Frost-damaged soya

Frost-damaged soya

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Credit: BILL BARKSDALE/AGSTOCKUSA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Frost damage. Soya plants (Glycine max) damaged by frost. The leaves have withered and turned brown. Frost damage is due to ice crystals forming within the plants' cells. Soya beans are a very good source of protein. They can be processed into tofu (bean curd, an alternative to meat), soya milk and cheese, and are used in oils and margarines. Photographed in Arkansas, USA.

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Keywords: arkansas, botany, crop, crop damage, disease, diseases, frost damage, glycine max, nature, pathogens, pathology, plant, soya, soya plant, usa

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