Soy Bibliographies - Published

Bibliographies and Sourcebooks on Soy: Extensively Annotated

These SoyaScan bibliographies and sourcebooks on soybeans and soyfoods, each the most comprehensive of its kind ever published, are now available from Soyinfo Center. They are very powerful tools for doing in-depth research.

Almost all of these books contain four different types of records/entries: (1) Publications. (2) Commercial soy products. (3) Original interviews (never before published), and (4) Unpublished archival documents.

Each of these books is produced from SoyaScan, Soyinfo Center's computerized database, which contains more than 75,000 records/entries on soybeans and soyfoods from 1100 B.C. to the present. Each, compiled one record at a time over many years, is based on our long history of research into the history of soybeans and our large research library.

In each book the records are arranged in chronological sequence; each has a comprehensive subject and geographical index at the end. More than three-fourths of all records, and most current records, contain a summary/abstract of significant length. For example, in bibliographies published since the year 2000, more than 75% of all records contain a summary/abstract averaging 143 words in length.

Each bibliography features (in addition to the typical author, date, title, volume and pages information) the author's address, number of references cited, foreign title, month and issue of publication, and the first author's first name (if given). Soyinfo Center also offers a special feature: detailed information about related commercial soyfood products, including the product name, date of introduction, manufacturer's name and address, sources of addition information and, with most recent products, ingredients.

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  1. Geography (Nations, U.S. States, Canadian Provinces)
  2. Soyfoods - Traditional Nonfermented (Tofu, Soymilk, Edamame, etc.)
  3. Soyfoods - Traditional Fermented (Miso, Soy Sauce, Tempeh, etc.)
  4. Soyfoods - Modern Dairylike (Soy Ice Cream, Soy Yogurt, Soy Cheese)
  5. Modern Soy Protein Ingredients (Soy Protein Concentrates, Isolates, and Textured Soy Protein Products)
  6. Soy Oil Products (Margarine, Shortening, Lecithin)
  7. Soy Nutrition, Biochemistry, and Medicinal Uses
  8. Industrial Uses of Soybeans
  9. Pioneers Worldwide - Individuals
  10. Pioneers Worldwide - Organizations
  11. Early History And Recent Years
  12. Industry and Market Studies
  13. The Soybean Plant, Varietal Development, Soybean Production & Protection
  14. Related Subjects: Vegetarianism, Natural Foods & Alternative Protein Sources

A. Geography (Nations, U.S. States, Canadian Provinces)

Soy in Africa (1881 A.D.) (Published 1997/02)

Soy in Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania (1798 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Canada (1855 A.D.) (Published 1993/03)

Soy in Central America and the Caribbean (1880 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in China (including early Manchuria) (1100 B.C.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (1833 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Individual U.S. States (Varies by Choice of State) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Japan (701 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong (550 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Latin America (1880 A.D.) (Published 1989/09)

Soy in South America (1882 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in Southeast Asia (1665 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in the Indian Subcontinent/South Asia (1679 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy in the Middle East/West Asia (1881 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soya in the United Kingdom (1613 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soya in Western Europe (1613 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

B. Soyfoods - Traditional Nonfermented (Tofu, Soymilk, Edamame, etc.)

Green Vegetable Soybeans, Edamamé, and Vegetable-Type Soybeans (1275 A.D.) (Published 2001/08)

Roasted Soy Flour, Soy Coffee, and Soy Chocolate (1st Century A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soy Sprouts (2nd Century A.D.) (Published 2000/01)

Soymilk and Soymilk Products (1500 A.D.) (Published 1993/11)

Soynuts and Soynut Butter (1068 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Tofu and Tofu Products (950 A.D.) (Published 1989/01)

Yuba (1587 A.D.) (Published 1989/09)

C. Soyfoods - Traditional Fermented (Miso, Soy Sauce, Tempeh, etc.)

Miso and Soybean Chiang (535 A.D.) (Published 2000/07)

Natto - including Kinema, Thua-nao, and Dawa-Dawa (1068 A.D.) (Published 1991/11)

Soy Sauce (535 A.D.) (Published 1988/05)

Tempeh and Tempeh Products (1815 A.D.) (Published 1993/06)

D. Soyfoods - Modern Dairylike (Soy Ice Cream, Soy Yogurt, Soy Cheese)

Cheese and Cream Cheese Alternatives (1896 A.D.) (Published 1994/04)

Non-Dairy Whip Toppings (1944 A.D.) (Published 1994/02)

Soy Ice Cream (1918 A.D.) (Published 1994/03)

Soy Yogurt (1910 A.D.) (Published 1994/03)

E. Modern Soy Protein Ingredients (Soy Protein Concentrates, Isolates, and Textured Soy Protein Products)

Soy Fiber and Dietary Fiber - Okara (soymilk pulp), Soy Bran (ground hulls), and Soy Isolate Fiber (1445 A.D.) (Published 1995/09)

Soy Flour and Cereal-Soy Blends (3rd Century B.C.) (Published 1990/06)

Soy Protein Isolates, Concentrates, and Textured Soy Protein Products (1883 A.D.) (Published 1989/09)

