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For example, they may provide more or better quality food. Selective breeding Selective breeding or artificial exghettogf is when humans breed plants and animals for particular genetic characteristics.

Main steps involved Selective breeding takes place over many generations.

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Decide which characteristics are important enough to select. Choose parents that show these characteristics from a mixed population. They are bred together.

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Michaela explains how artificial selection is also used in vegetables, showing how breeding, sprouts and cauliflower all originate from a wild cabbage called Colewort. Start a discussion on artificial selection — which dog would you breed from and why? Which dogs would you breed in order to create breeding hunting dog that can run fast?

Pupils bbc look at photos of their own family or a famous family, such bbc the royal family, to identify family traits.

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Michaela Strachan looks at fish and mammals and explains how they have evolved to become better breeding to suit their environment. How have animal skeletons adapted over thousands of years of evolution? Martin Hughes-Games looks at the skeletons of animals and humans and explains bbc and why they have changed.