Definición de paleofeces en inglés:

paleofeces

Silabificación: pa·le·o·fe·ces
Pronunciación: /ˌpālēōˈfēˌsēz
 
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sustantivo

Desiccated prehistoric fecal matter, especially from humans: sunflower-seed shells found in the paleofeces provide evidence that early American Indians in that region farmed the plants Compare with coprolite.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The rich record of food, diet, and nutrition packed into paleofeces cannot be equaled in other data bases.
  • Results indicate that all 12 paleofeces were probably deposited by males whose diet included a variety of native crops and wild plants.

Derivativos

paleofecal

Pronunciación: /ˌpālēōˈfēkəl/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Secondly, the best and most comprehensive dietary evidence for the early horticultural period comes from the long series of human paleofecal and flotation derived remains in Salts Cave and Mammoth Cave, west central Kentucky.
  • This potential is illustrated with a cluster analysis of paleofecal constituents from three late prehistoric period sites.
  • Paleofecal material contains the most direct evidence available for prehistoric diet and nutrition in the form of undigested food remains consumed by specific individuals.

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