What Does Selective Breeding Mean?

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Selective breeding is the process of breeding animals and plants for certain genetic traits. Over many generations, this practice leads to the development of strains that have the desired characteristics. It is used to improve and purify a strain.
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Selective breeding is the process of breeding plants and animals for a particular set of traits.
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