Dolores Piperno
Dolores Piperno
Department of Anthropology Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
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Phytoliths: a comprehensive guide for archaeologists and paleoecologists
DR Piperno
Rowman Altamira, 2006
Phytolyth analysis: an archaeological and geological perspective
DR Piperno
Elsevier, 2014
Origins of agriculture in the lowland neotropics
DR Piperno, DM Pearsall
Current perspectives and the future of domestication studies
G Larson, DR Piperno, RG Allaby, MD Purugganan, L Andersson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6139-6146, 2014
Starch grain and phytolith evidence for early ninth millennium BP maize from the Central Balsas River Valley, Mexico
DR Piperno, AJ Ranere, I Holst, J Iriarte, R Dickau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (13), 5019-5024, 2009
Microfossils in calculus demonstrate consumption of plants and cooked foods in Neanderthal diets (Shanidar III, Iraq; Spy I and II, Belgium)
AG Henry, AS Brooks, DR Piperno
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (2), 486-491, 2011
The earliest archaeological maize (Zea mays L.) from highland Mexico: New accelerator mass spectrometry dates and their implications
DR Piperno, KV Flannery
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (4), 2101-2103, 2001
Processing of wild cereal grains in the Upper Palaeolithic revealed by starch grain analysis
DR Piperno, E Weiss, I Holst, D Nadel
nature 430 (7000), 670-673, 2004
Starch Fossils and the Domestication and Dispersal of Chili Peppers (Capsicum spp. L.) in the Americas
L Perry, R Dickau, S Zarrillo, I Holst, DM Pearsall, DR Piperno, ...
science 315 (5814), 986-988, 2007
The origins of plant cultivation and domestication in the New World tropics: patterns, process, and new developments
DR Piperno
Current anthropology 52 (S4), S453-S470, 2011
Starch grains reveal early root crop horticulture in the Panamanian tropical forest
DR Piperno, AJ Ranere, I Holst, P Hansell
Nature 407 (6806), 894-897, 2000
Phylogenetic relationships among domesticated and wild species of Cucurbita (Cucurbitaceae) inferred from a mitochondrial gene: Implications for crop plant …
OI Sanjur, DR Piperno, TC Andres, L Wessel-Beaver
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (1), 535-540, 2002
Early agriculture in the Maya lowlands
MD Pohl, KO Pope, JG Jones, JS Jacob, DR Piperno, SD DeFrance, ...
Latin American Antiquity 7 (4), 355-372, 1996
The presence of starch grains on prehistoric stone tools from the humid neotropics: indications of early tuber use and agriculture in Panama
DR Piperno, I Holst
Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (8), 765-776, 1998
The silica bodies of tropical American grasses: morphology, taxonomy, and implications for grass systematics and fossil phytolith identification
DR Piperno, DM Pearsall
Smithsonian contributions to botany, 1998
A 14 300‐yr paleoecological profile of a lowland tropical lake in Panama
MB Bush, DR Piperno, PA Colinvaux, PE De Oliveira, LA Krissek, ...
Ecological monographs 62 (2), 251-275, 1992
Changes in starch grain morphologies from cooking
AG Henry, HF Hudson, DR Piperno
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (3), 915-922, 2009
Starch grains on human teeth reveal early broad crop diet in northern Peru
DR Piperno, TD Dillehay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (50), 19622-19627, 2008
Using plant microfossils from dental calculus to recover human diet: a case study from Tell al-Raqā'i, Syria
AG Henry, DR Piperno
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (7), 1943-1950, 2008
Phytolith evidence for early Holocene Cucurbita domestication in southwest Ecuador
DR Piperno, KE Stothert
Science 299 (5609), 1054-1057, 2003
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