Why might a breeder cross a strong-smelling parent with a weak-smelling one when making a new variety?
(I wrote that item yesterday for a science test to go with a textbook I'm an author on.)
My example in the item (there's more to the item) was oregano. Ha ha ha...
As I developed this example, I was thinking specifically of the ruderalis gene that was used for developing autoflower seeds.
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