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20. A horticulturist wants to plant that produces flowers with a certain size color and fragrance but is not aware of any one plant having all of these traits. The quickest way she could achieve her goal would be to apply the process of .

asked by Arie
  1. hybridization

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. It can't be, Its not in the word bank.

    posted by Amanda
  3. a horticulturist wants a plant that produces flowers with a certain size and fragrance but is not aware of any one plant having all these traits. the quickest way she could achieve her goal would be to apply the process of ?

    posted by kim
  4. Well IDK What Is It Really?

    posted by KAIZ0-
  5. I think the answer to this question is artificial selection. Artificial selection only the organisms with the desire characteristic, such as color are bred.

    posted by patty

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