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MMW 1 Fall 2007 TA Juliana Cho; A03 A04 Midterm 2: Review Questions Neolithic: - define Neolithic – new stone age (9-5kya) -locate all agricultural developments (as mentioned in the reading) on a world map fertile crescent(coastal Syria up through bottom of Turkey and down the south west of Iran), mesopotamia, Jarmo(northeast Iraq), Natufians (around jarmo), Çatal Hüyük (south central turkey). -How does agriculture facilitate new social hierarchy? Specialization of labor in which everyone has jobs and someone has to organize and lead these people -How and why has agriculture changed the genetic makeup of domesticated plants and animals? 1. traits have been selected for non fractionating plants so they can be harvested 2. we breed larger animals with larger animals 3. -Name and explain how the archeological evidence found at Catal Huyuk indicates that it was an agricultural, complex society. there were permanent dwellings in close proximity -How has agriculture impacted the spread and development of new diseases?
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