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Events : Journey to the East: wheat and barley took different pathways, faced different ecological challenges, on the way to prehistoric China?

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Gretchen Walljasper

Requestor Department

EEPB

Requestor Phone

6127025620

Requestor Email

gwalljasper@wustl.edu

Type of Event

Scientific Seminar

Type of Lecture

Seminar Series

Start Time

3/2/2017 4:00 PM

End Time

3/2/2017 5:00 PM

Recurrence

 

All Day Event

 

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Sponsoring Department/Group

Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology

Speaker/Honorific

Xinyi Liu

Speaker Affiliation

Department of Anthropology

Title

Journey to the East: wheat and barley took different pathways, faced different ecological challenges, on the way to prehistoric China?

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Location

Rebstock (Danforth Campus), Room 322

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Sponsor/Location

Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology -
Location:  Rebstock (Danforth Campus), Room 322

Speaker/Title

Xinyi Liu -
Journey to the East: wheat and barley took different pathways, faced different ecological challenges, on the way to prehistoric China?

Sponsor/Speaker/Title/Location

Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology -
Location:  Rebstock (Danforth Campus), Room 322 -
Xinyi Liu -
Journey to the East: wheat and barley took different pathways, faced different ecological challenges, on the way to prehistoric China?

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3/2/2017

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