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1 December, 16:08

Why do humans usually selectively breed organisms? A. They cross 2 parents with desirable traits because they want offspring with traits similar to those of their parents. B. They cross 2 parents with desirable traits because they want offspring with traits dissimilar to those of their parents. C. They cross 2 parents with undesirable traits because they want offspring with traits similar to those of their parents. D. They cross 2 parents with undesirable traits because they want offspring with traits dissimilar to those of their parents.

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  1. 1 December, 17:42
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    Option A. They cross 2 parents with desirable traits because they want offspring with traits similar to those of their parents.

    Explanation:

    Humans usually used selectively breeding technique for the production of new organism having good traits. In selective breeding, human breeds two animals or plants which contains some special characteristics which the human wants in their offspring.
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