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A clone is an organism that is genetically identical to the organism from which it was produced! :)
P.S. - Cloning is like creating twin. The created twin will be far younger than the organism from which it was produced. Anyway, it needs surrogate mother womb. In a way cloning is done to 'reverse time elapsed'.

Cloning isn't just a genetic identical organism, You may take a cell from a jellyfish and place in cats, rabbit or mice and the animal glows in the dark once charged with UV light. The animals genetic structure is still the same just with another cell producing another hormone. Hope this Helps :) Good luck :)

Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another. This means that every single bit of DNA is the same between the two!

When you clone something you make a genetically identical copy of it.
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What animals are cloned?

sheep are the only animals to be succesfully cloned so far Not  true..........This is true List of animals that have been cloned   1 Carp  2 Cats  3 Cattle  4 Deer  5

What is cloning and genetic engineering?

Cloning and genetic engineering are similar. Genetic engineering is when we choose a specific gene that we are interested in and cloning is when exact genetic copies are produ

What is a cloning vector?

The original plasmid defined as a DNA molecule that can carry foreign DNA into a host cell and replicate there.

What is a clone?

A clone is an exact genetic copy of a living being, like twins in a family, two of the same burgers and star wars the clone wars. Dolly was the first genetically cloned animal

Can you clone a bird?

At this point the only animals that are being cloned are mammals.  Birds have a more complex system than mammals. Because science is  progressing by leaps and bounds, perhap

What are the controversies of cloning?

Cloning of animals or higher life forms poses many moral and religious issues for many people. Arguments often call cloning "playing God" and interfering with nature. There ar

What is mammalian cloning?

its a type of experiment that uses the original genes of a mammal and transfer it to another mammal

What can be cloned?

anything that has cells

Can clones reproduce?

  Theoretically yes as a clone is an exact copy of the lifeform which was used to create it. As long as the original was able to reproduce then so too should the clone. In

What are the results of cloning?

to receive the exact copy of a DNA sequence.

What are regeneration and cloning?

Regeneration is when a living being regrows a part of their body. Take lizards for an example. When a lizard is frightened by predators, it sheds its tail and later regrows it

What are clones?

1.New cell or organism that is an exact copy of the parent cell or organism. 2.The new cells formed from mitosis are clones, exact replicas of the parent cell. CLONING:Pr
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How do you clone a dog?

Although dogs have not yet been cloned, animals such as tadpoles, carp, mice, sheep, and even cats have successfully been cloned.  Reproductive cloning uses "somatic cell nuc

How do you clone?

1   Eggs are coaxed to mature in a culture dish. Each has a remnant egg cell called the polar body and cumulus cells from the ovary clinging to it.   2   While an e
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Why is cloning expensive?

The only time anything was ever cloned was when a sheep named Dolly  was cloned. They took two sheep that looked similar and breed them.  Then they took DNA from the female

What is cloning and DNA fingerprinting?

In biological terms, cloning is the process by which genetically  identical individuals are created. DNA fingerprinting, or DNA  typing, is a test to identify a person's gen

How do you make clone?

step 1Materials Before beginning the cloneprocess, you need to have these materials: - Human cells,from the individual who will be cloned. - Media in which these human cel