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What is a cloning

June 25, 2012  by: Joseph  Points: 4   Category: General Science  Earning $0.10   Views: 796

This article pays about what is cloning and its main points and views,How a organism reproduce by clone. This article may help students to study about cloning.


A Clone is a living creature reproduced or copied from a single cell without sexual reproduction taking place. The new organism is physically and genetically identical to the parent cell. In other words, the parent and the new creature are a similar to each other as identical twins. Cloned animals can be produced in the laboratory. This process is called cloning.

Cloning is a commercial process often used in plant breeding. Flowers or crop plants are produced in large numbers from a single cell taken from a plant with the desired characteristics. This is very profitable to up as far as plants are concerned. Cloning is a scientific process. If it becomes widespread, it will be available to anyone who can say for it. A rider called Dolly was produced by cloning in 1996. The scientist behind this was Dr Ian Wilmott of Roselin Institute, Edinburgh. Dolly became a mother through natural methods. This proves that a clone can lead a natural life. Now there are many cloned animals.

It is now possible for a scientist to clone a human being. People are debating whether cloning of humans should be allowed. The USA has banned cloning of human beings.

The cloning is led to the next step to the new human technologies. We can gore that what will happen next if our world look go like this.


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