Lesson Plans, Agriscience, Natural Selection, Artificial Selection, Evolution, Aninmal Science, Agriculture Education, Biology
In this lesson, students will learn how natural selection and artificial selection impact both production agriculture and biological sciences. A natural selection is a mechanism that favors heritable traits that increase species survival and reproduction. Artificial selection is a selective breeding, where humans select for desirable traits in agricultural products.
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Clayton W. Scott and Madhav P. Nepal. 2020. Teaching Natural and Artificial Selection in Production Agriculture. ILEARN Teaching Resources. 3 (1):49—60