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Kukuruz u Septembru.

Pogled na polje kukuruza sredinom Septembra.
Kukuruz (Zea mays) je jednogodisnja biljka-zitarica iz porodice trava (Graminae). Sve do Cortesovog osvajanja Meksika postojala je jedino u Sjevernoj Americi, nakon cega se prosirio u Evropi. U Evropu je donesen 1493. a po nekim izvorima 1535. Na Balkan je stigao u 17. stoljecu.
Korijen mu je zilicast, a stablo visoko i clankovito s odvojenim muskim i zenskim cvjetovima. Plod mu je klip sa zrnima koje je uglavnom zuta ili bela.
Upotrebljava se za ishranu ljudi i domacih zivotinja i za industrijsku proizvodnju.
Mlevenjem zrna kukuruza dobija se brašno. Od kukuruznog brasna ili mesanjem sa psenicnim brasnom se za ljudsku ishranu priprema: hleb, proja, kacamak, kolaci i dr.
Kukuruz se koristi i u farmaceutskoj industiji, za proizvodnju lekova.




Corn in September..

View of the field of corn at mid-September.
Maize (Zea mays) is a one-year herb grain from the grass family (Graminae). Until Cortez's conquest of Mexico, it existed only in North America, after which it expanded in Europe. It was brought to Europe in 1493 and by some sources in 1535. It arrived in the Balkans in the 17th century.
The root is tough, and the tree is high and articular with separate male and female flowers. The fruit is a piston with a grain that is mostly yellow or white.
It is used for the feeding of humans and domestic animals and for industrial production.
By grinding corn grains, flour is obtained. From corn flour or blending with wheat flour, preparations for human consumption are prepared: bread, proje, kacamak, cakes, etc.
Corn is also used in the pharmaceutical industry, for the production of medicines.

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