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Describe natural selection in animal breeding
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It is the increased chance of survival and reproduction of organisms with particular phenotypes, because they are better adapted to their environment than those with other phenotypes. Natural selection raises the frequency of alleles conferring an advantage, and reduces the frequency of alleles conferring a disadvantage. The selective agent is the total environment of the organism, adaptations to the prevailing conditions are selected and many different traits contributing to fitness are selected.
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