Aria H.

asked • 03/09/19

In what way(s) is artificial selection different from natural selection?

a. with artificial selection there does not need to be heritable variation but with natural selection there does need to be heritable variation

b. with artificial selection humans are the selective agent, but with natural selection humans are not

c. with artificial selection there is no differential reproduction, but with natural selection there is

d. with artificial selection there does need to be heritable variation and there is no differential reproduction but with natural selection there does not need to be heritable variation and there is differential reproduction

e. two of the above are true


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