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The two types of selective breeding are Inbreeding and Hybridization.
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Can you breed two different types of dogs on nintendogs?

nope it has to be the same breed sorry i wish i could but i tryed it i tryed to make a shetland/yorkie but it sisn't work so i did a shiba inu and shiba inu and it worked hope

What is the product of selective breeding?

Selective breeding is when parents with idealistic traits are crossed (mate) to produce offspring with exaggerated versions of these traits. Multiple matings usually occur to

What is mass selection in animal breeding?

Mass selection in animal breeding is when certain animals are  chosen for certain desirable traits to pass on. Once those animals  are obtained, they are bred to control wha

When did selective breeding begin?

  Selective breeding has been existed from approximately 1300-1600. The exact date is not possitive. It started with grain, getting better products' of grain and of coarse

Bad points of selective breeding?

The main bad thing about selective breeding is that it can be very bad for the animals health. Take the pedigree dog, the King Charles Spaniel. This dog has been selectively b

What is the process of selective breeding?

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Why is selective breeding used in horses?

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What are the purposes of selective breeding in dogs?

Selective breeding has produced hundreds of different breeds of dog over several centuries. If it wasn't for selective breeding (choosing two dogs with the most desireable fea

What are the steps of selective breeding?

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 S

Does selective breeding benefit farmers?

Selective breeding can provide a preferred quality of food for the farmer. This means that the food produced will be preferred by customers, resulting in a larger sale and pro
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Why is selective breeding expensive?

well there are many reasons to why it is expensive but I only know one, and that is that the animals that you have selectively bred may have consequences to the genes it has i