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Late Jomon cultigens in northeastern Japan

  • A. C. D'Andrea (a1), G. W. Crawford (a2), M. Yoshizaki (a3) and T. Kudo (a4)

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The subsistence basis for Japanese civilization has always been intensive rice cultivation. What was grown there before the introduction of paddy technology? A glimpse of the plant cultigens in the later Jomon begins to tell.

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Late Jomon cultigens in northeastern Japan

  • A. C. D'Andrea (a1), G. W. Crawford (a2), M. Yoshizaki (a3) and T. Kudo (a4)

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