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Cloning

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CLONING~
Christine Trinh
Pd. 4A Honors English
Kennedy HISTORY 1880 History 1894 1901 Hans Spemann 1964 F.E. Steward How many mice has Karl Illmensee claim to clone? Three! The first confirmed case of mammalian
cloning was done by Steen Willadsen. M o o . . . For more than 2,000 years, plant asexual reproduction has been manipulated by
humans by grafting and stem cuttings. In 1958, modern laboratory cloning has begun when mature single cells placed in a nutrient culture containing hormones was the reason for the cloning of carrot plants. One to two percent of the eggs
developed into fertile,
adult toads. About 20 years later in Switzerland and the US, mammals being cloned was successfully done. Dolly 88% 2001 2
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