[ zˈiː mˈe͡ɪz ɪndjʊ͡əɹˈɑːtə], [ zˈiː mˈeɪz ɪndjʊəɹˈɑːtə], [ z_ˈiː m_ˈeɪ_z ɪ_n_d_j_ʊə_ɹ_ˈɑː_t_ə]
How to use "Zea mays indurata" in context?
Zea Mays Indurata, commonly known as Durum wheat, is a type of hard red spring wheat that has a high protein content. It is used to make pasta, couscous, bread, and other gluten-containing products. Durum wheat is typically higher in carbohydrates than other types of wheat, which makes it well suited for pasta dishes that rely on the pasta's soak up properties to provide a rich and hearty texture.
Durum wheat is also a good source of vitamin B6 and vitamin E, which are essential for a healthy mind and body.
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