Anth Rec Oct 3 - Symbiotic Relationship Theory In order to...

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Origins of Agriculture 18:07 How agriculture occurred Oasis Hypothesis Natural haHabitat Hypothesis No climate change, no concentration near limited water sources Humans saw benefit of domestication Population Pressure Hypothesis Population increase called for more food, needed to produce food more effectively to  feed all Social Hypothesis Ability to generate food surplus is an advantage Food was transformed into a desired object
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Unformatted text preview: Symbiotic Relationship Theory In order to obtain poisons and fibers, Agriculture resulted Domestication Plants Selection for thinner seed coats in evolving by natural selection Modern Husbandry First animal to be domesticated = Cats To protect farming Evolution Boar to Pig Modern Irrigation Technology Use of animal force (the plow) 18:07 18:07...
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course ANTHROPOLO 101 taught by Professor Kimschaefer during the Fall '11 term at UNC.

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