This blog offers research information on Japanese archaeobotany as well as my interests.
11 January, 2011
New starch residue analysis in Middle Yellow River Valley
When I attended to the third meeting of
the collaborative research for approaching to plant utilization in the Jomon period
, I read the following paper. There are some problems, but this is a very new approach of starch residue analysis.
Liu, L., Field, J., Fullagar, R., Bestel, S., Chen, X. & Ma, X. 2010. What did grinding stones grind? New light on Early Neolithic subsistence economy in the Middle Yellow River Valley, China.
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