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Agriculture Study Guide

Growing a crop or raising an animal for human use Agriculture
The period where people began to farm. No one knows when it initially began Agricultural Revolution
Preparing, planting, caring for, and harvesting a plant crop Cultivation
Modifying a plant or animal species through selective breeding so that it becomes dependent on humans Domestication
Where is the hearth for potatoes Latin America
What are the major hearths for plant crops Latin America, Southwest Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, East Asia, Southeast Asia
Where is the hearth for wheat? Southwest Asia
Where is the hearth for rice? East Asia
Where is the hearth for coconuts? Southeast Asia
Where is the hearth for coffee? Sub-Saharan Africa
A form of subsistence agriculture based off on the herding of animals Pastoral Nomadism
The use of machinery in agriculture began Second Agricultural Revolution
The production of food primarily for sale Commercial Agriculture
The production of food primarily for the consumption of the farmers family Subsistence Agriculture
The 5 major types of agriculture in developing regions Pastoral nomadism, Shifting cultivation, Intensive subsistence(rice), Intensive subsistence(other crops), Plantation
A form of subsistence agriculture where the farmers shift activity from one field to another Shifting Cultivation
Created by: Jonathan29