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What are two types of selective breeding?
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… this helps!
Selective breeding is the process in which two animals from the same species reproduce due to useful characteristics. Two animals with a certain type of characteristic are… bred together to produce offspring. Then the offspring with the most useful characteristic breeds with another offspring to produce more offspring. This process continues for generations until the offspring consistently have the useful characteristic farmers or scientists are looking for. Cross-breeding is a type of selective breeding except with animals from two organisms from the same species but not the same breed. Selective breeding is one of the most common causes for a wide range of breeds in animals and varieties in plants. this is incorrect It is the process which humans use animal breeding and plant breeding to selectively develop particular characteristics by choosing which typically animal or plant males and females will sexually reproduce and have offspring together
inbreeding and hybridization inbreeding involves crossing two individuals that have the same traits.hybridization crosses two genetically different individuals. you!
Selective breeding is known as artificial selection because you are selecting the mates instead of letting them select their own. It's bypassing nature so it's classified …as artificial. Outside persuasion that directly effects the outcome of the natural selection.
yes but do not put them in the same cage because they will kill each other :)
In both processes the favourable characteristics are passes on to the next generation.Both processes eventually form a new species.
In selective breeding the traits that the offspring inheirits is controlled by the person who is doing the breeding. For example if a chihuahua breeder is looking to make smal…ler dogs, they are gonna breed two small dogs with the hope that the puppies will inheirit their parents traits. Natural selection on the other hand is not controlled by humans. It is when offspring inheirit traits that make it more likely to survive. Organisms with certain traits are more likely to survive and reproduce. If there are some mice born, some in the litter are white and the others are brown. When these mice go to find food, the white mice are more easily seen by the keen eyes of an owl than the brown ones. Therefore the brown ones are more likely to reach reproductive age and producing mice. This continues in a cycle until the mice end up almost all being brown.
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 …create a line with 100% abundance of the idealistic trait.
Inbreeding and Hybridization
Yes. Any two cats can breed. The baby is most likely to be the color of the first one you fed the fish.
Cross breeding is simply taking two breeds of animals and mating them together (Such as a Charolais crossed with a Hereford). Where selective breeding is selecting the what …two animals you want bred together to produce a better animal.
Selective breeding is when farmers or bioligists breed certain animals together because of their traits. This is man made. For example, cattle are breeded together based on po…sitive traits. Natural Selection, however, is natural obviously. Here the concept of "the survival of the fittest" is put into place. Animals that run the fastest, have the longest necks, etc. tend to survive. Then, when these animals breed, their characteristics are passed on from generation to generation and become more common.
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…tep 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) By Hollie-Leigh Scott 9s :) XD 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
to help produce crops and make new breeds of amimals
In Animal Life
Selective breeding, Inbreeding and hybridization. :)