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Difference between Pureline and Pedigree Selection

Sr.No

Pureline Selection

Pedigree Selection

1

Selection from mixed population.

Selection from segregating population.

2

Record of parent to offspring relationship is not kept

Record of parent to offspring relationship is kept

3

Breeder is not able to obtain information about inheritance of characters.

Breeder is able to obtain information about inheritance of characters from pedigree records.

4

Not suitable for the improvement of characters which can be easily identified and simply inherited.

Suitable for improvement of characters, this can be easily identified and simply inherited.

5

Selection within progeny is not 5 effective.

Selection within progeny is effective.

6

The progress is upto limit of variability present in a mixed population.

The progress is beyond the limit of variability present in the population.

7

Each progeny in every generation cannot be traced back to the preveious progeny.

Each progeny in every generation can be traced back to the F2 from which it was originated.

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