Biomolecular Archaeology of Wheat: Past, Present and Future
The study of ancient biomolecules in preserved wheat remains could provide information on both the initial development of agriculture and its subsequent trajectories and spread in relation to changing human society. We have detected ancient DNA in extracts prepared from charred, waterlogged and mine...
|Published in:||World archaeology, Vol. 25, No. 1 (1993), p. 64-73|
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