Cloning is the process of making genetic copy of an organism. It has mixed reviews as some people believe it violates human rights issues.
Cloning is the process of making genetic copy of an organism. It has mixed reviews as some people believe it violates human rights issues.
A plasmid (free bit of DNA) in bacteria that produces colicin to kill other strains of bacteria.
The major reason is of religious controversies as it is against the honor of God Almighty and dignity of human
So far none, as it isn't officially done. Cloning has proven to be very difficult, with something like a 98% failure rate. And then getting a healthy clone with a normal life expectancy has shown to be just as hard. Best guess is that cloning will remain expensive, along the lines of IVF babies, so it's unlikely "ever" to become a big thing. There's not much call for concern, really. With the things we're already… Read More
Replication enables cellular components to copy themselves independent of DNA.
Hy people please be who u are this days people so different I'm so happy to be who I am and we have to say thanks for god who create us
Coning can build up so many types of the same dna, that all the clones act different.It can cause hectic problems, and you would have to kill ALL the clones or it'd be VERY Difficult to solve the problem! So cloning is a BIG problem!
no because it you are cloning the same things
A good Christians view on cloning is no. No cloning.
One risk is that virtually all individuals would be susceptible to the same disease.
In a broad sense, a plant is genetically modified whenever changes to the genes in the plant occur. This could occur naturally, through hybridization, or through genetic engineering. To be considered genetically engineered, a food must have been created using genetic engineering: the process of manually changing the genetic makeup of a plant in a lab, often by extracting a gene from one species and inserting it into an related species (such as a bacteria… Read More
Employee cloning is when the hiring manager hires people that are most similar to him or her. This method is unintentional but usually involves hiring someone with the same background, same education, or same personality characteristics.
The pricedure is when DNA is extracted from humans cell inserted into a womens ovum develop and produce stem cells, Stem cells are removed from the pre embryo grown into specifi organ transplanted into the patient.
I believe cloning should be done, it would help the world a lot more. Also I wouldnt have to do as much for myself, because I would have a clone!
You can prove gene closing is complete by comparing the cloned genes to the original. If any differences are present, the cloning process was not successful.
No. Cloning only makes what are like identical twins, and identical twins do not have the same memories.
yes budding is a example of asexual reproduction like zoospores, conidia and gammules
Cloning Clyde happened in 2006.
Cloning Clyde was created on 2006-07-19.
Sexual reproduction leads to variety in offspring.
Cloning is an interesting technology which, like other technologies, can potentially be used for either good purposes or bad purposes. It also needs a lot more research to achieve its potential either for good or ill.
Interesting and very difficult to put into x amount of letters.
When you fire it the bullet will make less noise.
No. Meiosis 'mixes up' the genes so a totally new individual is formed.
You can then do two things at once ;-)
what are the sections are there in cloning
Cloning is considered a taboo in the sense that no human should have the power to do what "god" does. Cloning happens naturally in nature when identical twins are born, but that is the only situation where it is present.
people like mushoe pork on wensdays The, "Stop Cloning Act" of 1997
Cloning is a Biological way of making an exact clone of the original subject. Cloning happens all the time in the plant world and also happens in the animal to a lesser extent, as it is the quickest way of reproduction (asexual). Cloning cannot be considered evil if it happens all the time, though in saying that depending on what faith you are most have a different take on this subject. Bottom line, Cloning happens… Read More
wow! that was kinda rude.... maybe the person looking it up was just wanting to know! no need to b mean! :)
There are essentially no problems, only advantages. The reason is that people lack any financial incentive for cloning organisms without benefit. Cloning is more expensive than natural reproduction. What are the advantages of cloning? We might be able to resurrect some recently extinct species, helping to preserve them. We can produce copies of useful organisms, such as cows that are above average milk producers, or cows that lack susceptibility to bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow… Read More
placing an adult nucleus in a cell without a nucleus...the answer is c
In many respects it is morally neutral. From one point of view, it is simply the creation of another life or the imitation of, something that happens on a regular basis naturally. In fact, the act of procreation itself is morally neutral. Imitation of a natural phenomena is hardly unethical either, else many buildings (dams) and technologies (web [internet]) would be morally wrong. Many religions find the concept abhorrent due to the idea that cloning… Read More
People have been saying things like this, about all sorts of things, for years. Every time we learn to do something new, it's 'playing God'. I know someone who said it about Daylight Saving. Somebody probably said it the first time we planted a seed instead of waiting for the thing to grow by itself. If God put us here, He/She/It gave us brains and hands to use. If we got here by accident, we… Read More
yess because big fat ducks are happy
Well one of the benefits of being cloned can be if you are tired of work and school then you can have your clone go instead of you. Or the problem of cloning can be either if u come out a baby then u have no hope to count on that baby or either if the clone doesnt come out excactly like u because the machine can have problems...
i no how to breed i want the glitch not the action replay
Do you mean, "dangerous?" It's not possible to clone a deceased organism. It's not legal to clone a human being.
cuz i dont like it
it is good fr cows
It will be accepted by some and rejected by others, as with all new ideas.
