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Selective breeding - Wikipedia

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Selective breeding (also called artificial selection) is the process by which humans use animal .... Artificial reproduction was not achieved because of the difficulties in hatching or feeding some ...

Dogs That Changed The World | Selective Breeding Problems ... - PBS

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Sep 16, 2010 ... Skin problems. A skin allergy, atopic dermatitis, inflicts itchy, inflamed skin on as many as 15 percent of all dogs, but certain breeds are ...

What are some problems with selective breeding? | Reference.com

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Selective breeding poses several risks for dogs, including raising the risk of developing heart problems, kidney disease, heating prostration, the inability to cool ...

Benefits and Risks! - Selective Breeding

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Also for some animal's selective breeding can protects them from developing ... For example for plants selective breeding could cause environmental problems if  ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Selective breeding

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Problems with selective breeding - higher tier ... Some genes would be lost, making it more difficult to produce new varieties in the future. In scientific language ...

14 Most Notable Pros and Cons of Selective Breeding | ConnectUS

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Sep 9, 2015 ... It does not pose any safety issues. There is no need to ... Plants and animals that have undergone a selective breeding process are at risk of being vulnerable to environmental changes and some diseases. 3. It has no control ...

16 Main Advantages and Disadvantages of Selective Breeding ...

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Jul 23, 2015 ... If you are thinking of applying selective breeding into your crops and livestock, ... For example, some cows have been bred to produce more meat. ... selective breeding could cause environmental problems in a way that they ...

Selective Breeding or Artificial Selection

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Nov 24, 2013 ... Humans have used selective breeding long before Darwin's ... dogs that have been bred for certain traits often develop breathing problems.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Selective Breeding | OccupyTheory

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Sep 10, 2014 ... Selective breeding is an agricultural method used to hereditarily ... in order to assess if selective bred or population is risky for certain kind of disease. ... We are a online magazine that focuses on important issues related to the ...

Solving the problem of genetic disorders in dogs - The Institute of ...

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Jun 2, 2015 ... Here are some examples of what the experts say: ... "The indirect effects of selective breeding for appearance include very significantly reduced ...