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Some of the different ways to prove natural polyploidization prior to domestication will be shown in Gossypium (cotton, cytogeographical data) and Nicotiana (tobacco, genetical data).
Earlier research has suggested that dog domestication occurred in places as varied as Europe (SN: 12/14/13, p.
In recent years in addition to archaeological and zooarchaeological evidence molecular studies have become one of the most powerful tools for the study of livestock origin in the process of domestication (Zeder 2006) .
Louis, wrote a review article that summarizes recent research on the domestication of large herbivores for "The Modern View of Domestication.
As domestication is often associated with large increases in population density and crowded living conditions, these 'unfavorable' environments might be the selective pressure that drove the rewiring of both species," says their report on the study published in the journal Nature.
html) In a paper in the journal Nature on Wednesday, the scientists said they identified 36 genomic regions that underwent some kind of selective pressure during the process of domestication.
Much of the rest of Murdock's study is an exploration of this theme--the domestication of drink-in relation to the campaigns of such groups as the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform (WONPR) to bring about repeal.
This chapter serves as a good introduction to lupin domestication because there are a number of species that are agronomically important, and they have a distribution in the new world as well as important populations within the Mediterranean and elsewhere.
CONSTRAINTS questions whether crop domestication has shifted ecophysiological and biophysical traits related to resource acquisition, use and partitioning, and how trade-offs between them have constrained domestication and can limit future improvements in both optimal and sub-optimal conditions.
Francis presents students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with an examination of the history, historical and contemporary impacts, and future of domestication in a man made world.
In July, three scientists proposed that certain physical features shared by domestic animals, described as domestication syndrome, might all result from mild defects in the function of cells known as neural crest cells (SN: 8/23/14, p.
Like domestication, de-domestication, or evolution from the crop species of unpalatable weedy species that have many wild-like traits, also seems to have happened twice.