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Silk of the corn

Iowa Federation of Women"s Clubs.

Silk of the corn

poems by members of the Iowa Federation of Women"s Clubs

by Iowa Federation of Women"s Clubs.

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Published by H. Harrison in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iowa.
    • Subjects:
    • American literature -- Iowa.,
    • American poetry -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Mrs. L. Worthington Smith ...
      ContributionsSmith, Jessica Belle Welborn, "Mrs. L. Worthington Smith," ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS571.I8 I57
      The Physical Object
      Pagination112 p.
      Number of Pages112
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6292508M
      LC Control Number33019930
      OCLC/WorldCa17018204

      Corn silk definition: the silky tuft of styles and stigmas at the tip of an ear of maize, formerly used as a | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.   Zea mays also known as corn is an annual grass which was originated in Central America and belongs to the grass family Poaceae. It is one of the top three cereals in the world following rice and silk is the long and shiny fibers found at the top of ear of a Name: Indian Corn, Stigmata maydis, Maize.

      The silk which appears to grow off the top of ears of corn is a part of the female flowers of the corn plant. The purpose of corn silk to trap pollen from the male flower.. The male flower is the tassel that sticks out from the top of the plant. Corn silk (Zea mays) Corn silk is also known as mother's hair, Indian corn, maize jagnog, Turkish corn, yu mi xu, and stigmata maydis. The Indians of Central and South America, where the food crop is native, praised corn as a gift from the gods. The Incas used corn silk, the soft strands surrounding an ear of corn, as a healing herb, reports.

        Corn silk (Stigma maydis) is an important herb used traditionally by the Chinese, and Native Americans to treat many is also used as traditional medicine in many parts of the world such as Turkey, United States and France. Its potential antioxidant and healthcare applications as diuretic agent, in hyperglycemia reduction, as anti-depressant and anti-fatigue use have been claimed in Cited by: Step 1: Prep the corn and place in water. To boil fresh corn on the cob, first, remove the husks and silk. Then place the cobs in a kettle of unsalted boiling : Nicole Doster.


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Silk of the corn by Iowa Federation of Women"s Clubs. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Prevent the pest by applying mineral oil on the silk inside the tip of each corn ear three to seven days after the silk first appears. Use 20 drops of mineral oil per corn ear, and apply it with a. Regular corn cells have nuclei with 20 chromosomes.

Ten of these are derived from the egg cell and ten from the sperm nucleus that fertilizes the egg. Corn cross-pollinates when silks protruding from the ear shoot capture pollen grains from the tassel which germinate on the silk and then releases two sperms, each bearing 10 chromosomes.

Corn silk is used as a medicine. Corn silk is used for bladder infections, inflammation of the urinary system, inflammation of the prostate, kidney stones, and bedwetting. It is also used to treat.

Corn silk is the long, silky threads that grow on corncobs. This article explains everything you need to know about corn silk, including its uses, benefits, and dosage. "Children of the Corn" is a short story by Stephen King, first published in the March issue of Penthouse, and later collected in King's collection Night Shift.

The story involves a couple's exploration of a strange town and their encounters with its denizens after their vacation is sidelined by a Author: Stephen King. The wind blows and shakes the pollen powder off of the tassel and the powder falls on the ends of the silk which stick out of the little ear of corn to be.

Each thread of silk then carries a Author: Amanda Fiegl. “The House of Silk” opens when a rather foppish art dealer comes to Holmes because he feels in danger from a silent, mysterious man who wears a distinctive flat cap and bears a livid scar on.

Last week, I wrote about the tassel of a corn plant. This week, the subject is the silk, which part of the female reproductive organs of a corn plant. Bob. Corn silk is anti-inflammatory and protects and soothes the urinary tract and kidneys.

It acts as a diuretic and increases the output of urine, without adding further irritation to an already inflamed system. For urinary tract infections, try combining with uva ursi or Oregon grape. Use a sharp knife to cut off the bottom end of the corn, right through all the husks, silks, and cob.

Finally, squeeze the ear of corn from the top of the husk. The cooked corn will slide right out, leaving the husk and silk behind. Related: 10 Genius Corn. means it’s official. Federal government websites always use domain.

Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar. Corn silk is a common name for the shiny, thread-like, weak fibers that grow as part of ears of corn (); the tuft or tassel of silky fibers that protrude from the tip of the ear of corn.

The ear is enclosed in modified leaves called individual fiber is an elongated style, attached to an individual ovary. The term probably originated somewhere between and Corn silk seems to be safe for most people.

Corn silk can decrease potassium levels in the blood and can cause skin rashes, itching, and allergies. Special Precautions & Warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Corn silk is safe for pregnant women when used in the amounts normally found in larger amounts are unsafe, because corn silk might stimulate the uterus and cause a miscarriage.Cornsilk (often corn silk) are the threadlike strands that are seen protruding from the top end of an ear of corn.

They can range in color from yellow to brown. cornmeal and native cultures A crop native to Central and South America—Mayan, Incan, and American Indians made .