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Cloning

all about cloning
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China Brown

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Cloning

Cloning What is cloning? Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another. What are the main components of cloning? What are the different types of cloning? A well-preserved source of DNA from the organism

A closely related organism, currently living, that could serve as a replacement mother Where are genes located? Recombinant DNA Technology or DNA Cloning
Reproductive Cloning
Therapeutic Cloning ("embryo cloning") Tissue
Cell
Nucleus
Chromosome
DNA
Genes What are some famous cloning experiments? The first cloned animals were created by Hans Dreisch in the late 1800's. Dreich's experiments involved sea urchins, which he picked because they have large embryo cells, and grow independently of their mothers. In 1902, another scientist, embryologist Hans Spemman, used a hair from his infant son as a knife to separate a 2-celled embryo of a salamander. In 1977, a German scientist cloned three mice from embryos.
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