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Understanding the Possible Contamination of Ancient Starch Residues by Adjacent Sediments and Modern Plants in Northern China 期刊论文
SUSTAINABILITY, 2017, 卷号: 9, 期号: 5, 页码: 12
Authors:  Ma, Zhikun;  Zhang, Chi;  Li, Quan;  Perry, Linda;  Yang, Xiaoyan
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starch grain analysis  potential contamination  cultural deposits  sustainable use  
New evidence for the exploitation of the Triticeae tribe at approximately 4,000 cal. BP in the Gansu-Qinghai area of Northwest China 期刊论文
QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL, 2016, 卷号: 426, 页码: 97-106
Authors:  Li, Mingqi
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Triticeae tribe  Starch grain analysis  Neolithic  Wheat and barley  Gansu-Qinghai area  
Early millet use in West Liaohe area during early-middle Holocene SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Ma Z. K.;  Yang, X. Y.;  Zhang, C.;  Sun, Y. G.;  Jia, X.
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Plant domestication  West Liaohe region  Agricultural origin  Neolithic  Age  Starch grain analysis  starch grains  north china  east-asia  plant  domestication  site  
Plant microremains provide direct evidence for the functions of stone knives from the Lajia site, northwestern China 期刊论文
CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN, 2014, 卷号: 59, 期号: 11, 页码: 1151-1158
Authors:  Ma, ZhiKun(马志坤);  Li, Q;  Huan, XJ;  Yang, XY;  Zheng, JY;  Ye, ML
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Stone Knife Function  Starch Grain Analysis  Phytolith Analysis  Lajia Site  Qinghai  
EXPERIMENTS WITH LITHIC TOOLS: UNDERSTANDING STARCH RESIDUES FROM CROP HARVESTING SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Yang X.;  Ma Z.;  Li Q.;  Perry L.;  Huan X.;  Wan Z.;  Li M.;  Zheng J.
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Starch Grain Analysis  Tool Function  Stone Knife  Simulation Experiment  Size Distribution  Grain Analysis  Wheat Endosperm  Domestication  China  Granules  Maize  Peru  Site  Province  
Plant microremains provide direct evidence for the functions of stone knives from the Lajia site, northwestern China SCI/SSCI论文
2014
Authors:  Ma Z. K.;  Li Q.;  Huan X. J.;  Yang X. Y.;  Zheng J. Y.;  Ye M. L.
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Stone Knife Function  Starch Grain Analysis  Phytolith Analysis  Lajia  Site  Qinghai  Early Holocene Optimum  Starch Grain Analysis  Southern China  Qinghai  
Identification of ancient starch grains from the tribe Triticeae in the North China Plain SCI/SSCI论文
2013
Authors:  Yang X. Y.;  Perry L.
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Starch Grain Analysis  Tribe Triticeae  Poaceae  Modern Reference  Collection  Dichotomous Key  Granule Starches  Barley  Wheat  Monsoon  Plants  
Starch grains analysis of stone knives from Changning site, Qinghai Province, Northwest China SCI/SSCI论文
2013
Authors:  Li M. Q.;  Yang X. Y.;  Ge Q. S.;  Ren X. Y.;  Wan Z. W.
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Changning Site  Qinghai Province  Qijia Culture  Starch Grain Analysis  Function Of Stone Knife  Subsistence Strategy  Dental Calculus  Analyses Reveal  Gansu Province  Agriculture  Maize  Tools  Diet  Domestication  Microfossils  Artifacts  
From the modern to the archaeological: starch grains from millets and their wild relatives in China SCI/SSCI论文
2012
Authors:  Yang X. Y.;  Zhang J. P.;  Perry L. D.;  Ma Z. K.;  Wan Z. W.;  Li M. Q.;  Diao X. M.;  Lu H. Y.
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Starch Grain Analysis  Millets And Their Wild Relatives  Modern  Starches  Archaeological Starches  Panicum-miliaceum  Stone Tools  Site  L.  Domestication  Agriculture  Residues  Plants  Peru  
Early millet use in northern China SCI/SSCI论文
2012
Authors:  Yang X. Y.;  Wan Z. W.;  Perry L.;  Lu H. Y.;  Wang Q.;  Zhao C. H.;  Li J.;  Xie F.;  Yu J. C.;  Cui T. X.;  Wang T.;  Li M. Q.;  Ge Q. S.
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Starch Grain Analysis  Agriculture Origins  Early Neolithic  Millet  Domestication  East Asia  Starch Grain Analysis  Domestication  Site  Donghulin