A species is a group of organisms that interbreed to produce fertile offspring. Selective breeding is when organisms are deliberately bred so their offspring have the desirable characteristics.
Boys and girls belong to the same:
What is one of the processes involved in selective breeding?
Choosing individuals from different species to breed together
Letting individuals reproduce without interference
Choosing individuals with desirable features
Which of these is a common example of selective breeding?
Cows that produce lots of meat
Tomato plants that produce fewer tomatoes
Crops that catch diseases
How have humans developed so many varieties of dog?
Which is an example of selective breeding in plants?
Disease resistance in crops
What can all organisms of the same species do?
Reproduce to have offspring
Reproduce to have fertile offspring
Produce lots of offspring
What is special about a liger?
It can reproduce
It cannot photosynthesise
It cannot reproduce
What does infertile mean?
Where is most variation found?
Between different species
Within one species
Between lions and tigers
Which organisms all belong to the same species?