1) Driving selection manifests itself in changing environmental conditions, driving selection leads to a change in the average norm of a trait or group of traits
2) Artificial selection is carried out by a person, in the course of artificial selection, a person leaves animals and plants with the most economically and decoratively valuable individuals, receiving from them offspring with the desired properties
3) The similarity between driving and artificial selection lies in the fact that in both cases the result of selection is new forms of organisms (subspecies, species, varieties, strains)
4) Driving selection occurs in nature in a natural way, and artificial selection is carried out by man
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