A genome-wide association study of seed protein and oil content in soybean BMC Genomics. Besides the very high protein content, soybeans contains a lot of fibre and are rich in calcium, magnesium. 2014 Jan 2;15:1. doi: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-1. The influence of both nitrogen sources on yield and protein content was evaluated. Soybeans are very rich in nutritive components. Soybeans are rich in unsaturated fatty acids and low in saturated fatty acids, which need to be avoided. The soy protein has a high biological value and contains all the essential amino acids. The nutritional content of other soy products may vary based on how manufacturers have processed them and which ingredients they have added. At just 34%, the average protein content of U.S. soybeans is thus down 1.3 percentage points from normal, and represents the lowest level found since the survey was initiated in 1986. Soybean recombinant inbred lines derived from a cross between two cultivars of different genetic origins, each with a high seed protein content, were analyzed for their dinitrogen fixation and nitrate assimilation abilities and for their seed traits. Soybean nutrition has the highest protein content of all the leguminous plants. 100 grams of beans carry: calories-446 per 100 g, folates-375 μg (95% DV), riboflavin-0.870 mg (67% DV), thiamin-0.874 mg mg (73% DV), potassium-1797 mg (38% DV), calcium-277 mg (28% DV), copper-0.590 mg (65% DV), iron-4.57 mg (57% DV), manganese-2.517 mg (109% DV).

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