What therefore remains substantially is secondary vegetation and cultigens
Indigenous cranberries, Saskatoon berries, chokecherries, and pincherries replaced the cultigens
of the homeland.
These transgenic plants could be the potential cultigens
against the pathogens of soft rot for Chinese cabbage.
Instead, as has been historically true for most societies, foreign contacts could have materially and intellectually enriched recipient groups as they assimilated cultigens
, technologies, religious ideas, art styles, and symbols into their cultural patterns.
These smuggled samples of reproductive parts of African cultigens
equipped African slaves and their descendants with the ability to recreate some aspects of their former lives of working, cooking, and eating.
The acclimatisation of tropical Polynesian cultigens
to temperate, seasonal New Zealand at Polynesia's coldest south-western corner was especially challenging for the first c.
The hand movements of the coffee farmers used to carry out the project were similar to those used in the field in pruning, cutting, weeding, or nurturing their cultigens
With one exception, components of galactogenic foods are plants, and most are cultigens
The Pharmacologic, Ecologic and Social Implication of Using Non cultigens
Columbian exchange: the role of analogue crops in the adoption and dissemination of exotic cultigens
NEW EVIDENCE ON THE USE OF INITIAL CULTIGENS
BY THE HUNTER-GATHERER GROUPS OF THE ARCHAIC IV PERIOD AT EL PLOMO, ALTO MAIPO, CENTRAL CHILE
Lopes CA, Quezado-Soares AM, Melo PE (1994) Differential resistance of tomato cultigens
to biovars I and III of Pseudomonas solanacearum.