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Step One : Breed those individuals your plant/animal to have
Step Two : Choose the characteristic you want
Step Three : Select individuals that have the characteristic
Step Four : Wait until they have offspring
Step Five : Choose the offspring that have the characteristic you want
Step Six : Repeat the process all over again (probably several times)
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Steps of selective breeding:Using Genes,DNA and Chromosones 1.Humans take the sperm from the male animal. 2.They then separate the gene from the DNA. 3.They then take the egg from the female and join the two together. 4.Using micro injection they inject the gene into the female egg. 5.After the egg is fertilized they inject it into the female animal. 6.If the offspring produced have the desirable traits then they repeat the process. If not then they start all over again using a different method. Johann Labuschagne
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