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The archaeobotanical species problem
applications and new developments
a contribution to methodology and interpretation
2 Archaeohotanical investigations on a multicultural site at Adam Maharashtra with special reference to the development of tropical agriculture in par...
3 The identification of charred root and tuber crops from archaeological sites in the Pacific
4 Dietary evidence from the intestinal contents of ancient humans with particular reference to desiccated remains from northern Chile
contributions from phytolith analysis
the case of Southeast Asia
problems and prospects for late Quaternary palynology in New Guinea
the use of palynology to detect human activity in the Pacific islands
a preliminary study of the use of chromatography and spectrophotometry in the identification of four prehistoric root crop species from the desert co...
11 Protein and lipid analysis of food residues
DNA variation in taro and yam
5 Methods in the analysis of starch residues on prehistoric stone tools
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Tropical Archaeobotany: Applications and New Developments
Jon G. Hather
Sin vista previa disponible - 1994
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