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eBook Domestication of Plants in the Old World: The origin and spread of domesticated plants in Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Mediterranean Basin ePub

by Maria Hopf,Daniel Zohary

eBook Domestication of Plants in the Old World: The origin and spread of domesticated plants in Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Mediterranean Basin ePub
Author: Maria Hopf,Daniel Zohary
Language: English
ISBN: 0199549060
ISBN13: 978-0199549061
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 4 edition (May 4, 2012)
Pages: 280
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progenitors of domesticated plants. presents the conclusions of the book as determined. diffusion of agriculture seem apparent. The spread of agriculture from its south-west.

progenitors of domesticated plants. from the combined information provided by these. two sources (relevant data and references will be. presented in the following chapters). Beginnings of domestication. Asian core to Europe and central Asia involves the. species contained in the Neolithic crop assemblage. Map 2 (Plate 6) summarizes the information about. the six most important south-west Asian crops: emmer wheat (including its free-threshing deriva

Daniel Zohary, Professor Emeritus, Department of Evolution, Systematics and Ecology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel,Maria Hopf (deceased), Formerly Head of the Botany Department, Zentralmuseum, Mainz, Germany,Ehud Weiss, Senior.

Daniel Zohary, Professor Emeritus, Department of Evolution, Systematics and Ecology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel,Maria Hopf (deceased), Formerly Head of the Botany Department, Zentralmuseum, Mainz, Germany,Ehud Weiss, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Archaeology, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. Daniel Zohary, Professor Emeritus, Department of Evolution, Systematics and Ecology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. Maria Hopf, Formerly Head of the Botany Department, Zentralmuseum, Mainz, Germany.

The origin of agriculture is one of the defining events of human history. Some 11-10,000 years ago bands of hunter-gatherers started to abandon their high-mobility lifestyles in favour of growing crops, and the creation of settled, sedentary communities. This shift into an agricultural lifestyle triggered the evolution of complex political and economic structures, and technological developments, and ultimately underpinned the rise of all the great civilisations ofrecent human history.

Shortly after, cattle plants in south-west Asia is much less convincing. and pig domestication took place (Zeder 2011). However in the last few years, archaeobo- Its dry tubers were found in large quantities in tanical findings in these agricultural domains have Egypt from pre-dynastic times on.

and Spread of Cultivated Plants in West Asia, Europe, and the Nile Valley.

This book is mainly based on detailed consideration of two lines of evidences: the plant remains found at archaeological sites, and the knowledge that has accumulated about the present-day wild relatives of domesticated plants. Domestication of Plants in the Old World: The Origin and Spread of Cultivated Plants in West Asia, Europe, and the Nile Valley.

Daniel Zohary, Maria Hopf, and Ehud Weiss. The origin of agriculture is one of the defining events of human history

Daniel Zohary, Maria Hopf, and Ehud Weiss. The origin of agriculture is one of the defining events of human history. Some 11,000-10,000 years ago bands of hunter-gatherers started to abandon their high-mobility lifestyles in favour of growing crops, and the creation of settled, sedentary communities.

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1. Current state of the art 2. Sources of evidence for the origin and spread of domesticated plants 3. Cereals 4. Pulses 5. Oil and fibre producing crops 6. Fruit trees and nuts 7. Vegetables and tubers 8. Condiments 9. Dye crops 10. Plant remains in representative archaeological sites.

The origin of agriculture is one of the defining events of human history. Some 11-10,000 years ago bands of hunter-gatherers started to abandon their high-mobility lifestyles in favour of growing crops, and the creation of settled, sedentary communities. This shift into an agricultural lifestyle triggered the evolution of complex political and economic structures, and technological developments, and ultimately underpinned the rise of all the great civilisations of recent human history. Domestication of Plants in the Old World reviews and synthesises the information on the origins and domestication of cultivated plants in the Old World, and subsequently the spread of cultivation from southwest Asia into Asia, Europe, and north Africa, from the very earliest beginnings. This book is mainly based on detailed consideration of two lines of evidences: the plant remains found at archaeological sites, and the knowledge that has accumulated about the present-day wild relatives of domesticated plants. This new edition revises and updates previous data and incorporates the most recent findings from molecular biology about the genetic relations between domesticated plants and their wild ancestors, and incorporates extensive new archaeological data about the spread of agriculture within the region. The reference list has been completely updated, as have the list of archaeological sites and the site maps.
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