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7 Lectures 12 and 13 melo ), soybean ( Glycine max ), lotus ( Nelumbo ), yarro ( Achillea siberica ), mugwort ( Artemisia ), motherwort ( Leonurus ), mallow ( Malva verticillata ), huanlan ( Metaplexis stauntoni ), plantain ( Plantago major ), poke ( Phytolacca acinosa ), huo ( Rhynchosia ), cocklebur ( Xanthium strumarium ), sweet f ag ( Acorus gramineus ), water plantain ( Alisma plantageo ), water fern ( Marsilea quandrifolia ), elm ( Ulmus ), and bamboo ( Bambusa ). Fruits and Nuts : peach ( Prunus persica ), pear ( Pyrus spp . ), plum ( P. salicina ), Japanese apricot ( P. mume ), Chinese jujube ( Ziziphus jujuba and Z. spinosa ), raisin tree ( Hovenia dulcis ), Chinese chestnut ( Castanea mollissima ), white mulberry ( Morus alba ), oak ( Quercus ), pine ( Pinus ), brown pepper ( Zanthoxylum piperitum ), and quince ( Chaenomeles japonica ). In the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE the Chinese developed the trace harness in which the weight of a load is borne by the horse’s chest and collar bones. The throat-and-girth harness used in the West was inef
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