#1.) what made maize attractive to man as a farming crop? #2) what was the impact of mutations on maize, wheat,...

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#1.) what made maize attractive to man as a farming crop? #2) what was the impact of mutations on maize, wheat, and rice? #3) how was food incorporated into creation myths throughout the world? #4) how did farming and animal domestication spread around the world? #5) how is farming and domestication profoundly unnatural?
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    • Maize was a desirable farming crop because it could be mutated by man in far greater quantities than would occur naturally. Mutations that resulted in larger ears with more kernels had to be planted by man's hand rather than letting them fall to the groun
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