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In Corn

What is corn?

Corn, also known as maize , is one of the most successful cereal grasses of all time. It has been under human cultivation for over 10,000 years and has spread itself into eve (MORE)
In Corn

How do you make seed corn from corn?

Commercial corn today is 100% hybrid corn. This means that the seed corn is produced by cross-pollinating two inbred lines. Because corn plants have both male (tassels) and fe (MORE)
In Skin Disorders

What are corns?

Corns . Corns (also called clavi ) are specially-shaped calluses of dead skin that usually occur on thin or glabrous (hairless and smooth) skin surfaces, especially on th (MORE)
In Agriculture

What is in corn?

There are no other ingredients in the actual corn, but canned cornusually adds water, and if the corn has been made into anythingelse, like chips or cornbread or tortillas, th (MORE)
In History and Origins of Foods

Where is corn from?

It is believed to have originated some 8,000 to 10,000 years ago in the fields of the first agriculturalists of Mexico and Central America.
In Farm Crops

When does corn produce ears of corn?

Typically around July, the tassel on top of the corn plant fertilizes the silks (those stringy things when you husk sweet corn) on the ear of corn. After the pollen gets on th (MORE)
In Ingredient Substitutions

What is the corn in corned beef?

The "corn" in "corned beef" refers to the "corn" or grains of coarse salts used to cure it.
In Corn Syrup

What is in corn syrup besides corn?

Corn syrup is the name of glucose syrup that has been derived from the corn plant. (In the UK it is just called glucose syrup). So the only ingredient in it is pure sugar (fro (MORE)
In Agriculture

What is corn in?

\nPractically everything (in the form of corn syrup, an extremely common sweetener). Corn is also used in the production of a type of plastic bag.
In Snakes

Does a corn snake eat corn?

corn snakes are called that because back then farmers found them climbing on the cornstalks and basking heat. Additionally, the pattern on their bellies resembles that of corn (MORE)
In Corn

How to convert corn on the cob to corn in a can?

To turn corn on the cob into corn in a can just cut the corn from the cob. Most often corn is blanched or cooked before it is canned. It can also be pickled or relished. Th (MORE)
In Cornflour and Cornstarch

Is there Corn flour in corn chips?

Corn chips are made from ground corn. Corn flour is ground corn just ground very finely. So corn chips probably contain corn flour.
In Corn

Where did corn from?

Corn originated in South and Middle/Central America with the Incas and the Aztecs. The official name for corn is maize and once grew wild and still does in remote areas. Over (MORE)
In Agriculture

What has corn in it?

All sorts of things: Twinkies, salad dressing, Corn Flakes, candy, soda drinks, beef, chicken, etc.
In Corn

Why is corn called Indian corn?

"Indian corn" is the type of corn that Native Americans raised. It is a type of flint corn with a hard outside layer. It has since been bread into the kinds we have today, a.k (MORE)
In Farm Crops

BT Corn refers to corn that?

...contains DNA which makes the plant produce a protein which is toxic to certain insects of the Lepidoptera family. The protein is the same one produced by the Bacillus th (MORE)
In Corn Syrup

Is corn syrup a corn flour?

No. Corn syrup is a thick, sweet, sticky liquid. Corn flour is a dry, ground-up corn kernel product.
In Plural Nouns

Why is the plural of corn corns?

The countable noun corn (corns) is a word for a spot of thickened skin on the feet that can be painful. There is sometimes more than one corn at a time.. The uncountable noun (MORE)