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anonymous

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How does a purebred individual differ from a hybrid individual?

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    Purebred. Like the word says it's pure. Genes for that individual comes from one species. That is from homozygous parents. Hybrid individuals are resulted in a cross between 2 species. That is from heterozygous parents.

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    Did u get it ?

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    thx yeah

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    no problem :)

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