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Selective breedin A. selecting the offspring’s with desired properties.
B. selecting the parents with desired properties.
C. selecting an area for breeding.
D. selecting fine hair for good quality wool.
The process of selecting parents for obtaining special characters in their offspring (next generation) is termed as “selective breeding”. This can be understood with the help of following example:
Fine hairs of sheep are desired for making wool. Some breeds of sheep possess only fine hairs. Their parents are specially chosen to give birth to sheep which have only fine hairs.
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