Differences between stain and varieities
Asked by dkjainf77 | 9th May, 2019, 10:25: AM
Variety is a sub-type of a species that has a certain trait in common with other members of that sub-type, and breeds true for that trait.
Strain is a sub-type of a microorganism that has a particular genetic variant. In animal breeding, we might refer to a particular breeding stock for a variety as a strain.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 9th May, 2019, 10:57: AM
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