Terjemahan dari domesticate
tame, domesticate, gentle
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tame (an animal) and keep it as a pet or for farm produce.
mammals were first domesticated for their milk
- naturalise, tame, cultivate, naturalize
- tame, reclaim
The last three years have been a successful time for them, and success does tend to domesticatepeople.
Attempts to tame and domesticate these creatures were met with mixed results, and even though some had proven docile enough to use as mounts, there was always the slight element of unpredictability about them.
Some species have been domesticated for flesh, liver, and egg production.
Genetic identification of the natural stands from which wild crops were domesticated addresses the question of where specifically within the Fertile Crescent humans invented agriculture.
Since the very beginnings of agriculture, humans in both the old and new worlds have domesticatedcereals.
There are also a few pictures of other domesticated animals including sheep and goats.
Flax fiber went out of vogue in the United States when the cotton gin was introduced, vaulting cotton ahead of one of the first crops domesticated by man.
Cultivated corn was domesticated more than 6,000 years ago.
They were much less effective as animal domesticators, possibly because they had fewerdomesticable animals to work with.
But the point is, all these cats are domesticated cats.
Contrary to popular belief, in the right circumstances domesticated dogs will kill cats.
Its 2500 domesticated Asian elephants are the only survivors from around 100,000 last century.
Only a couple of dozen animal species have been domesticated for food production.
He has given an eloquent description of their importance: When he domesticated wheat, man laid the foundations of western civilization.
Some ethnobotanists and anthropologists are convinced that root and tuber crops were among the first plants to be domesticated .
Archaeological and genetic evidence suggest that humans have been domesticating organisms since the Neolithic revolution, about 12,000 years ago.
Wild corn, it turns out, is a remarkably bad candidate for domestication .
On the one hand, dogs and cats have been domesticated for thousands of years.
About 200 cattle were domesticated in these areas.
Rabbit meat for the table can be derived from either wild or domesticated animals.
I have the house to myself for the next week, and those of you who know me will know that I’m hardly the most domesticated person.
‘I’m not the most domesticated person in the world and if cleaning a kitchen appliance is an issue, I just won’t buy it,’ she explains.
With the advent of farming in the Neolithic, a number of animal species were domesticated , starting with sheep, goats, pigs, and cattle.
Remnants of the herds ancestral to all domesticated camels may still survive in the deserts of central Asia.
What, indeed, does domestication do to an animal’s approach to learning?
Europe and Aisa were on an east-west axis, so any animals that proved domesticable in the east could be moved to the west or vice versa, because there was little difference in sunlight hours or climate.
The dog was domesticated in the subcontinent towards the end of the Mesolithic period.
Maize was domesticated about 7,500 years ago in Mexico, and then spread to North and South America.
Grains like wheat and barley were also domesticated at around this time.
It was because there were domesticable crops and animals in Euroasia, and barely any across the Pacific.