CLONING2[1] - CLONING BLAYRE MELIGAN ASHLEY MINTON GAVIN JOHNSON WHAT IS CLONING Cloning refers to the technique of producing a genetically

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CLONING BLAYRE MELIGAN ASHLEY MINTON GAVIN JOHNSON
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WHAT IS CLONING? Cloning refers to the technique of producing a genetically identical copy of an organism by replacing the nucleus of an unfertilized ovum with the nucleus of a body cell from the organism.
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TRIPLE C FARMS POWER DRIVE 88H
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CLONED SONS OF POWER DRIVE 88H Power Drive R2411 Power Drive R2412 Power Drive R2417
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DOLLY( July 5,1996- FEBRUARY 14, 2003)
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DOLLY BORN- JULY 5, 1996 FIRST ANIMAL TO BE CLONED FROM AN ADULT SOMATIC CELL PRODUCED SIX LAMBS TOTAL IN 2001, SHE DEVELOPED ARTHRITIS WHICH WAS SUCCESSFULLY TREATED ON FEBRUARY 14, 2003, DOLLY WAS EUTHANIZED BECAUSE OF A PROGRESSIVE LUNG DISEASE THAT IS COMMON IN SHEEP SHEEP FROM THE SAME FLOCK DIED FROM THE LUNG DISEASE PROVING SHE DID NOT DIE FROM BEING CLONED
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VICTORIA AND VICTORIOUS
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WHY CLONE? CLONING DOES NOT CHANGE THE DNA OF THE ANIMAL CLONES ARE NOT GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS THE FDA STATED “ THE CURRENT WEIGHT OF EVEDENCE SUGGESTS THAT THERE ARE NO
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CLONING2[1] - CLONING BLAYRE MELIGAN ASHLEY MINTON GAVIN JOHNSON WHAT IS CLONING Cloning refers to the technique of producing a genetically

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