Native crop diversity in Aridoamerica: Conservation of regional gene pools

@article{Nabhan2008NativeCD,
  title={Native crop diversity in Aridoamerica: Conservation of regional gene pools},
  author={Gary Paul Nabhan},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={387-399}
}
Scholars have seldom considered the native crop diversity in northwest Mexico and the U.S. Southwest as resources of the same cohesive ecological and cultural region. The term Aridoamerica is introduced to describe this overlooked center of plant domestication and diversification, which is distinct from centers of Mesoamerica and the Mississippi Valley. To understand why certain of its landraces are unique, the systematic relationships and gene-pool relations of crops found prehistorically and… CONTINUE READING

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