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Use of wild-wheat resources

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B. Lennart Johnson, University of California
J. Giles Waines, University of California

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California Agriculture 31(9):8-9.

Published September 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Wild wheats still flourish over a small corner of southeastern Europe and much of the Mideast. They are found from the Balkan Peninsula to Transcaucasia and southward in both arcs of the Fertile Crescent, to the Persian Gulf on the east and the Dead Sea on the west. From these wheats Stone Age man domesticated the types that fed emerging Near Eastern civilizations and, in time, gave rise to our durum and bread wheats.

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Use of wild-wheat resources

B. Lennart Johnson, J. Giles Waines
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Use of wild-wheat resources

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Authors

B. Lennart Johnson, University of California
J. Giles Waines, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(9):8-9.

Published September 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Wild wheats still flourish over a small corner of southeastern Europe and much of the Mideast. They are found from the Balkan Peninsula to Transcaucasia and southward in both arcs of the Fertile Crescent, to the Persian Gulf on the east and the Dead Sea on the west. From these wheats Stone Age man domesticated the types that fed emerging Near Eastern civilizations and, in time, gave rise to our durum and bread wheats.

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