how come corn ,doesn't digest in the human body

asked Jun 16, 2012 by anonymous
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answered Jun 17, 2012 by mshelton Level 3 User (8,500 points)
Digestive enzymes, which humans to not have are required to digest the fibrous parts of the corn.  Other organisms have these enzymes.
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