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[ABSTRACT] A recent switch in the study of the beginning of agriculture is to demonstrate the increasingly closer interaction between people and the landscape...
[KEYWORDS] early Holocene sites; landscapes; macro- and micro-plant remains; North China; palaeo-ecology; subsistence strategies; STARCH GRAINS; EAST-ASIA; AGRICULTURAL ORIGINS; INNER-MONGOLIA; PLANT FOODS; PLEISTOCENE; DOMESTICATION; POTTERY; LAKE
[ABSTRACT] While the possibility of indigenous rice cultivation cannot be entirely ruled out, there is increasing evidence suggesting that rice farming was in...
[KEYWORDS] Guangdong; Guye site; late-Holocene; Lingnan Region; Shixia site; southward spread of rice farming; PEARL RIVER DELTA; ASIAN RICE; ORIGINS; AGRICULTURE; DISPERSAL
Rice bulliform phytoliths reveal the process of rice domestication in the Neolithic Lower Yangtze River region
Nagoya International Quaternary Science Meeting
[ABSTRACT] Recent studies have shown that the proportion of rice bulliform phytoliths with >= 9 fish-scale decorations can be used as a criterion to differ...
[KEYWORDS] Phytolith analysis; Origins of agriculture; Plant remains; Archaeobotanical data; China; SILICA BODY; EAST CHINA; CARBONIZATION; CULTIVATION; JAPONICA; INDICA; WILD
Understanding the Possible Contamination of Ancient Starch Residues by Adjacent Sediments and Modern Plants in Northern China
[ABSTRACT] The potential contamination of ancient residues from both modern plant sources and sediments adjacent to archaeological contexts can complicate int...
[KEYWORDS] starch grain analysis; potential contamination; cultural deposits; sustainable use; GRAIN ANALYSIS; STONE TOOLS; DOMESTICATION; REVEAL; ARTIFACTS; VALLEY; FOODS; RICE
Multiple indicators of rice remains and the process of rice domestication: A case study in the lower Yangtze River region, China
[ABSTRACT] The process of rice domestication has been studied for decades based on changing morphological characteristics in assemblages of both macroremains,...
[KEYWORDS] PLANT DOMESTICATION; PHYTOLITH; ORIGINS; WILD; EVOLUTION; INSIGHTS; PROGRESS
New radiocarbon and archaeobotanical evidence reveal the timing and route of southward dispersal of rice farming in south China
[ABSTRACT] The origins and spreads of rice agriculture have been enduring topics, yet the timing and southward dispersal from the Yangtze River Basin have bee...
[KEYWORDS] Agriculture spread; Charred rice seeds; Phytolith analysis; Nanshan Site; Laoyuan Site; Guangdong and Fujian; RIVER; ORIGINS; AGRICULTURE; SITE
FRONTIERS IN EARTH SCIENCE
[ABSTRACT] Dogs served in a variety of capacities in prehistory. After their domestication in Paleolithic hunter-gatherer societies, the emergence of agricult...
[KEYWORDS] 0708 地球物理学;
proceedings of the national academy of sciences of the united states of america
[ABSTRACT] It is generally understood that foxtail millet and broomcorn millet were initially domesticated in Northern China where they eventually became the ...
[KEYWORDS] starch grain analysis; agriculture origins; early Neolithic; millet domestication; East Asia; STARCH GRAIN ANALYSIS; DOMESTICATION; SITE; DONGHULIN
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