How Ancient DNA May Help in Understanding the Origin and Spread of Agriculture [and Discussion]
The origin and spread of agriculture have been central questions in archaeology for the last 75 years and are increasingly being addressed by a multidisciplinary approach involving biologists, ecologists, geographers and anthropologists as well as archaeologists. Molecular genetics has the potential...
|Published in:||Philosophical transactions, Vol. 354, No. 1379 (1999), p. 89-98|
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