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Details for: Zea mays


Source: Valdés, B. & Scholz, H.; with contributions from Raab-Straube, E. von & Parolly, G. (2009): Poaceae (pro parte majore). Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Zea mays L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 971. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Lilianae
                         Ordo - Poales
                              Familia - Poaceae Barnhart
                                   Tribus - Andropogoneae Dumort.
                                        Genus - Zea L.
                                            
 
Common names: adaza (Spanish, Castillian), adaza (Valencian), arcazaba (Spanish, Castillian), artale (Euskera), artho (Euskera), arto (Euskera), arto (Spanish, Castillian), artoa (Euskera), artua (Spanish, Castillian), barbas de milho (Portuguese), blad de las Indias (Majorcan), blat d’Indi (Majorcan), blat d´indi (Catalan), blat d´Indies (Catalan), blat de l’India (Catalan), blat de l´India (Catalan), blat de l´Índia (Catalan), blat de las Indias (Majorcan), blat de les Indies (Catalan), blat de les Indies (Majorcan), blat de moro (Catalan), blat de moro vermell (Catalan), blat moresc (Catalan), borona (Spanish, Castillian), burutxa (Euskera), cabell de blat de moro vermell (Catalan), cabell de dacsa (Valencian), cabell de la panotxa (Catalan), cabell/s de blat de moro (Catalan), cabellera (Catalan), cabellera de blat de moro (Catalan), cabellera de les espigues del blat de moro (Catalan), cabellera de les panotxes del blat de moro (Catalan), cabellera de maíz (Spanish, Castillian), cabellera de panís (Valencian), cabellera de panitza (Valencian), cabellera de panolla (Valencian), cabellera de panolla de maíz (Valencian), cabellera de panotxa (Catalan), cabello de panizo (estilos) (Aragonese), cabelos de milho (Portuguese), canaria (Valencian), cañota (Spanish, Castillian), cañote (Spanish, Castillian), capiello (Aragonese), capiello (High Aragonese), carriza (Aragonese), cascariza (Aragonese), cedo-ven (Galician), corona del panizo (Aragonese), dachsa (Valencian), dacsa (Catalan), dacsa (Majorcan), dacsa (Spanish, Castillian), dacsa (Valencian), dacsera (Catalan), dacxa (Spanish, Castillian), daxa (Valencian), daza (Valencian), espiga (Catalan), espiga de blat de moro (Catalan), espigón (Spanish, Castillian), espigot de blat de moro (Catalan), estarucu (Asturian), farfolla (Spanish, Castillian), fusada (Catalan), gallarofa (Valencian), hilos de pinocha (estilos) (Aragonese), hojas (Spanish, Castillian), kikil (Euskera), la Maíz (Asturian), linho de maçaroca de milho (Portuguese), litx (Euskera), mainzo (Galician), maínzo (Galician), maínzo (Portuguese), mainzo (Spanish, Castillian), Mais (Estonian), maísa (Spanish, Castillian), maíz (Asturian), maíz (Galician), maiz (Spanish, Castillian), maíz (Spanish, Castillian), maíz acerado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz amarillo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz amarillu (Asturian), maíz anaranjado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz arroz (Spanish, Castillian), maíz azucarado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz azul (Spanish, Castillian), maíz azul-blanco (Spanish, Castillian), maíz barbudo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz blanco (Spanish, Castillian), maíz blancu (Asturian), maíz cabeza de clavo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz calado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz canario (Spanish, Castillian), maíz castellano (Spanish, Castillian), maíz colorado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz común (Spanish, Castillian), maíz cuarentín (Asturian), maíz de caballo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz de grano pequeño (Spanish, Castillian), maíz de Indias (Spanish, Castillian), maíz de la guija (Spanish, Castillian), maíz de la perla (Spanish, Castillian), maíz de mazorca larga (Spanish, Castillian), maíz de pollos (Spanish, Castillian), maíz del ganáu (Asturian), maíz dorado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz dorado-azulado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz dorado-mollar (Spanish, Castillian), maíz encarnado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz femia (Galician), maíz gigante del Canadá (Spanish, Castillian), maíz guija (Spanish, Castillian), maíz mollar (Spanish, Castillian), maíz morado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz morado-claro (Spanish, Castillian), maíz morado-rojo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz morillo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz