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Plant domesticates from East Asia, such as rice (Oryza sativa) and foxtail millet (Setaria italica), are largely absent from the archaeobotanical record of early (here meaning pre-3000 cal BP) agriculture in ISEA (Donohue & Denham 2010).
She doesn't just find a nice guy to settle down with - she marries a rock star and then domesticates him.
Coverage of the more recent domesticates follows, with chapters on each of the classes of vertebrates, from fish to mammals.
Tuttle's play of frame and wall or wall and floor domesticates even while it estranges.
Animals as domesticates subjects its topic to the Five Ws of journalism: who, what, where, when and why.