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domestication and exploitation of plants and animals

domestication and exploitation of plants and animals

proceedings of a meeting of the Research Seminar in Archaeology and related subjects held at the Institute of Archaeology, London University

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Published by Gerald Duckworth .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographies.

Statementedited by Peter J Ucko and G W Dimbleby.
ContributionsUCKO, Peter J., DIMBLEBY, G. W., RESEARCH SEMINAR IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND RELATED SUBJECTS.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi, 581p. :
Number of Pages581
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19568962M

Identify major centers of domestication of plants and animals and patterns of diffusion in the first (Neolithic) agricultural revolution. - Southwest Asia was an early center of crop domestication the earliest crop was wheat and barley aro years ago. Joe The Book Guy × Menu. Home; Joe’s Blog The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals $ 2 in stock. The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals quantity. Add to cart. Add to Wishlist. SKU: LoC Categories: Agriculture, Animals, Anthropology.

Thus the domestication of animals and plants proved harbinger to cultivation of crops and rearing of cattle and animals. , The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals, pp 3Payne, S.,(), On the interpretation to bone samples from archaeological sites, E. . This volume results from presentations at the Institute of Archaeology, London University, discussing the domestication and exploitation of plants and animals. Workers in the archaeological, anthropological, and biological fields attempted to bridge the gap between their respective disciplines through personal contact and discussion.

  Despite a long history of exploitation of Triticeae grasses in northern China, these plants have never gone through a domestication process in this part of the world. Legume starch granules, including Vigna sp., have been found on grinding stones in many sites along the Yellow River region, including the Late Paleolithic site at Shizitan S9. India - India - Agriculture and animal husbandry: It is certain that such great concentrations of population had never been seen in the Indian subcontinent before that date. Clearly the exploitation of the Indus River floodplains and the use of the plow attested in Early Harappan times by finds in Kalibangan were matters of supreme importance.


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—Robert H. Dyson, Jr., American Anthropologist “This is the best compilation available on the many ways to study the domestication, use, and evolution of plants and animals. It is a valuable reference work, but almost any chapter will make a casual reader view the diverse products in his supermarket with new interest.”Cited by: The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals - Google Books The domestication of plants and animals was one of the greatest steps forward taken by mankind.

Although it was first. About this book. Originally published inthis volume resulted from presentations at the Institute of Archaeology, London University, discussing the domestication and exploitation of plants and animals. --Early animal domestication in China --Early cereal cultivation in China --The origins of yam cultivation --The origin, variability & spread of the groundnut (Arachis hypogaea) --The domestication of chili peppers --Evolution of American Phaseolus beans under domestication --Some domesticated lower plants in South East Asian food technology.

The domestication of plants and animals was one of the greatest steps forward taken by mankind. Although it was first achieved long ago, we still need to know what led to it and how, and even when, it took place.

Only when we have this understanding will we be able to appreciate fully the important social and economic consequences of this step. The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals book. The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals book.

Edited By G. Dimbleby. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 July Pub. location New York. Imprint by: 1. The domestication of animals and plants was triggered by the climatic and environmental changes that occurred after the peak of the Last Glacial Maximum aro years ago and which continue to this present day.

These changes made obtaining food difficult. The first domesticate was the wolf (Canis lupus) at le years Younger Dryas that occur years ago was a. The domestication of plants and animals was one of the greatest steps forward taken by mankind. Although it was first achieved long ago, we still need to know what led to it and how, and even when, it took place.

Only when we have this understanding will we be able to appreciate fully the important social and economic consequences of this s: 2. Zohary, D. The progenitors of wheat and barley in relation to domestication and agricultural dispersal in the old world.

In The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals (pp. 47–66). London: Duckworth. Google Scholar. The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals - Volume 42 Issue - Colin Renfrew Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Context & development of studies of domestication / Peter J. Ucko and G.W. Dimbleby --On co-operation / W.F. Grimes --Part One: Origins of Domestication --Section One Environmental background --Agricultural systems, ecosystems & the origins of agriculture / David R.

Harris --The ecological background of plant domestication / J.G. Hawkes. The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals. London: Duckworth. MLA Citation. Research Seminar in Archaeology and Related Subjects.

and Ucko, Peter J. and Dimbleby, Geoffrey W. and University of London. Institute of Archaeology. Domestication has been documented for an increasing number of species, utilizing chronologically sequenced and quantified records of morphological change through the examination of preserved remains of plants and animals themselves (Fuller et al.

; Larson and Fuller ; Zeder ; Allaby et al. Initial Neolithic domestications can. Domesticated plants and animals must be raised and cared for by humans. Domesticated species are not wild.

Plant Domestication People first domesticated plants ab years ago, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in Mesopotamia (which includes the modern countries of Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Syria). People collected and planted the. The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals.

Proceedings of a meeting of the Research Seminar in Archaeology and Related Subjects, London, May Peter J. Ucko and G. Dimbleby, Eds. Aldine, Chicago, xxvi + pp., illus.

$Author: Erich Isaac. Book: The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals. pp pp. Abstract: The conditions under which domestication domestication Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details of plants occurred in the Near East are examined.

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Notice by Luarna Ediciones This book is in the public domain because the copyrights have expired under Spanish law. Luarna presents it here as a gift to its cus. The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals, edited by P.

J. Ucko and G. W. Dimbleby. Duckworth, £7 7s. - Volume 10 Issue 5 - M. A. CrawfordAuthor: M. A. Crawford.Origins of agriculture - Origins of agriculture - How agriculture and domestication began: Agriculture has no single, simple origin.

A wide variety of plants and animals have been independently domesticated at different times and in numerous places. The first agriculture appears to have developed at the closing of the last Pleistocene glacial period, or Ice Age (ab years ago).The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals by Peter John Ucko, G.

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