nazareno (Spanish, Castillian), maíz negro (Spanish, Castillian), maíz obscuro (Spanish, Castillian), maíz pavonado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz perla (Spanish, Castillian), maíz rojo (Spanish, Castillian), maíz rojo-obscuro (Spanish, Castillian), maíz rosetero (Spanish, Castillian), maíz saltador (Spanish, Castillian), maíz tempranu (Asturian), maíz teñido (Spanish, Castillian), maíz terciado (Spanish, Castillian), maíz tostonero (Spanish, Castillian), maizá (Euskera), maizale (Euskera), maizera (Aragonese), maizera (High Aragonese), maizón (Asturian), maízos (Asturian), maizu (Asturian), maizurro (Euskera), maizurru (Euskera), maloja (Asturian), mazorca (Spanish, Castillian), meiz (Asturian), mijo turquesco (Spanish, Castillian), mijo turquescos (Spanish, Castillian), milhâo (Galician), milhâo (Portuguese), milheiro (Portuguese), milho (Galician), milho (Portuguese), milho de Turquia (Galician), milho de Turquia (Portuguese), milho de Turquía (Portuguese), milho grosso (Galician), milho grosso (Portuguese), milho ordinario (Portuguese), milho-grosso (Portuguese), milho-maês (Galician), milho-maes (Portuguese), milho-maês (Portuguese), milho-maíz (Portuguese), milleiro (Galician), milleka (Euskera), millo (Galician), millo (Portuguese), millo (Spanish, Castillian), millo de Indias (Galician), millo grande (Galician), millo graúdo (Galician), millo graúdo (Portuguese), millo groso (Galician), millo groso (Portuguese), milloc (Catalan), milloca (Aragonese), milloca (Catalan), milloca (High Aragonese), milloca (Spanish, Castillian), milloch (Catalan), millon (Galician), milloquera (Aragonese), milloquera (High Aragonese), millot (Catalan), millote (Galician), millote (Portuguese), millu (Spanish, Castillian), mixu (Spanish, Castillian), miyu (Spanish, Castillian), monyo de paniza (Valencian), monyo de panoja (Valencian), monyo de panolla (Valencian), moresc (Catalan), moresch (Valencian), moriscasses (Catalan), nixa (Spanish, Castillian), palo de piña de maíz rubio (Spanish, Castillian), panellera (Valencian), panico de Indias (Spanish, Castillian), panís (Aragonese), panís (Catalan), panís (High Aragonese), panís (Valencian), panís de l’India (Catalan), panís de l´India (Catalan), panís de l´Índia (Catalan), panis de las Indias (Valencian), paniso (Aragonese), paniso (High Aragonese), paniza (Spanish, Castillian), paniza de maíz (Spanish, Castillian), paniza roja (Spanish, Castillian), panizera (Aragonese), panizera (High Aragonese), panizo (Aragonese), panizo (Catalan), panizo (High Aragonese), panizo (Spanish, Castillian), panizo (Valencian), panizo americano (Spanish, Castillian), panizo basto (Spanish, Castillian), panizo de Indias (Spanish, Castillian), panizo de las Indias (Spanish, Castillian), panizo gordo (Spanish, Castillian), panizo tostonero (Spanish, Castillian), panizu (Spanish, Castillian), panocha (Galician), panocha (Spanish, Castillian), panochas (Aragonese), panoja (Spanish, Castillian), panojas (Spanish, Castillian), panolla (Valencian), panolla de panís (Valencian), panotxa (Catalan), panotxa (Valencian), paprastasis kukurūzas (Lithuanian), parastā kukurūzas (Latvian), pel de dacsa (Valencian), pel de paniza (Valencian), pel de panoja (Valencian), pel de panolla (Valencian), pelo de maíz (Spanish, Castillian), pelo de millo (Galician), pelo de milloca (Aragonese), pelo de panitza (Valencian), pelo de panizo (Aragonese), pelo de panocha (Aragonese), pelo de panoja (Spanish, Castillian), pelo de panota (Aragonese), pelo de pinocha (Aragonese), pelo pinocha (Aragonese), pelos (Spanish, Castillian), pelos de panocha (Spanish, Castillian), pelucha (Aragonese), pelusa (Spanish, Castillian), perruca (Catalan), piña (Spanish, Castillian), pinocha (Aragonese), pinochas (Aragonese), pinochera (Aragonese), pinochera (High Aragonese), pinochón (Aragonese), plumero (Catalan), retós de milho (Portuguese), rosetas (Spanish, Castillian), seda de panizo (Aragonese), seda de pinocha (Aragonese), seda do millo (Galician), tarucu (Asturian), trigo de Indias (Spanish, Castillian), trigo de la India (Spanish, Castillian), trigo de las Indias (Spanish, Castillian), trigo de maíz (Spanish, Castillian), trigo de Turquía (Spanish, Castillian), zea (Galician), zuro de mazorca (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [cAb(A) cAg cAl cAr cAu(A) cAz cBe cBl cBr cBu cBy cCa(C F G H L P T) cCo cCr cCs cCt cCy cDa cEs cFe cGa cGe cGg(A) cGr cHb cHe cHo cHs cHu cIt cJu cLe cLi cLS cLu cMa cMo cNo cPo cRf(C CS E S) aRf(N) cRm cSa cSi(S) cSk cSl cSr cSu cTcs cTn cTu(A E) cUk(K U)]


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