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DATE

1999

AUTHORS

Timothy C. Hall , Mahesh B. Chandrasekharan , Guofu Li

ABSTRACT

A vital foundation for civilization was the invention, apparently less than 20, 000 years ago, of crop cultivation. The realization that seeds could be collected and later sown to give new food plants permitted food to be grown and gathered at a given location for several years. This led to the replacement of nomadic foraging by the establishment of settlements, and the emergence of artisans. Seed proteins played a major role in these changes since, in addition to their degradation and assimilation by the germinating seedling, they represent major food resources that can be stored and used over winter for man and for livestock. More... »

PAGES

209-240

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