ASB222 Exam 3 Film Study Guide
ASB222 Exam 3 Film Study Guide ASB 222
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ASB 222 Film 3 Study Guide 1 Sago tree is an important source of food in New Guinea Why can39t it support a large population 0 Hunting is not as reliable depend on gathering by women 0 Stripping sage tree cook the center more productive physically harder can t be stored for long 0 Not enough calories low on protein 0 One tree yields 70 pounds of sago takes 34 days to process 2 What unique structure was discovered at an 11500yearold village in the Middle East Why is this discovery significant 0 Middle East suffered from environmental collapse 0 Dhra one of the earliest permanent villages 4050 people 0 Oval shaped building in the center of the village i Mug wall Upright stones on the inside chipped in beans over the top of that with the floor across it dry humidity control ii To store collectively protect grain barley and wheat from moisture insects for years 0 People started to grow their own food become farmers i Stay close to resource of water ii Planted grain fields around them iii Human selection towards the best crops changing genes of the crops 3 When did farming begin in New Guinea 0 10000 years ago as early as people in Middle East 4 Why didn39t farming in New Guinea lead to a complex civilization as it did in the Middle East 0 Based on Taros and bananas i Too much work ii Need to be planted one by one iii Lower protein rich sugar and starch iv Can t be stored for long 0 Eating giant spiders to help with the lack of protein 0 Never had plows since they don t have the animals to pull them they only have pigs from Asia useless 0 Middle East have the best animals and crops Fertile Crescent geographically blessed i The climate was too dry ii The ecology won t allow intensive farming iii Abandoned the village at the end 5 Why didn39t New Guinea develop metal tools 0 Steel started from baking limestone need extra time 0 Not enough farmers and food generated to develop steel melting specialist and metalworkers 6 Extra info 0 Cargo materials brought by white people Westerners O The farming and domestication technique was spread at the same latitude Eg Egypt European countries America
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