Traditional grains such as amaranth, teosinte
, wild rice, and different types of corn are rediscovered, and the book offers a bounty of recipes centered on indigenous varieties of beans, seeds, berries, herbs, spices, and edible wildflowers.
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Kumar B, Dhaliwal SS, Singh ST, Lamba JS, Ram H (2015) Herbage production, nutritional composition and quality of teosinte
under Fe fertilization.
(Zea mexicana Schrade Kuntze) in relation to their origin and evolution.
The center of origin is believed to be the Mesoamerica region, at least 7000 years ago when it was grown as a wild grass called teosinte
in the Mexican highlands .
33) they performed QTL analysis and identified a QTL gene, SCM3, responsible for high SM in Chugoku 117, as the rice TEOSINTE
BRANCHED 1 (OsTB1), which encodes a TCP domain-bearing transcription factor previously reported to control tiller number.
Asi, el maiz surgio de la mutacion de formas antiguas de teosinte
, ya sea por seleccion natural o por la participacion del hombre.
Silicon amelioration of aluminium toxicity in teosinte
(Zea mays L.
Selective breeding of corn by man, over thousands of years, has brought the development of an ear of corn from the wild teosinte
plant to the large, compressed ears we have today.
mays) is a principal domesticated crop of the Americas, originated from one or more varieties of teosinte
2001), sugarcane, maize and teosinte
plants in Brazil, Mexico and South Africa (Reis et al.
The maize and teosinte
male inflorescence: A numerical Taxonomic study.