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Learn Introductory plant breeding with Braimy- B.Sc agriculture
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  1. Additive genetic variability decreases within lines and increases among lines, assuming no selection recall the movement toward homozygosity following the hybridization of unlike and homozygous parents
  2. Dominant genetic variability complicates pedigree selection homozygous and heterozygous individuals look alike and therefore you may continually select the heterozygote. Thus, selection can be discontinued with phenotypic uniformity within a line is obtained
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