Cloning Summary

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Encyclopedia Articles (10)

1,416 words, approx. 5 pages
Cloning: Ethical Issues Cloning is the creation of an individual that is a genetic replica of another individual. The process transfers a nucleus from a somatic nonreproductive cell into an "en... Read more
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Cloning Organisms There are two distinct types of cloning: molecular and organismal. Molecular cloning is the removal of a stretch of DNA, usually a gene, from an organism, and its insertion into anot... Read more
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Clone, Cloning A clone is a group of organisms that derive from a single ancestor and are genetically identical. A clone can be a group of mammals such as sheep, or a group of cells in culture. Clonin... Read more
720 words, approx. 3 pages
Cloning The phenomenon of identical twins has always attracted attention. After an egg is fertilized, it begins to divide repeatedly. If the egg completely separates during the two-cell stage, identic... Read more
871 words, approx. 3 pages
Clones and Cloning Cloning involves creating a population of genetically identical cells by asexual reproduction. A second definition involves creating an exact replica of a gene, or gene cloning. Clo... Read more
715 words, approx. 3 pages
Cloning The phenomenon of identical twins has always attracted attention. After an egg is fertilized, it begins to divide repeatedly. If the egg completely separates during the two-cell stage, identic... Read more
674 words, approx. 3 pages
Cloning: Applications to Biological Problems Human proteins are often used in the medical treatment of various human diseases. The most common way to produce proteins is through human cell culture, an... Read more
670 words, approx. 3 pages
Cloning: Applications to Biological Problems Human proteins are often used in the medical treatment of various human diseases. The most common way to produce proteins is through human cell culture, an... Read more
720 words, approx. 3 pages
Cloning The phenomenon of identical twins has always attracted attention. After an egg is fertilized, it begins to divide repeatedly. If the egg completely separates during the two-cell stage, identic... Read more
1,559 words, approx. 6 pages
Cloning Cloning hit the news headlines in 1997 when scientists in Scotland announced they had successfully cloned a sheep, named Dolly, in 1996. Although several other animal species had been cloned... Read more