Definition of Artificial selection

1. Noun. (biology) intervention by humans in the breeding of plants or animals in order to preserve selected genetic traits ¹

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Medical Definition of Artificial selection

1. The selective breeding by humans towards a desired trait in a plant, animal, or other organism which is of value (usually economic) to the humans. The process operates on the same principles as natural selection. (09 Oct 1997)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Artificial Selection

artificial language
artificial languages
artificial life
artificial limbs
artificial melanin
artificial neural net
artificial organs
artificial pacemaker
artificial person
artificial persons
artificial pneumothorax
artificial pupil
artificial respiration
artificial satellite
artificial selection (current term)
artificial skin
artificial sphincter
artificial stone
artificial sweetener
artificial sweeteners
artificial tears
artificial ventilation
artificial wetland

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