Difference between artificial and natural selection, Biology

Difference between Artificial selection and natural selection -

S.No

Artificial selection

Natural selection

1.

It is an artificial process.

It is a natural phenomenon.

2.

It is conducted by man on a limited scale

It is conducted by nature on a vast

 

in specific labs

scale all over the world.

3.

Traits selected for improvement are

Traits selected for evolution are

 

beneficial to humans

beneficial to the species.

4.

Results are achieved in a short period.

Results are achieved over a long period of time.

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