Do clones contain the same genetic material?
Cells in a cell culture all have the same genetic material because they are A. vectors B. plasmids C. hybrids D. clones?
How is the genetic material in two daughter cells similar to the genetic material in the parent cell?
DNA are the "instructions" for cells which contain all the genetic material. When a cell divides, the DNA inside its nucleus replicates and forms the same DNA strands in the two new cells. Therefore, when cells divide by meiosis to form sex cells, they contain the same codes of DNA as the cell they divided from, giving them hereditary characteristics.
The organelles that contain genetic material are: -chloroplasts They were once individual organisms themselves but had been engulfed by a eukaryote or a prokaryote, a process known as endosymbiosis -mitochondria like the chloroplasts, mitochondria were thought to be individual organisms, purple bacteria, later engulfed by a eukaryote or prokaryote in the same process (endosymbiosis)
I will refer to asexual reproduction as A and sexual reproduction as S *A involves one parent. S involves 2 parents. *A has same genetic material. S has varied genetic material. *The offspring or cells in A produce identical clones. Offspring in S are different (due to variation) * Division in A is very fast. Division in S takes time. * Mitosis is involved in A. As for S, meiosis is required in sex organs…
A clone is an exact genetic copy of a living organism. No humans have been cloned to date. Always excluding identical twins, who are 'natural' clones ___ Well, that depends on whether you cloned a human or an animal or something else. The clone will be an exact genetic duplicate of the original, although as with identical twins, if a personality exists, it will be different... So, if you cloned a human, yes. It will…