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AG SCI

Agricultural Science

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HARD RED WINTER BREAD/ROLLS ALL PURPOSE FLOUR (GREAT PLAINS)
HARD RED SPRING HIGHEST PROTEIN, BREAD (MONTANA ND SD MINNE)
SOFT RED WINTER HIGH YIELDING, LOW PROTEIN (EAST OF MISS) FLAT BREAD
DURUM HARDEST, LOW EXPORTATION (MONT ND SD MINNE) PASTA
HARD WHITE NEWEST, MILD/SWEET FLAVOR, YEAST, BREADS TORILLAS
SOFT WHITE LOW PROTEIN HIGH YIELD, BAKERY PRODUCTS NOT BREAD *FLOUR (PACIFIC NE)
MONOECIOUS SEPARATE MALE AND FEMALE FLOWERS ON SAME PLANT
DIOECIOUS SEPARATE MALE AND FEMALE FLOWERS ON DIFFERENT PLANTS
DOMESTICATION EVOLUTIONARY PROCESS WHERE PLANTS AND ANIMALS HAVE BEEN GENETICALLY ALTERD BY HUMANS
CORN (MAIZE)-- FROM SUNFLOWER-- FROM COLE CROPS (CABBAGE BROCC KALE)-- FROM CORN FROM TEOSINTE SUNFLOWER-- FROM WILD SUNFLOWER COLE CROPS (CABBAGE BROCC KALE)-- FROM WILD MUSTARD ANIMALS
NATURAL SELECTION the organisms that survive and reproduce in a population that genetically change to best adapt to their enviro
ARTIFICIAL SELECTION the organisms that survive and reproduce in a population that have genetically changed to be most useful to humans
JACK HARLAN proposed 3 main centers of origin of agriculture
proposed 3 main centers of origin of agriculture 1) the americas 2) middle east and africa 3) far east
NSSL NATIONAL SEED STORAGE LAB 1) stores varieties of crops to prevent extinvtion 2) distribute seed for research purposes 3) send back lost varieties to countries
CARL LINNAEUS organize classification system or plants discovered binomial for genus/species
AUGUST EICHLER KINGS PLAY CARDS ON FAT GREEN STOOLS + VARIETY expanded classification system for plants to reflect genetic/evolutionary similarities kingdom phylum class order family genus species variety
Created by: btw0528
 

 



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