How has the geographical area of where plants were domesticated determined what kind of food that area has today?



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    The idea of a plant being domesticated means that people put it there. Meaning it’s not native. Which means that it may or may not survive indefinitely. So whether or not they were successful was trial and error and depended largely on climate, soil conditions, and ease of growing. So if a plant is in an area today it means it was successful. It’s like like natural selection, i.e. the better they plants were in that area, the better their odds of reproducing. 

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