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The natural vegetation regions of sub-Saharan Africa A. only correspond to climatic conditions in areas of West Africa. B. are all characteristic of equatorial latitudes. C.
don't correspond closely to climatic regions. D. are heavily impacted by human activity.
Sub-Saharan Africa has more variety of grains than anywhere in the world. Between 13,000 and 11,000 BCE wild grains began to be collected as a source of food in the cataract region of the Nile, south of Egypt. [ The collecting of wild grains as source of food spread to Syria, parts of Turkey and Iran by the eleventh millennium BCE. By the tenth and ninth millennia southwest Asians domesticated
their wild grains, wheat and barley after the notion of collecting wild grains was spread from the Nile.[80] Numerous crops have been domesticated in the region and spread to other parts of the world. These crops included sorghum, castor beans, coffee, cotton[81] okra, black-eyed peas, watermelon, gourd, and pearl millet. Other domesticated crops included teff, enset, African rice, yams, kola nuts, oil palm, and raffia palm.[80][82] ]
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