Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Germinal Selection

1. choice by farmers and husbandrymen of the seed lines and the animal germ cells (as in corn and cattle) to be used when producing future generations of domesticated species.

2. the proposal to select human germ lines in the same manner, beyond simple assortative mating.

3. selection during gametogenesis against induced mutations.

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