Maize is a plant that is commonly known as corn. Mums are a flowering plant.
Maize or corn is a monocotyledonous flowering plant. At the top of the stalk is the tassel which represents the cluster of male flowers. The female part is the "cob" that emerges from the axil of a leaf. Maize actually produces ears of corn. The ear consists of the grains of corn attached to the cob, the silk that transfers the pollen to the grains and the shuck that protects the rest of the ear.
The grain of wheat or maize or any other cereal
Wheat is a flowering plant. The wheat you eat is the seed of the plant.
Maize, or corn, is a grass. Grasses are monocots that have relatively small flowers that are difficult to notice, but they're there. The scientific name is Zea mays and it is in the grass family, Poaceae.
No, maize is a C4 plant.
Rice is a flowering plant (angiosperm).
is conifer a flowering plant
a non flowering plant is a plant which do not bear flowers whereas a flowering plant is a plant which bears flowers