Which is a breeding method used by humans to produce new and improved varieties of plants and animals?
A. Crossing-over.
B. Natural selection.
C. Artificial selection.
D. Independent assortment.
If a farmer sees a plant or animal with exceptional characteristics, he or she may purposely breed that plant or animal with a similar one with similar characteristics to perpetuate those desirable traits. Natural selection is when the plant or animal breed without any intervention from humans.
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