Archaeogenomic insights into the adaptation of plants to the human environment: pushing plant-hominin co-evolution back to the Pliocene.

@article{Allaby2015ArchaeogenomicII,
  title={Archaeogenomic insights into the adaptation of plants to the human environment: pushing plant-hominin co-evolution back to the Pliocene.},
  author={Robin G. Allaby and Logan Kistler and Rafal M Gutaker and Roselyn Ware and James L. Kitchen and Oliver Smith and Andrew C Clarke},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2015},
  volume={79},
  pages={150-7}
}
The colonization of the human environment by plants, and the consequent evolution of domesticated forms is increasingly being viewed as a co-evolutionary plant-human process that occurred over a long time period, with evidence for the co-evolutionary relationship between plants and humans reaching ever deeper into the hominin past. This developing view is… CONTINUE READING