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Human Dispersal and Species Movement
After the domestication of plants and animals, the subsequent spread of agriculture represented a process of adaptation of both species and landscapes. Crop species moved beyond their original ecological limits, and their range expansion, when successful, was generally the result of adaptive post-domestication genetic changes on the part of the plants, human-induced changes in agricultural landscapes, and the dynamics of cultural food choice. This chapter explores the patterns by whichdoi:10.1017/9781316686942.013 fatcat:scohr3syq5ajzc55x4lnykzymu