INCI: Iron oxides CI77499 (and) iron oxides CI77891 (and) synthetic fluorphlogopite (and) zein (and) silica dimethyl silylate (and) zea mays
(com) starch (and) hydrogenated lecithin (and) caprylic/capric triglyceride
These people used wild varieties of maize, but since then farmers have bred a variety especially suited to popping, Zea mays
Establishment of friable embryogenic (type II) callus from immature tassels of Zea mays
crops, from Allium crops, like onions and garlic, to Zea mays
, or corn.
Botanical medicines: Uva Ursi, Urtica diotica, Hydrastis Canadensis, Zea mays
Brightening Exfoliant Powder, for example, contains a who's-who of nature's powerhouse skincare ingredients: Allantoin, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Extract, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Salicylic Acid, Zea Mays
5m (6ft 6in by 20ft by 8ft) and will contain plants known to produce large quantities of oxygen, such as miscanthus grass, zea mays
maize and banana trees.
ABERYSTWYTH Clive Hicks-Jenkins: A Retrospective @ National Library of Wales until tomorrow Wild Thing brings together a lively eclectic selection of contemporary artworks which use animal imagery @ Aberystwyth Arts Centre until September 14 Prudent Prints - prints using non-toxic processes from the Zea Mays
Printmaking Workshop in Massachusetts, USA @ School of Art until September 2.
Tanee and Ochekwu (2010) reported a reduction in the growth and yield of Zea mays
(maize) and Arachis hypogea (groundnut) in carbide waste polluted soil especially at high concentration.
Maize is today a staple crop across the Old World, from Albania to Zimbabwe: It is sometimes difficult to remember that little more than half a millennium ago Zea mays
was confined to the Americas.
The plant is more correctly known as Zea mays
and was first cultivated in Mexico thousands of years ago and has spread to every corner of the planet, becoming the staple diet in many third-world countries.
From Agaricus bisporus (the cultivated white button mushroom) to Zea mays
(sweet corn), and not overlooking more exotic fruits and vegetables, Nunes (food science and human nutrition, U.