How is artificial evolution controlled by the humans? Explain this control through the example of the evolution of a wild cabbage into six different crops. ..............................10 marks
Asked by tultuldutta58 | 16th Oct, 2017, 10:15: PM
Humans have been selectively breeding for desirable traits in plants and animals for a long time. This artificial selection allows for a lot of control in the breeding process but can also lead to unplanned mutations within a population of organisms.
The concept of evolution of wild cabbage into six different crops had been explained in the previous answer. Please refer to:
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