Artificial selection has produced a distinct set of changes in wild forms of plants as they have been domesticated. Which of the following represents an example of artificial selection, based on the factors defining that process?

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cross-pollination of the pepper plant in one backyard with the pepper plants in the neighboring yard

  

elimination of a field of cotton plants in an area undergoing drought

  

diversification of the wild species Brassica oleracea into the domesticated varieties of cabbage-family plants

  

reduced genetic diversity of cultivated plants such as corn

 

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diversification of the wild species Brassica oleracea into the domesticated varieties of cabbage-family plants

 

answered Dec 28, 2012 by Ytwsa ~Expert~ (1,092 points)

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