F. Soy Oil Products (Margarine, Shortening, Lecithin)

Hydrogenation, Margarine, and Shortening (1860 A.D.) (Published 1995/07)

Lecithin (1793 A.D.) (Published 1990/09)

Soybean Crushing, Soy Oil and, Soybean Meal (980 A.D.) (Published 1990/11)

G. Soy Nutrition, Biochemistry, and Medicinal Uses

Soy Nutrition, Biochemistry, and Medicinal Uses (1972) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

H. Industrial Uses of Soybeans

Industrial Utilization of Soybeans (980 A.D.) (Published 1995/01)

I. Pioneers Worldwide - Individuals

Dr. Charles E. Fearn (1931) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Early European Soy Pioneers (1691) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Early U.S. Soya Pioneers: William Morse and C. V. Piper, Dr. Charles E. Fearn, A. A. Horvath, Clive & Jeanette McCay, and Meals for Millions (1906) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Engelbert Kaempfer (Japan and Germany) (1875) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Friedrich J. Haberlandt (Austria) (1875) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

George Ohsawa, Macrobiotics & Soyfoods (1956) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Henry Ford and his Employees' Work with Soybeans, Soyfoods & Chemurgy (1931) (Published 1997/01)

Laszlo Berczeller (Austria and Germany) (1918) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Li Yu-ying (France and China) (1905) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Seventh-day Adventists, Soyfoods, Vegetarianism & Wheat Gluten: Ellen G. White, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, Madison College, T. A. Van Gundy, Dr. Harry W. Miller, Jethro Kloss, Small Food Companies, Loma Linda Foods, Worthington Foods, Granose Foods Ltd. (UK (1866) (Published 1992/10)

Society for Acclimatization (France) (1855) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

The Fouts Family of Indiana (1898) (Published 2000/04)

William J. Morse & Charles V. Piper (1907) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

J. Pioneers Worldwide - Organizations

American Soybean Association and United Soybean Board (1920) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

International Soybean Programs: International Institute of Agriculture, United Nations, INTSOY, AVRDC (Taiwan), and IITA (Nigeria) (1923) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Kikkoman and Other Major Japanese Soy Sauce Manufacturers (1645) (Published 1994/09)

Major Centers for Soybean Utilization Research: University of Illinois, Iowa State University, Cornell University, and USDA Northern Regional Research Center (Peoria, Illinois), National Food Research Institute (Japan) (1915) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Pioneering and Major European Soyfoods Companies (1955) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Pioneering and Major U.S. Tofu or Soyfoods Companies: Azumaya, House Foods/Hinoichi, Island Spring, Legume, Lightlife, Morinaga, Nasoya, Northern Soy, Quong Hop, Sharon's Finest, Simply Natural, The Soy Plant, Swan Gardens, Tomsun, Turtle Island, White Wa (1923) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Pioneering Soy Protein Companies: Glidden. I. F. Laucks, Rich Products, Gunther, Griffith, Drackett, Borden (1916) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Ralston Purina Co. and Protein Technologies International (1934) (Published 1993/12)

Sri Lanka: Soya Pioneer in the Third World (1726) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

The Dracket Company's Work with Soybeans and Soy Proteins (1940) (Published May 1993)

The Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1969) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

U.S. Department of Agriculture and State Agricultural Experiment Stations (1855) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

K. Early History And Recent Years

Early History of Soybeans & Soyfoods, 1100 B.C. to 1899 (1100 B.C.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Early History of Soybeans & Soyfoods, 1900 to 1923 (1900) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soybeans and Soyfoods, any one year (Alphabetical by Subject (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soybeans: Origin, Domestication, and Dissemination (1100 B.C) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

L. Industry and Market Studies

Soy Protein Industry and Market, 1985 - 1997 (1985 A.D.) (Published 1997/01)

Soyfoods Industry and Market, 1985 - 1993 (1985 A.D.) (Published 1994/01)

M. The Soybean Plant, Varietal Development, Soybean Production & Protection

Soybean Nitrogen Fixation, Inoculation, and Nodulation by Rhizobium Bacteria (1866) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soybean Plant Protection: Pathology (1877), Nematology (1882), Entomology (1897), Weed Science and Control (1933), and Integrated Pest Management (1962) (Pathology (1877), Nematol) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Soybean Varietal Development, Breeding, Genetics, Biotechnology (1804 A.D.) (Published 1990/07)

The Soybean Plant: Nomenclature, Physiology, Morphology, Botany, Taxonomy, and Wild Soybeans (1100 B.C.) (Published 1991/11)

N. Related Subjects: Vegetarianism, Natural Foods & Alternative Protein Sources

Amazake and Amazake Frozen Desserts + Supplement (1597 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Azuki Beans (Adzuki, Hsiao Tou, Vigna angularis) (239 B.C.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Koji (700 B.C.) (Published 1993/09)

Peanuts and Peanut Butter (1774 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

The Natural Food Industry and Market in the USA (1962 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Vegetarianism and Veganism (1170 A.D.) (Unpublished; Publishable on Demand)

Wheat Gluten and Seitan (535 A.D.) (Published 1993/12)