Here is "Ancient Starch Map (the latest version)". Until now, some papers on ancient starch were published.
- Barker, G., H. Barton, M. Bird, P. Daly, I. Datan, A. Dykes, L. Farr, D. Gilbertson, B. Harrisson, C. Hunt, T. Higham, L. Kealhofer, J. Krigbaum, H. Lewis, S. McLaren, V. Paz, A. Pike, P. Piper, B. Pyatt, R. Rabett, T. Reynolds, J. Rose, G. Rushworth, M. Stephens, C. Stringer, J. Thompson, and C. Turney. 2007. The 'human revolution' in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo). Journal of Human Evolution 52 (3): 243-261.
- Barton, H. 2007. Starch residues on museum artefacts: implications for determining tool use. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 1752-1762.
- Boyadjiian, C. H. C., S. Eggers, and K. Reinhard. 2007. Dental wash: a problematic method for extracting microfossils from teeth. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 1622-1628.
- Dickau, R., A. J. Ranere, and R. G. Cooke. 2007. Starch grain evidence for the preceramic dispersals of maize and root crops into tropical dry and humid forests of Panama. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104 (9): 3651-3656.
- Hardy, K. 2007. Food for thought: starch in Mesolithic diet. Mesolithic Miscellany 18 (2): 2-11.
- Horrocks, M., and P.D. Nunn. 2007. Evidence for introduced taro (Colocasia esculenta) and lesser yam (Dioscorea esculenta) in Lapita-era (c. 3050-2500 cal. yr BP) deposits from Bourewa, southwest Viti Levu Island, Fiji. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 739-748.
- Lentfer, C., and R. Torrence. 2007. Holocene volcanic activity, vegetation succession, and ancient human land use: Unraveling the interactions on Garua Island, Papua New Guinea. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 143: 83-105.
- Norton, C. J. 2007. Senditism, territorial circumscription, and the increased use of plant domesticates across Neolithic-Bronze Age Korea. Asian Perspectives 46 (1): 133-165.
- Oudemans, T.F.M., G.B. Eijkel, and J.J. Boon. 2007. Identifying biomolecular origins of solid organic residues preserved in Iron Age Pottery using DTMS and MVA. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 173-193.
- Perry, L., R. Dickau, S. Zarrillo, I. Holst, D.M. Pearsall, D.R. Piperno, M.J. Berman, R.G. Cooke, K. Rademaker, A.J. Ranere, J.S. Raymond, D.H. Sandweiss, F. Scaramelli, K. Tarble, and J.A. Zeidler. 2007. Starch fossils and the domestication and dispersal of chili peppers (Capsicum spp. L.) in the Americas. Science 315: 986-988.