Chiu KK, Ye ZH, Wong MH (2005) Enhanced uptake of As, Zn, and Cu by Vetiveria zizanioides and Zea mays
using chelating agents.
Diuretic as well as antilithiasic, uricosuric and antiseptic properties are traditionally attributed to corn silk, stigma/style of Zea mays
Linne (Poaceae/Gramineae), which has been used in many parts of the world for the treatment of edema as well as for cystitis, gout, kidney stones, nephritis and prostatitis (Balme, 1982; Grases et al.
Charcoal dated before approximately 4000 BP within the Rio Buritaca watershed provides direct evidence to support the suggestion that Amerindians were frequently using fires for clearing lands, probably for the cultivation of Zea mays
Inflorescence development in two annual teosintes: Zea mays
Herbal Dianabal contains a proprietary combination of two prohormones (1,4 andro and DHEA) and three herbal ingredients (Tribulus, Zea Mays
ARS plant geneticist Howard Rines has successfully crossed oats, Avena sativa, and corn, Zea mays
, in a quest to develop an oat plant more resistant to a crown rust, Puccinia coronata f.
In Mexico, adults were trapped in 2008 from the annual, Zea mays
2001, 2002), and Zea mays
(Chou & Patrick, 1976).
In addition to Cran-Max, Ultra Cranberry Extract also contains Zea mays
(corn silk), Althea officianalis (marshmallow) and Barosma betulina (buchu).
Higher concentrations of anthocyanin in sheaths and leaf blades, tissues of lower photosynthetic competence than leaves, occurred in N-deficient than N-sufficient Zea mays
(Lawanson et al.
The Zea Mays
(corn) group was tentatively found to be safe as used, with the exception of corn silk, which required additional safety data.
In the following formula Zea mays
(corn) starch is included for the purpose of absorbing moisture and providing a smoother feel.