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A Dog's Eye View of Morphological Diversity, Liza Gross

Gross, Liza. "A Dog's Eye View of Morphological Diversity." PLOS Biology (2010): n. pag. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

"The finding that dogs from different breeds do not share large chunks of DNA, the authors explain, suggests that different breeds share few sequences inherited from their ancestors. But, they reasoned, sequences shared among breeds with similar features may well represent the genetic resources from which humans fashioned the remarkably diverse expression of these traits." (Lines 59-63)

According to this paragraph, what accounts for similarity among breeds?


Genetic anomalies.


Human prediction.


Human intervention.


Genetic diversity.

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