Domestication [noun]

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It's worth stopping for a moment to consider just how weird they are within the realm of domestication.

The set of genes associated with the domestication of many crops direct the production of two key hormones, florigen and antiflorigen.

Those genomes, along with those of modern dogs and wolves, show how dogs have moved around the world with people since their domestication.

In 1959, Belyaev began a project that has greatly informed our best guesses as to what we believe the earliest steps of domestication were.

Animal prey and their spirits represented something close to equal partners in the struggle for survival, rather than being part of the kind of dominant-subservient relationship more likely to be associated with animal domestication.

There is a disease to which the Horse, from his state of domestication, is frequently subject.

This wide diversity is the result of long domestication, under almost every conceivable variety of condition.

The adaptation of the unicorns proceeded in the following years, but not their domestication.

This lies partly in its inherited nature and original surroundings, but suggests long domestication.

He has shown us that even on the steppe the cultivation of cereals precedes the domestication of sheep and cattle.