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ANTH 162, Fall 2022 (Prehistoric Food Production): Home

Introduction to Library Research

Research Paper Specifications:
Choose a plant or animal domesticate. Research the following items on your topic.
  • Taxonomic/Latin classification
  • Genetic and physiological changes from wild to domesticated form
  • Geographic and temporal origin of domestication
  • Explanations for why the plant or animal was domesticated
  • Archaeological evidence of early use and social context of use
 
Compile at least 15 sources for your annotated bibliography.
 
Here are a few examples of an annotated bibliography.
 
How to Write an Annotated Bibliography (UC Santa Cruz library guide)
 

 

List of Domesticates

IV. List of Domesticates:

PLANTS

ANIMALS

Amaranth

Alpaca

Avocado

Ass

Banana

Camel, bactrian

Barley

Camel, dromedary

Bottle Gourd

Cat

Cacao (Chocolate)

Cattle

Chenopodium (Quinoa)

Chicken

Chili peppers

Dog

Coconut

Duck

Common Bean

Goat

Cotton

Goose

Flax

Guinea pig

Grape

Horse

Lentil

Llama

Lima Bean

Musk Ox

Lime

Pig

Maize (Corn)

Rabbit

Manioc

Reindeer

Millet

Sheep

Olive

Turkey

Peanut

Water buffalo

Potato

Yak

Rice

 

Sorghum

 

Squash

 

Sunflower

 

Sweet potato

 

Tangerine/Orange

 

Taro

 

Wheat

 

Yam

 

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