Millions of people all over the world suffer from some or the other type of hair loss. In America alone, there are an estimated 80 million people experiencing hair loss. To help all such people, scientists are in the process of developing a new hair multiplication theory known as
Excellent question. Clinton abolished any scientific research regarding cloning and Bush followed suit. However, parts of Europe are still doing some tests in this area. Members of the UN are gearing up to debate highly the banning of human cloning. The guise is really to hide behind medical research (more organs available such as hearts, kidneys for those who need them) but this is a highly dangerous area to get into. 125 scientific and patient… Read More
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.
4 Haploid gametes. In Meiosis, germ cells first undergo a mitosis like division which produces 2 diploid germ cells. After that division, they undergo a second division in Meiosis 2, without first replicating their chromosomes. The end result is 4 haploid gametes.
There are four steps in the process of reproductive cloning that must take place for successful results. These four steps in order include isolation of the donor nucleus, harvesting of the egg cells, removal of the eggâ??s nucleus, and finally, insertion of the donorâ??s nucleus.
> What are the social impacts of cloning animals None so far. The idea that a prize racehorse or milk cow or steer can be cloned hasn't had much of an impact. Cat and dog cloning are too expensive to be of much impact. ...and cloning leopard frogs? Hey, most people don't even know about that. Nobody really knows if cloning could affect our society but, we may never know and it could have been… Read More
The desired gene is cut from its original DNA by using restriction enzyme. The vector (plasmid) is also cut with the same restriction enzyme so that both the vector and the desired gene have the same sticky end. They are bonded together by DNA ligase. Why desired gene are cloned into vector? This is because vector have the ability to reproduce by itself and at the same time carry the desired gene together; in another… Read More
Human cloning is very controversial in the world, some people think it is wrong. Animal cloning is less controversial, but like animal testing of shampoos etc., some people are against it.
construction of interested DNA into yeast by insertion to obtain genetically modified yeast is yeast cloning.
Mitotic cell division occurs.
cloning can effect the gentice pool....or is that selective breeding? not sure but there u go
Sir Ian Wilmut (English embryologist) is 73 years old (born July 7, 1944).
Plants have been cloned for thousands of years, specifically some varieties of grapes in Europe. More recently viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms, worms & insects, tadpoles & frogs, fish (carp), mice & rats, rabbits, ferret (Libby & Lilly), domestic cats (Copy Cat and Little Nicky), dogs, wolves, goats, mouflon (wild sheep), domestic sheep (Dolly), camel, an extinct Pyrenean Ibex in 2009 for seven minutes, pigs, deer (Dewey), cows (thirteen of them), Indian bison, mule (Idaho… Read More
cloning could cause birth defect If cloned babies start showing up in hospital nurseries, scientists predict that they will be hooked up to respirators because their hearts and lungs will have been deformed. Feeding tubes also might be necessary for infants who have brain damage and cannot suckle. Others might have extensive physical abnormalities. Even those born with a normal appearance probably would experience epilepsy, autism or behavioral abnormalities. Cloning allows man to tamper with… Read More
Cloning will affect how we think about humanity, and will also affect daily life in countless ways.
A twin that wasn't created naturally.
its not very nice. :(
There are several different types of animal cloning. The original animal clone, of a sheep named Dolly, was done through oocyte nuclear transfer. An oocyte was removed from the ovary and the nucleus was removed; a nucleus was then removed from a skin cell and inserted into the oocyte. The oocyte was stimulated to start dividing as if it had been fertilized and once the oocyte was dividing and turning into a blastocyst it was… Read More
the environment and everybody in it from natural gases so nobody explodes.
