From Songlines to genomes: Prehistoric assisted migration of a rain forest tree by Australian Aboriginal people

@inproceedings{Rossetto2017FromST,
  title={From Songlines to genomes: Prehistoric assisted migration of a rain forest tree by Australian Aboriginal people},
  author={Maurizio Rossetto and Emilie J Ens and Thijs Honings and Peter D. G. Wilson and Jia-Yee S. Yap and Oliver Wood Costello and Erich R. Round and Claire Bowern},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Prehistoric human activities have contributed to the dispersal of many culturally important plants. The study of these traditional interactions can alter the way we perceive the natural distribution and dynamics of species and communities. Comprehensive research on native crops combining evolutionary and anthropological data is revealing how ancient human populations influenced their distribution. Although traditional diets also included a suite of non-cultivated plants that in some… CONTINUE READING
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