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The potato is a starchy, tuberous crop from theperennial Solanaceae family. The word potato mayrefer to the plant itself a...
• In the Altiplano (in the Andes), potatoes  would provide the principal energy source  for the Inca Empire and its predec...
• In Peru above  10,000 feet  altitude, tubers  exposed to the  cold night air  turned into  chuño; this  way, chuño was  ...
• We introduced the  potato to Europe in  the second half of  the 16th  century, when we  conquered the Inca  Empire.• The...
THE TOMATO          The tomato is                                           It’sa tasty, typically red                    ...
THE TOMATO                                                          The tomato is                                         ...
Many historians believe that the Spanish explorer HernánCortés may have been the first to transfer the small yellow tomato...
The horse
What animals did we introduce to          America?                          Sheeps Horses       DonkeysPorks      Rabbits ...
- Herbivore mammal  with long curve neck-The female is called  mare and their  babies are called  colts-They can measure  ...
The animals Spanish and European peopleintroduced in these new lands were considered asexotic species and at the beginning...
During the conquest, European horseswere considered the best of the world, sothey were really wanted between most of      ...
In thepast, horseswere mainlyused in wartimes, nowadays they areused a lot inexhibitions
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  1. 1. The potato is a starchy, tuberous crop from theperennial Solanaceae family. The word potato mayrefer to the plant itself as well as to the edible tuber.
  2. 2. • In the Altiplano (in the Andes), potatoes would provide the principal energy source for the Inca Empire and its predecessors.
  3. 3. • In Peru above 10,000 feet altitude, tubers exposed to the cold night air turned into chuño; this way, chuño was stored for years with no loss of nutritional value.
  4. 4. • We introduced the potato to Europe in the second half of the 16th century, when we conquered the Inca Empire.• The potato became an important field crop, and played a major role in the European 19th century diet.
  5. 5. THE TOMATO The tomato is It’sa tasty, typically red considered afruit. Originating in vegetable forSouth America, the culinary purposestomato was spread which has causedaround the world some confusion.following the Spanish The fruit is rich incolonization of the lycopene, whichAmericas, and its many may havevarieties are now beneficial healthwidely grown. effects.The tomato belongs to the nightshade family. The plants typically grow to1–3 metres in height and have a weak stem. It is a perennial in its nativehabitat
  6. 6. THE TOMATO The tomato is native to south America where is located in the highlands of Peru. One species, was transported to Mexicowhere it was grown and consumed by Mesoamericancivilizations. The first domesticated tomato may havebeen a little yellow fruit, similar in size to a cherrytomato, grown by the Aztecs of Central America. Theword tomato means "the swelling fruit".
  7. 7. Many historians believe that the Spanish explorer HernánCortés may have been the first to transfer the small yellow tomatoto Europe after he conquered the Aztec city of TenochtitlanTenochtitlan, now Mexico city, in 1521. Others believe Christopher Columbus, who worked for the Spanish monarchy, was the first European to take back the tomato, as early as 1493. The Aztecs believed that those who witnessed the ingestion of tomato seeds were blessed with powers of divination.
  8. 8. The horse
  9. 9. What animals did we introduce to America? Sheeps Horses DonkeysPorks Rabbits Dogs
  10. 10. - Herbivore mammal with long curve neck-The female is called mare and their babies are called colts-They can measure from 142 to 183 cm and their weight goes from 500 to 1000 kg
  11. 11. The animals Spanish and European peopleintroduced in these new lands were considered asexotic species and at the beginning native peoplewere scared of some of them
  12. 12. During the conquest, European horseswere considered the best of the world, sothey were really wanted between most of the people
  13. 13. In thepast, horseswere mainlyused in wartimes, nowadays they areused a lot inexhibitions
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