Familias campesinas y variación fenotípica de poblaciones nativas de maíz en la región de Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca

Desarrollo, Ambiente y Cultura 11/2011; 1(1):28-38.
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    ABSTRACT: San Pedro Tlaltizapán, is one of the towns of Alto Lerma, is the product of sixty years of physical and cultural transformations. Previously considered as a complex ecosystem with an important diversity of species, it now represents a fauna and flora that has suffered a notable reduction along with freatic mantles. Its present configuration is not a fortuitous product of the evolutionary process but the consequence of decisions of the State to pipe water to the city of Mexico -decisions that, over time, directly influenced the diversification of the ecological and cultural systems.
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