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Which of the following groups of plants was domesticated in the ‘New World' and introduced into the ‘Old World?

(a) Tobacco, cocoa and rubber
(b) Tobacco, cotton and rubber
(c) Cotton, coffee and sugarcane
(d) Rubber, coffee and wheat



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These plants were domesticated in the "New World" (the Americas) and were later introduced to the "Old World" (Europe, Africa, Asia). Tobacco, cocoa (used to produce chocolate), and rubber are all important crops that originated in the Americas and had a significant impact on global trade and economies.


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