Cytotaxonomy and the Migration of Primitive Peoples

Abstract

A FEATURE of the island-to-island migrations of Polynesian and other Pacific races is that the natives carried with them certain of their cultivated food plants and established them in their new settlements. Some of the original plantations have survived until the present day, and it may be possible to trace the paths of early human migration through a study of the distribution of the food plants.

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