what points from those readings do you intend to discuss, borrow from, or explore further?

Posts this week should be at least 3 paragraphs long and should focus on these. Also, I attached files and put some lins under the descriiption for more information of course materials in Weeks 4 and 5. Do some library research to find out more about yourtopic. Share resources on your group’s page; begin groupbibliography.Descriiption: 1. What ‘themes’ from the course materials in Weeks 4 and 5 do you see as most important in understanding the history of your group’s chosen plant or animal? (Themes could include, for example, domestication, cultivation, herding, horticulture, intensive agriculture, the global movement of your plant or animal, the Columbian Exchange, colonialism, mercantile trade, plantation economies, the industrialization of food, etc.) Identify the themes that you would like to see the group cover for the group presentation due at the end of the quarter and explain why you think they are particularly relevant to your group’s chosen plant or animal.2. Which 3 readings from weeks 4 and 5 do you plan to use in your essay, and what points from those readings do you intend to discuss, borrow from, or explore further?Note: As you engage in your library research to find out more about your plant or animal, consider sharing your resources by listing them on your group’s shared bibliography, located in the Collaborations area of in your group’s space.https://www.facebook.com/oregonpublicbroadcasting/videos/10155941282304939/