Some articles on domesticated:
... crops (or primary domesticates) are the eight plant species that were domesticated by early Holocene (Pre-Pottery Neolithic A and Pre-Pottery Neolithic B) farming communities in the ... cereals and four pulses, and are the first known domesticated plants in the world ... Although domesticated rye (Secale cereale) occurs in the final Epi-Palaeolithic strata at Tell Abu Hureyra (the earliest instance of a domesticated plant species), it was an insignificant in the ...
... Around this time, and in the same region, the small Guineafowl was domesticated ... Other African domesticated plants were oil palm, raffia palm, black-eyed peas, groundnuts, and kola nuts ... Yam was domesticated 8000 BCE in West Africa ...
... For her Domesticated series Stein uses personal stories and local newspaper accounts to create staged tableau photographs of human and animal interaction ... us under rational control." A monograph of Domesticated was published by Photolucida in 2008 ... That same year Martin Parr awarded Domesticated the Best Book award at the 2008 New York Photo Festival ...
... The Hare Indian dog is an extinct domesticated canid possibly a breed of domestic dog, coydog, or domesticated coyote formerly found and originally bred in northern Canada by the Hare Indians for coursing ... It had the speed and some characteristics of the coyote, but the domesticated temperament and other characteristics of a domestic dog ...
... Around this time, and in the same region, the small Guineafowl were domesticated ... The most famous crop domesticated in the Ethiopian highlands is coffee ... noog, teff and finger millet were also domesticated in the Ethiopian highlands ...
More definitions of "domesticated":
- (adj): Converted or adapted to domestic use.
Example: "Domesticated plants like maize"
Famous quotes containing the word domesticated:
“Those who marry God can become domesticated tooits just as hum-drum a marriage as all the others. The word Love means a formal touch of the lips as in the ceremony of the Mass, and Ave Maria like dearest is a phrase to open a letter.”
—Graham Greene (19041991)
“His principles are like the bristles of a domesticated pig, they dont pierce through the pork.”
—Franz Grillparzer (17911872)
“Then we grow up to be Daddy. Domesticated men with undomesticated, frontier dreams. Suddenly lifeor is it the children?is not as cooperative as it ought to be. Its tough to be in command of anything when a baby is crying or a ten-year-old is in despair. Its tough to feel a sense of control when youve got to stop six times during the half-hour ride to Grandmas.”
—Hugh ONeill (20th century)