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Does the world really need to do test tube cloning?

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No we do not need to, we just want to.  
Cloning technology holds the key to solving a lot of the world's problems that might not otherwise be fixable. If you want a cure in the near future for lots of diseases like Parkinsons, cancer, etc, then yes we really need to study cloning.
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Why that you need to pass the test tube back and forth over the flame while heating?

This is done so that the test tube is heated uniformly and not in just one place. If its heated in only one place, it could crack, or even explode. Usually, after passing the

What tools are needed for a scientist to clone?

  microscope     petridishes     sharp pipette     blunt pipette     chemical to stimuate cell divison  

What can you conclude about test tube baby?

A test tube baby is a surprize gift of Medical Science & God also, but not just a product.

What type of test is in a EDTA tube?

EDTA tube use for identify amount of blood. use for diagnosis disease relate with blood such as anemia, leukaemia, and any disease like thalasemia. beside that, this tube can

How are a test tube babies formed?

First the egg and sperm are united in a test tube, and then both are put in the womens uterus, for the next nine months.

What is the use of test tube?

  the use of test tube is when you have an experiment it is very use ful because you can use it as an xperiment or chemical containers!

What is a test tube and what is the uses of a test tube?

A test tube is a glass tube used in science class for containing substances, and for containing chemical reactions.
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Uses of test tube?

  Many uses as a vessle container) just like a cup but better for heating solutions in. and centrifuging. Make good crack cookers or pipes too

What is the difference between test tube cloning and test tube fertilization?

      First, the term "test tube" is popular, but it is not the terminology used by scientists. They instead use the latin term 'in vitro' (literal definition: in g

How is test tube cloning accomplished?

Easy, it's not.... "Test Tube" babies are a product of a process in which an egg and a bunch of sperm are isolated in one tube (dish) and once the egg is fertilized, it's ins