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ze·a

(zē'ă),
The styles and stigmas of Zea mays (family Gramineae), Indian corn; formerly used as a diuretic and antispasmodic.
Synonym(s): cornsilk
[Mod. L. maize]
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zea

(zē′ă) [Gr. zeia, (coarse) wheat, spelt]
Maize or corn.
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En la primera seccion expondremos la dialectica del reconocimiento y la concepcion que Zea elabora de la filosofia.
Detection of epistasis for plant height and leaf area per plant in maize (Zea mays L.) from generation means analysis.
The nitrate contents of Pennisetum glaucum, Zea mays, Avena sativa, and Brassica campestris are also detected significantly higher than the safe limit for the animal feed because there was excess use of nitrogen fertilizer/animal manure/poultry manure in the fields where these plants were cultivated and the same findings were observed in other recent studies (Malhi et al., 2004; Sidhu et al., 2011).
Con todo ello quiero dibujar un retrato sintetico pero que viene bien para comprender esa suerte de dialogo de sordos que habia entre las producciones editadas en el Mexico de fines de los anos setenta y comienzos de los anos ochenta sobre quiza una de las cuestiones centrales que habian acechado los estudios de Zea y Arico: esto es, esa afirmacion sobre los "pueblos sin historia" que parecia caracterizar a los latinoamericanos segun la perspectiva hegeliana que Marx utilizara para explicar en un retrato malogrado a Bolivar.
Helicoverpa zea infestations that are concurrent with the time when soybean flowers can result in flower and pod feeding; dense infestations can cause severe crop loss (Eckel et al.
The scientists created a mixed solution in which the concentration of ZEA varied from 0 ppm to 100 ppm.
Antonia Slater,16, and Zea |Arcillas, 16, prepare the food IAIN BUIST