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    Analysis of Vitis Vinifera 
    Analysis of Vitis vinifera chloroplast genome polymorphisms shows substantial contribution of wild vines to European grapevine cultivars and raises new questions about vine domestication.
    http://www.dna6.com/abstracts/lefort.htm
    Ancient Gardening 
    An investigation of the plants and methods in gardening from 10,000 B.C.E. to 1700 C.E.
    http://www.cla.sc.edu/ANTH/gardening/ancientgardening.htm
    Archaeobotanical Lab-Bar Ilan University 
    Profiles of the laboratory and selected studies including Ashkelton, Atlit-Yam, Netiv Hagdud, Gesher Benot Ya'agov, Ohalo II, and a computerized key of grass grains.
    http://www.biu.ac.il/js/archaeo/botanic.htm
    Archaeobotany Lesson 2.5 
    Instructional material for a one hour archaeobotany lesson from the University of North Carolina.
    http://www.learnnc.org/learnnc/lessonp.nsf/docunid/AF7B577A4246EAC48525679B00622F0A?openDocument
    Archaeobotany Working Group 
    Brief profile of this working group of the North Atlantic Biocultural Organisation.
    http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/nabo/archbot.html
    Çatalhöyük Archaeobotany Report 1999 
    Report detailing the methods and results of archaeolobotanical analysis at this site.
    http://catal.arch.cam.ac.uk/catal/Archive_rep99/fairbairnkennedy99.html
    Experimental Approaches to the Archaeobotany of Wild Plant Foods 
    Paper by Sarah Mason on experiments used to provide comparative material for examining pre-agrarian European sites which contain morphologically-indeterminate charred material.
    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/research/profiles/smason/smexpmnt.htm
    Florida Museum of Natural History: Archaeobotany Collection 
    These collections house plant remains primarily from the southeastern United States and the circum Caribbean region, and include both prehistoric and historic period sites.
    http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/envarch/bot/botCollect.htm
    International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany 
    Report on the history of the group and the 1998 meeting.
    http://www.socarchsci.org/9809n.htm
    Joint Archaeobotanical Project: Fromm's Landing 
    Description of a research project at Flinder University. Includes pictures of botanical remains.
    http://ehlt.flinders.edu.au/archaeology/research/projects/fromms.php
    Ohio State University: Graduate Training in Archaeobotany 
    Offers graduate degrees in anthropology with an archaeobotany specialization. Archaeobotany faculty, facilities, and courses.
    http://monkey.sbs.ohio-state.edu/textfiles/archaeobotany.htm
    Palaeoethnobotany at Caesarea 
    The Combined Caesarea Expeditions offers this module as a learning tool. Introduction, background, applications, methodology, and recovery and sorting.
    http://www.digcaesarea.org/Documents/Modules/PalaeoEthnoBot/Palaeobotany_Main.htm
    Procedures to Recover Archaeobotanical Remains 
    Paper on bucket flotation procedures to recover archaeobotanical remains by Cheryl Ward, Ph.D.
    http://www.adventurecorps.com/sadana/flotation.html
    Recent Palaeoethnobotanical Research at Scowlitz 
    Talk presented to the Archaeological Society of British Columbia, at Vancouver, BC, April 12, 2000 by Natasha Lyons.
    http://www.sfu.ca/archaeology/museum/peb/scow1.html
    Review of Food Plants from the British Isles 
    Abstract of a review of the archaeological evidence for food plants from the British Isles: an example of the use of the Archaeobotanical Computer Database.
    http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue1/tomlinson_index.html
    The Dung File 
    Organized list of references dealing with pollen, parasites, and plant remains in coprolites and latrine fills from archaeological and palaeoenvironmental sites.
    http://www.scirpus.ca/dung/dung.shtml
    Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 
    The Springer Journal Vegetation History and Archaeobotany covers the entire field of vegetation history - mainly the development of flora and vegetation during the Holocene and Pleistocene.
    http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/00334/index.htm