Maize Domestication Bibliography - Bibliography of the Domestication of Maize

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Bibliography of Maize Domestication
A Brief Bibliography of Maize and its Domestication
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This bibliography is part of the Guide to the Domestication of Maize1. Baden, William M. and Christopher S. Beekman 2001 Culture and Agriculture: A Comment on Sissel Schroeder, Maize Productivity in the Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains of North America. American Antiquity 66(3):505-516. Barlow, K. R. 2002 Predicting Maize Agriculture among the Fremont: An Economic Comparison of Farming and Foraging in the American Southwest. American Antiquity 67(1):65-88. Benz, Bruce, Hugo Perales, and Stephen Brush 2007 Tzeltal and Tzotzil Farmer Knowledge and Maize Diversity in Chiapas, Mexico. Current Anthropology 48(2):289-300. Benz, Bruce F. 2001 Archaeological evidence of teosinte domestication from Guilá Naquitz, Oaxaca. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98(4):2105-2106.
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Benz, Bruce F. and Hugh H. Iltis 1990 Studies in archaeological maize I: The "wild" maize from San Marcos Cave reexamined. American Antiquity 55(3):500511. Boyd, M., C. Surette, and B. A. Nicholson 2006 Archaeobotanical evidence of prehistoric maize (Zea mays) consumption at the northern edge of the Great Plains. Journal of Archaeological Science 33:1129-1140. Boyd, M., T. Varney, C. Surette, and J. Surett 2008 Reassessing the northern limit of maize consumption in North America: stable isotope, plant microfossil, and trace element content of carbonized food residue2. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(9):2545-2556. Dickau, Ruth, Anthony J. Ranere, and Richard G. Cooke 2007 Starch grain evidence for the preceramic dispersal of maize and root crops into tropical dry and humid forests of Panama. 3Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(9):3651-3656. Doebley, John F., Brandon S. Gaut, and Bruce D. Smith 2006 The Molecular Genetics of Crop Domestication.4 Cell 1271:309-321. Dunn, Mary E. 1979 Ceramic depictions of maize: A basis for classification of prehistoric races.5 American Antiquity 44(4):757-774. Eubanks, Mary W. 2001 An interdisciplinary perspective on the origin of maize.6 Latin American Antiquity 12(1):91-98. Fearn, Miriam L. and Kam-biu Liu 1997 Identification of maize pollen: Reply to Eubanks. American Antiquity 62(1):146-148. Fritz, Gayle J. 1990 Multiple pathways to farming in precontact Eastern North America. Journal of World Prehistory 4(4):387-435. Green, William 1999 Late Woodland knobbed pipes: An association with early maize? Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society 46:1-8. Hart, John P., Hetty J. Brumbach, and Robert Lusteck 2007 Extending the Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays ssp. mays) and Squash (Cucurbita sp.) in Central New York. American Antiquity 72(3):563-584. Holst, Irene, J. E. Moreno, and Dolores R. Piperno 2007 Identification of teosinte, maize, and Tripsacum in Mesoamerica by using pollen, starch grains, and phytoliths.7 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(45):17608-17613. Jaenicke-Després, Viviane, et al. 2003 Early Allelic Selection in Maize as Revealed by Ancient DNA.8 Science 302 1206-1208. MacNeish, Richard S. and Mary W. Eubanks 2000 Comparative analysis of the Rio Balsas and Tehuacan models for the origin of maize. Latin American Antiquity 11(1):3-20. Pearsall, Deborah M. 2002 Maize is still ancient in prehistoric Ecuador: The view from Real Alto, with comments on Staller and Thompson. Journal of Archaeological Science 29:51-55.

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Pearsall, Deborah M., Karol Chandler-Ezall, and James A. Zeidler 2004 Maize in ancient Equador: results of residue analysis of stone tools from the Real Alto site. Journal of Archaeological Science 31(4):423-442. Perry, Linda, et al. 2006 Early maize agriculture and interzonal interaction in southern Peru. Nature 44:076-79. Piperno, Dolores R., et al. 2009 Starch grain and phytolith evidence for early ninth millennium B.P. maize from the Central Balsas River Valley, Mexico9. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106:5019-5024. Piperno, D. R., et al. 2007 Late Pleistocene and Holocene environmental history of the Iguala Valley, Central Balsas Watershed of Mexico.10 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(29):11874-11881. Pohl, Mary E. D., Dolores R. Piperno, Kevin O. Pope, and John G. Jones 2007 Microfossil evidence for pre-Columbian maize dispersals in the neotropics from San Andrés, Tabasco, Mexico.11 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(16):6870-6875. Ranere, Anthony J., et al. 2009 The cultural and chronological context of early Holocene maize and squash domestication in the Central Balsas River Valley, Mexico.12 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 5014-5018 Sluyter, Andrew and Gabriela Dominguez 2006 Early maize (Zea mays L.) cultivation in Mexico: Dating sedimentary pollen records and its implications. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(4):1147-1151. Smalley, John and Michael Blake 2003 Sweet beginnings: Stalk sugar and the domestication of maize. Current Anthropology 44(5):675-703. Staller, John E. 2003 An examination of the paleobotanical and chronological evidence for an early introduction of maize into South America: A response to Pearsall. Journal of Archaeological Science 30373-380. Wright, Stephen I., et al. 2005 The Effects of Artificial Selection on the Maize Genome. 13Science 308(5726):1310-1314. Zarrillo, Sonia, et al. 2008 Directly dated starch residues document early formative maize (Zea mays L.) in tropical Ecuador.14 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(13):5006-5011. Open access.
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