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Which of the following are methods of classical biotechnology? A.selective breeding B.recombinant DNA C.hybridization D.cloning C.induced mutations
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User: Which of the following are methods of classical biotechnology? A.selective breeding B.recombinant DNA C.hybridization D.cloning C.induced mutations

Weegy: A.selective breeding
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User: A common use of genetic engineering is to create a super genius. True or False

Weegy: A.True
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User: A dog called the Maltese doesn't shed. This type of dog most likely came about through _____. A.hybridization B.genetic engineering C.recombinant DNA D.cloning

Weegy: A. Hybridization
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User: Classical biotechnology dates back about _____ years ago. A.100 B.1,000 C.10,000 D.100,000

Weegy: B is the correct answer Classical is between modern and ancient biotechnology.
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User: Instead of manipulating organisms, _ manipulates their genes. A.selective breeding B.hybridization C.genetic engineering

Weegy: A. Selective breeding is the correct answer.
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