domesticate

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Synonyms for domesticate

Synonyms for domesticate

to train to live with and be of use to people

Synonyms for domesticate

adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment

make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans

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There is extremely sparse evidence to suggest that East Asian plant domesticates and farming spread across ISEA before 3000 cal BP.
Other New Guinea domesticates remain of regional importance, such as sago (Metroxylon sagu; Kjaer et al.
The primary animal domesticates associated with early farming practices in ISEA, Near Oceania and most islands of Remote Oceania (Hung et al.
The Nagsabaran record, together with those of animal domesticates elsewhere in ISEA, suggest that chicken, dog and pig did not spread as part of an agricultural package southward from Taiwan.
These are small matters, however, and Animals as domesticates is a useful and welcome addition to the literature on ourselves and our friends and neighbours.
Throughout the '80s, Berger combined disparate and seemingly disconnected images, attempting to show how inexorably they become visually composed, "read" through a consensual frame that domesticates and homogenizes them.
Friedman merely domesticates the industrial supplies favored by the Minimalists and extends the obsession with the potential of nontraditional materials evident in Dieter Roth's chocolate and cheese sculptures, Eva Hesse's latex and fiberglass hanging works, and Joseph Beuys' masses of fat.