Wheat is one of the first cereals known to have been domesticated, and wheat's ability to self-pollinate greatly facilitated the selection of many distinct domesticated varieties. The archaeological record suggests that this first occurred in the regions known as the Fertile Crescent, and the Nile Delta wheat were preferentially chosen by farmers. In domesticated wheat, grains are larger, and the seeds (inside the spike lets) remain attached to the ear by a toughened rachis during harvesting.

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