Tropical Archaeobotany: Applications and New Developments

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Jon G. Hather
Psychology Press, 1994 - 270 páginas
Covers the examination, identification and interpretations of plant remains in tropical archaeology, whilst also the origins, spread, distribution and past use of tropical plants for food and other purposes.
 

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References
7
Results
20
a preliminary study of the
33
Archaeobotanical investigations on a multicultural site at Adam
34
The identification of charred root and tuber crops from archaeological
51
Discussion
59
problems
62
Dietary evidence from the intestinal contents of ancient humans
65
Recent phytolith research in lowland Ecuador
119
Conclusions
133
The prospects and problems of using palynology to trace the origins
139
The Southeast Asian fossil pollen record
146
Cultivar pollen types which might be recognized with
153
Conclusions
163
Pollen diagrams from New Guinea
174
Anthropogenic indicators in Quaternary sediments
185

Methodology
71
Conclusions
80
Methods in the analysis of starch residues on prehistoric stone tools
86
Reference collections contamination and caveats
95
Methods of morphological analysis
101
Conclusions
107
contributions from
113
Phytolith and diatom analysis
195
in the Pacific islands
202
References
212
Protein and lipid analysis of food residues
227
DNA variation in taro and yam
251
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