Book Summary: Greatest Show on Earth by Richard Dawkins 2

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1 Describe artificial selection, natural selection, intelligent design and how each concept differs from the others. Be sure to provide examples to illustrate your points. Artificial selection is the process of selective breeding wherein humans select organisms with desirable traits and subject them to breeding. This is supposed as a way to preserve an organism’s or several organisms’ good traits or to change an otherwise undesirable feature of an organism. Dawkins (2009) provided examples of modern dog breeding. In particular, he offered the example of the ???Labradoodle’, which is a cross between a Labrador retriever and a poodle. Otherwise, selective breeding can also refer to keeping breeds pure. As such, dogs from one breed are only allowed to mate with dogs from the same breed to avoid contamination. Moreover, cabbages are also set as an example for the use of artificial breeding. Cabbages were genetically maneuvered to give rise to cauliflowers, broccolis and other members from this plant family. On the other hand, natural selection is selective breeding in a natural way. It can also be referred to as breeding in a way in which nature itself chooses the course of the outcome…….ORDER NOW…
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