS CO NDITIONING FLAKIN G ROLLS EDIBLE SOYBEAN OIL s o y b e a no il OIL REFININ G EXTRACTION DEFATTED SO Y B E A N FLAKES DESOLVENTIZER DESOLVENTIZER/ TOASTER DEFATTED SO YBEAN FLAKES FOOD PRODUCTS DE F A T T E D S 0 \ rBEAN MEAL F E E D P R O •D U C T S FIGURE 4.

The hull is made up of an outer layer of pali­ sade cells, a layer of hourglass cells, smaller compressed pa­ renchyma cells, aleurone cells, and finally compressed layers with endosperm cells. The cotyledon is covered with an epi­ dermis and is composed of numerous elongated palisade-like cells which contain protein and oil. The bulk of the proteins are stored in protein bodies which may vary from 2 to 20 m i ­ crons in diameter within the cotyledon cells. 5 microns, called spherosomes which are interspersed between the protein bodies (Tombs, 1967 and Wolf, 1975).

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