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Transcript of Reproductive Cloning
Cloning What Is it? What technology it uses? Biotechnology, which is in the biology field which exercises the use of organisms which are living. Other bioproducts are the bioprocesses in technology, medicine and engineering. How does it work? Reproductive cloning is a way of cloning how its performed or done, is by making a duplicate, a copy of any other organism, this is by... somatic cell nuclear transfer Which is when the nucleus of a cell has the DNA a organism, that acts as its design. By then getting rid of the nucleus and alternating it by another nucleus from a different cell therefore modifying itself and other cells that draw from it. how has it changed over time ? Over time people have considered
cloning. with cloning the technology for
it has improved and its not as difficult
as it has been. over time its become a
more popular subject.
Many people have there own
views on cloning from their Ethics,
Religions and morals. With this comes
the pros and cons of reproductive
pros :) Cons :( copy extinct and near-extinct species
Genetic disorders can be curbed
Cloning vital organs for transplantations
Can be used as a solution to infertility
death wouldnt be as a big of a barrier, if you could clone another you. pros cons any economic problems
will it be cost- effective?
cloning is equivalent to imitating God, is that riskfree?
science behind it Genes are parts of chemicals that help make the proteins that make up your body. there found in chromosomes, which is found in the nuclei of your cells. In sexual reproduction a child gets half its genes from each parent. This is the basis for human variation and diversity. In the case of colonial reproduction all of the cloned childs genes would come from a body cell of a single individual. It would develop into a child that would be the genetic duplicate of the person from whom the original body cell nucleus was taken – a clone. LASTLY ✿ .♥ THE HISTORY OF CLONING In the mid 1990s the first sheep was successfully cloned, which was known as Dolly the sheep. The cloning of animals has been a reality since around 1960. Along with dolly the sheep other animals such as mice, dogs and camels have been cloned. By 2001 the first endangered species was subjected to the cloning process. The more as time goes on the more advance technology will making cloning easier. And many researches take the role on to more complicated cloning projects. Which means human cloning is in the future sometime soon.
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