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What are three advancements in agriculture that have resulted from selective breeding?
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Asked in Agriculture
What is a direct result of the beginning of agriculture?
Asked in Farm Crops, Agricultural Revolution
How enclosure and crop rotation paved away for an agricultural revolution?
To improve yields, the wealthy landowners began cultivating enclosures with advanced farming methods. Small farmers became tenant farmers or moved to the cities. The Seed Drill, Crop Rotation, and Selective Breeding all became parts of agriculture. This resulted in improved living conditions, swelled populations, and large enclosed farms took over.
What was the importance of agriculture?
Asked in USSR in WW2
How was Ukraine affected by Stalin's collectivization of agriculture?
Asked in History of Europe
What change resulted in the building of European megaliths?
Asked in Wolves
How did you evolve from wolf to poodle?
When I was a wolf, I used to hunt for my own food, and I never really knew how successful I would be. I later discovered that by hanging around human habitations, I would find edible garbage more reliably. Eventually the humans and I grew to like each other. After that, selective breeding resulted in poodles, my distant offspring.
What caused depressed state of agriculture during troubling economic problem in 1920s?
Asked in Agriculture, Ukraine, Joseph Stalin
How was Ukraine affected by Joseph Stalin's collectivization of agriculture?
Which mechanism is the cause of the difference in color between the wild Indian ring-necked parakeet and the domesticated Indian ring-necked parakeet?
Asked in Health
How do Mayan farming techniques show negative results towards health and fitness?
Why are chemical fertilizers bad?
In regards to pollution, with rainfall, the chemicals can run off into near water sources. Advancements in agriculture such as the switch from organic to chemical fertilizers and introduction of pesticides and pest-resistant strains have resulted in increased yields of healthy crops. But this fertilizer affects soil for if fertilizer is being used, the soil will not be fertile and the chemicals in the crops can harm the health of consumer. It harms the planet, go with organic!
Asked in Industrial Revolution
How did the development of agriculture technology such as the seed drill impact the industrial revolution in Great Britain?
Asked in Political Science, Sociology
How does science affect society?
Asked in Family
What is breeding out of wedlock?
From my understanding, and point of view, breeding out of wedlock is an old saying and it means that they reproduced or had intercourse after the wedding or wedlock and then the intercourse resulted in a child's birth. In a more lumen's term, the mom and the dad went too fast and had a baby after being married in holy matrimony
Asked in Fish
What is history of breeding of fish?
Fish breeding is continuing from thousands of years and people did it for numerous reasons. The Sumerians kept food fish (probably eels) alive in ponds as long ago as 4,500 years. More than 1,000 years ago, the Chinese discovered that the common goldfish, Carassius auratus, that they raised in ponds for food, sometimes developed offspring that were different in color. The natural goldfish is a drab olive green color. When these people noticed that a few of their fish had spots of gold color on their scales, they kept them alive rather than eat them. Sometime before the beginning of the Tang Dynasty (618 a.d.), selective breeding of these fish resulted in some pure gold-colored specimens. As time went on, additional selective breeding developed fish that had multicolored bodies, long-flowing fins, and extraordinary-looking eyes. During the Ming Dynasty (1368 to 1622 a.d.), goldfish became household pets by being kept in porcelain bowls rather than outdoors in ponds. It was at this time that these goldfish were traded throughout the Far East, including Japan. The first goldfish arrived in the Western world around 1700.
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Asked in Agriculture
What economic changes resulted from food surpluses in early agricultural villages?
Asked in Camels, Wombats, Exotic Farm Animals
Does the camel have a healthy breeding population?
Feral camels in Central Australia have adapted so well to this arid environment that estimates range up to one million camels in the wild. Unfortunately this healthy breeding population comes at a devistating cost on the arid ecosystem - and has resulted in the critical endangerment of some already endangered flora and fauna (e.g. Desert Quondong).
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The meeting of the heads of European states at Vienna in 1815 resulted in?