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Internode of the brittle rachis Internode of the tough rachis Ripe spikelets disarticulating Pointed glume tips Shattering ear Ear Smooth surface of the scar Spikelet Seeds Fully ripe ear Ear Rough surface of the scar Spikelet Seeds Rachis Spikelet

@inproceedings{Salamini2002InternodeOT,
  title={Internode of the brittle rachis Internode of the tough rachis Ripe spikelets disarticulating Pointed glume tips Shattering ear Ear Smooth surface of the scar Spikelet Seeds Fully ripe ear Ear Rough surface of the scar Spikelet Seeds Rachis Spikelet},
  author={F. Salamini and H. {\"O}zkan and A. Brandolini and R. Sch{\"a}fer-Pregl and W. Martin},
  year={2002}
}
NATURE REVIEWS | GENETICS VOLUME 3 | JUNE 2002 | 429 diet. The archaeological record shows that humans who settled in the region harvested the wild forms of cereals from natural STANDS before deliberate cultivation and domestication. Some, as yet unknown, factors prompted this crucial shift. One of the numerous proposed possibilities is that an ~1,000-year episode of a cold, dry climate — the Younger Dryas, 12,200–11,100 cal BP (calibrated years before the present) — constricted or impaired the… Expand

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