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Range shifts are part of domestication

  • Author(s): Young, Kenneth R;
  • et al.
Abstract

The diversification of species, breeds, and landraces inherent to the domestication of useful taxa is associated with range shifts. As a result, biogeography has many opportunties to interact with new findings about domestication to add an important spatial dimension to research efforts.

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