Aboriginal p.19
Native Australians (dictionary.com)
Agronomist P.115
someone who researches how to put plants to use (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Allocating P.103
Distribute (resources or duties) (dictionary.com)
Atmospheric P.91
pertaining to, existing in, or consisting of the atmosphere (dictionary.com)
Aurochs p.153
a large, black European wild ox, Bos primigenius: extinct since 1627. (dictionary.com)
Botanist P.179
someone who researches plants (Merriam Webster dictionary)
a process of the economy operated by private firms and companies (dictionary.com)
Cognitive P.19
concerned with the act or process of knowing, perceiving (dictionary.com)
Confrontations P.72
a meeting of persons face to face (dictionary.com)
Conquistadores p.189
one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexico and Peru in the 16th century. (dictionary.com)
Controversies P.92
a prolonged public dispute, debate, or contention; disputation concerning a matter of opinion (dictionary.com)
to destroy (dictionary.com)
Deemphasizing p.147
reduce in importance, size, scope, etc. (dictionary.com)
Diffusion P.225
the spread of something (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Disembowel p.158
to remove the bowels or entrails from; eviscerate. (dictionary.com)
not comparable (dictionary.com)
Domestication P.89
process of adopting animals and plants for personal benefit (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Egalitarian P.63
society where all people are considered equals (dictionary.com)
for a short time period (dictionary.com)
spreading of a disease (dictionary.com)
Explicitly P.18
clearly expressed or demonstrated; leaving nothing merely implied; unequivocal.(dictionary.com)
Explicitly p.18
Directly and clearly (dictionary.com)
killing of many people (dictionary.com)
Homicide P.18
the killing of one human being by another (dictionary.com)
a specific factor (dictionary.com)
Immunity P.77
ability of protection (dictionary.com)
Implicitly p.18
Indirectly (dictionary.com)
Implicit P.17
implied, rather than expressly stated (dictionary.com)
Incipient p.181
beginning to exist or appear; in an initial stage. (dictionary.com)
natives or locals (dictionary.com)
Indiscriminate P.145
taking action without care of consequences (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Inhibitory P.22
to restrain, hinder, arrest, or check (dictionary.com)
something not in control (dictionary.com)
informative (dictionary.com)
regarding use of language (dictionary.com)
Literate P.102
being able to read and write (Merriam Webster dictionary)
an economic system in which individuals benefit from trade (dictionary.com)
Microbes P.205
one-celled living organisms (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Morphological P.97
having to do with form and structure (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Mutant P.121
a plant that has gone under genetic change (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Palatability p.141
acceptable or agreeable to the mind or feelings (dictionary.com)
Paradoxical P.19
Paradoxical P.19 having the nature of a paradox; self-contradictory (dictionary.com)
Peccaries p.159
a gregarious piglike mammal that is found from the south-western US to Paraguay. (dictionary.com)
Pertussis p.203
Whooping cough. (dictionary.com)
Plemented p.136
any article used in some activity, especially an instrument or tool. (dictionary.com)
powerful at the time and place (dictionary.com)
Prominence P.17
the state of being prominent; conspicuousness (dictionary.com)
Proximate P.23
next; nearest; immediately before or after in order, place, occurrence (dictionary.com)
Radiocarbon P.91
a radioactive isotope of carbon with mass number 14 and a half-life of about 5730 years: widely used in the dating of organic materials (dictionary.com)
Reciprocal P.275
multiple groups of people doing each other favours or giving gifts (Merriam Webster dictionary)
Schistosomiasis p.197
an infection caused by parasitic flukes of the genus Schistosoma,occurring commonly in eastern Asia and in tropical regions. (dictionary.com)
Scrutiny P.22
a searching examination or investigation (dictionary.com)
Sedentary p.95
a person tending to spend much time seated; somewhat inactive. (dictionary.com)
Squadrons P.69
portion of a naval fleet or a detachment of warships; a subdivision of a fleet (dictionary.com)
Subequatorial p.126
approximately equatorial; usually : of, relating to, or constituting a region just outside the equatorial region. (Merriam Webster dictionary)
take under control (dictionary.com)
Trajectories P.17
the curve described by a projectile, rocket, or the like in its flight (dictionary.com)
Trinity p.147
a group of three; triad. (dictionary.com)
ubiquitous p.91
present, appearing, or found everywhere.