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The inbreeding is the process of producing the progeny by crossing the genetically similar parents. It also occurs during the selfing of the plants. The inbreeding process results in the expression of the lethal and the recessive genes. Whereas out breeding is the cross between the distantly different plants. Outbreeding most common in the dioecious plants. The outbreeding process brings about the plants with hybrid characters.

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