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  1. Remedios con maíz y su barba (o pelos)Recipe
    Planta originaria de América que produce mazorcas de granos amarillos. Es rica en vitaminas, sales minerales,proteínas y fosfatos. Por ello, el maíz es un alimento digestivo y nutritivoRead more
  2. photo Beneficios, Nutrientes Y Propiedades Del <b>Maíz</b>Beneficios, Nutrientes Y Propiedades Del MaízArticle
    Propiedades del maíz Originario de América, el maíz es el cereal que más se produce en el mundo. Fue introducido en Europa en el siglo XVI y se caracteriza por tener tallos verdes en forma de cañaRead more
  3. photo ¿Son buenas para la salud las palomitas de <b>maíz</b>?¿Son buenas para la salud las palomitas de maíz?Treatment
    Somos muchas las personas que consumimos palomitas, ya sea cuando vamos al cine, viendo una película en casa, etc. solemos comer estos deliciosos copos de maíz. Pero, ¿qué hay en tus palomitasRead more
  4. photo ¿Te gustan las palomitas de <b>maíz</b>? Descubre por qué son saludables¿Te gustan las palomitas de maíz? Descubre por qué son saludablesTreatment
    La mayoría de personas ha comido palomitas de maíz al menos una vez en su vida. Son típicas en los cines y también se pueden preparar en casa cuando se quiere disfrutar un momento familiarRead more
  5. photo French senator introduces draft law to ban all GM <b>maize</b> cultivationFrench senator introduces draft law to ban all GM maize cultivationNews
    reinstate and extend this ban. Reuters reports that a member of the ruling Socialist party has submitted a draft law calling for the outlaw of not only Monsanto's MON 810 GM maize, but also all other existingRead more
  6. photo European Union Parliament decides against unleashing new GM <b>maize</b>European Union Parliament decides against unleashing new GM maizeNews
    herbicide would be unleashed if new GM maize is approved As glyphosate fails to eradicate weeds, Bayer plans to market dangerous glufosinate ammonium to combat nature. Marketed as "Liberty," this BayerRead more
  7. photo Brazil ignored food safety agency warnings when it approved GM <b>maize</b> in 2007Brazil ignored food safety agency warnings when it approved GM maize in 2007News
    Genetically modified maize seed that creates its own insecticide from a protein gene of E. coli bacteria is highly controversial but is now accepted in Brazil thanks to a former Monsanto lawyer whoRead more
  8. photo In anticipation of permanent ban, French agricultural minister reinstates moratorium on Monsanto's GM <b>maize</b>In anticipation of permanent ban, French agricultural minister reinstates moratorium on Monsanto's GM maizeNews
    , a genetically modified (GM) maize variety produced by Monsanto, in anticipation of a possible bloc-wide ban across the entire European Union (EU).The only currently approved GM maize variety authorizedRead more
  9. photo EU ministers write letter to Commission asking for withdrawal of new GM <b>maize</b> proposalEU ministers write letter to Commission asking for withdrawal of new GM maize proposalNews
    (GM) maize known as "Pioneer 1507."The GM corn strain, co-developed by DuPont Pioneer (formerly Pioneer Hi-Bred) and Dow Chemical, produces a pesticide in its tissues originally derived fromRead more
  10. photo Egyptian GM <b>maize</b> study shows toxic effects after just 91 daysEgyptian GM maize study shows toxic effects after just 91 daysNews
    found clear signs of organ pathology in the group fed GM corn versus a group fed with non-GM maize. This study found obvious signs of pathology, especially in the liver, kidney and small intestine. AlsoRead more

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Maize

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Maize (/ˈmeɪz/ MAYZ; Zea mays subsp. mays, from Spanish: maíz after Taíno mahiz), known in some English-speaking countries as corn, is a large grain plant domesticated by indigenous peoples in Mesoamerica in prehistoric times. The leafy stalk produces ears which contain the grain, which are seeds called kernels. Maize kernels are often used in cooking as a starch. The six major types of maize...More