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6. The center of origin is for any plant with most diversity . Breeders use this to pinpoint new genes to improve the crop like disease resistance. 9. Queen Hatchepsut= was a woman who became a pharaoh of Egypt. She was known for her elaborate gardens and temple and her part in bringing new plants to Egypt. 11. New Stone Age= which is also termed the Neolithic Age. This is where agriculture was first used and brought on practical tools and the discovery of plant domestication. 13. Seed Shattering= the random dispersal of seeds from plants that have just ripened 14. Silk Road= a road from China to the west that people used to transport silk and spices. Some even traded. 15. Egyptian landscape was very flat and dry so the gardens used were created to be different from the landscape and very inventive because no other landscape was seen to be able to portray. They also contained a lot of architecture as well. The Chinese landscape is very lush and green with mountains. Their gardens were very much similar to that of the natural landscape and wanted them to appear
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course BIOL 333 taught by Professor Walter during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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