Cloning PPT - What is Cloning Facts and Information Dolly the Sheep CC for Copycat or Carbon Copy Ethics behind it Pros and Cons Conclusion Process

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What is Cloning? Facts and Information Dolly the Sheep CC; for “Copycat” or “Carbon Copy” Ethics behind it Pros and Cons Conclusion
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Process of making a genetically identical copy Examples: Trees Identical twins
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Recombinant DNA technology molecular cloning Result of joining material from two different species
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Reproductive Cloning Create genetic duplicate of an existing organism Human clone genetic copy of an existing person Therapeutic Cloning First step in reproductive cloning Embryo cloning
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First cloned animal; in 1800’s Sea urchin 1902, scientist Sutton proves chromosomes hold genetic information 1928, scientist Spemann performs first nuclear transfer equipment
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1962, 1 st cloned frog 1972, Scientist Berg creates first recombinant DNA molecules 1996, Dolly the animal cloned from adult cells is born
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1998, Japanese scientist report they cloned 8 copies of a single cow.
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This note was uploaded on 01/02/2012 for the course BIOL 1012 taught by Professor Lyleshannon during the Spring '08 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.

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Cloning PPT - What is Cloning Facts and Information Dolly the Sheep CC for Copycat or Carbon Copy Ethics behind it Pros and Cons Conclusion Process

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