cloning lesson

cloning lesson - Aim What is cloning Aim What is cloning Do...

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Unformatted text preview: Aim: What is cloning? Aim: What is cloning? Do Now: Review our test. What is a clone? What is a clone? • Clone refers to genetically identical cells originating from one cell. • What are they talking about when they refer to “cloned animals”? • They take DNA from a cloned cell of another animal, and insert it into a zygote that had its DNA removed, and replace it with the cloned DNA. What cloning looks What cloning looks like on a cellular level… Who did they clone? Who did they clone? • In 1997, they successfully cloned the first animal­ a lamb named Dolly. • The nucleus they used was from an adult of the same species. • Since then, they have successfully cloned sheep and pigs. Why do they want to clone Why do they want to clone animals? • They do this to study genetic disorders and disease susceptibility. • It is done strictly for medical research. In the blue Biology book… In the blue Biology book… • Turn to page 331 and read up to 333. • Answer questions 1­4 on page 333. You need to read the previous pages in order to answer the questions. • Make sure your name is on the paper – it will be collected. This powerpoint was kindly donated to is home to over a thousand powerpoints submitted by teachers. This is a completely free site and requires no registration. Please visit and I hope it will help in your teaching. ...
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