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The pro's of cloning is you get another person to keep you company like a person that may of died recently. The cons are it could go wrong and you could end up with a deformed person which would be even worse than loosing the relative in the first place. Need anymore advice just leave another question. Cloning pros are cloning new hearts, kidneys, etc. so people that need organs don't have to be put… Read More
An even more fundamental question is whether we should believe in God. Without the existence of God, there can be no Trinity. If you choose to believe in God - and in the absence of proof, it is a choice - then belief in the Trinity is a doctrine of most Christian churches, although there is no actual biblical support for the Trinity. The concept of the Trinity began to be debated in the third… Read More
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Christians are against cloning because its like you're playing God if you clone because God can only give life.
the formation of identical offspring
1. Cloning prevents extinction
it needs more detail.
Cloning has many advantages, including replacing miscarriages, the creation of expendable soldiers, confusing your teachers, and taking over the modern world.other advantages are the ability to take the stem cells of the unborn, defenseless, innocent fetus, and use them to repair the spines of people who were immobilized by accidents that were most likely their own fault.
not really any prros ^ not true there are tons of pros like curing desease raising the human life expectancy for a few, but like always their are cons but most are whether is ethical to change people on a genetic level and because it hasent really been done we don't know for sure of the physical side effects.
The energy released through the chemical reaction within the cell results in a difference in potential appearing across the cell's terminals. This potential difference drives the free electrons already within an external conductor to move along the length of that conductor.
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How the sociological perspectives would view urban revitalization?
Fannie Hurst was one of the most popular novelists in America from the 1910s through the 1940s, and saw dozens of films made from her books and stories.
When it's done in a lab? In an academic lab it's the funding body (usually a charity or a wing of government). In industry that it would be the company itself. When it's done naturally? The parents, who end up with identical twins instead of a single baby.
Internet hacking means accessing a secure computer system by disabling or bypassing the security.Some hackers will steal data or destroy data, or use the system to hide their tracks as they hack into a different system.Some just do it for fun, and might leave little messages to let someone know they've been hacked, but don't actually do anything bad (unfortunately for them it's still illegal).
I would have thought that DNA is essential to cloning.Cloning requires DNA to be copied. You must have DNA in one form or another.
...it doesn't.......that's all i got. Cloning actually can help us. When we clone an organ or tissue, it can replace an old or broken one. Other than that when people start cloning an entire organism, it raises moral, legal, and social issues. Cloning also has huge risks and a high rate of failure.
Asexual reproduction involves a single parent - such as when a plant grows from a cutting (vegetative reproduction). Another example is in Brewer's yeast - when a small daughter cell appears on the side of the larger parent cell (budding).
It depends on the animal you want to clone, but it is usually thousands of dollars.
If it does, I think it would be at the cuticle.
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 egg is held still with a pipette, a needle is used to drill through the zona pellucida, removing a plug. 3 After ejecting the zona plug, the needle is inserted back in the egg through the hole to withdraw and discard the polar… Read More
The truth is that some say people are being cloned and others say they aren't. With advances in knowledge of genetics, cloning is certainly possible.
Well like all gaming it can be quite addictive, If you are refering to gambeling then people may make massive loses (mainly as the money they are loseing is on the computer and doesn't feel like real money). People may be lead to steal in order to repay large bills or to continue the habbit and as it is all happening over the internet there isn't anybody sitting with them to say "Don't you think… Read More
Cloning was first achieved on February 14th 2003 when Dolly the sheep WA successfully cloned. Even though she as cloned in 2003 they started the project on July 5th 1996.
There is a very low success rate. Only 2-3% of trials produce viable subjects and even fewer develop into a functioning organism. If a functioning organism is even produced, they generally have a lower life expectancy and are more suspectable to disease and infection. The proccess is also meticulous and unreliable.
separet the gene and make another one?
well if you look to animal cloning, then although there are many advantages for example adults of desirablequalities cn be breed by farmers and the use for organs or conservation of species, there are many ethical considerations firtsly there is the always issue of will people take it to far, clones reduce genetic diversity and their are disadvatages f that, also the major issue is the fact that their are inperfect embroy development assocated with… Read More
People use reproductive cloning to create a duplicate of an existing organism with desirable qualities. For example: a farmer has a cow that produces lots of milk, you would choose to clone this particular cow above others with less-desirable qualities. Sources: BC Science 9
cuz you are playing god
Yes.You can't be two.
It could eventually lead to the discovery of mutations that may help to cure diseases. it may also allow us to research the effect of certain chemicals on a body in comparison to natural reactions of the same body. Then the animal will mate with you and make cross breed human lion babies.
In 1963, the British biologist J.B.S. Haldane is credited to have coined the term "clone" in a speech entitled "Biological Possibilities for the Human Species of the Next Ten-Thousand Years." Even though many scientists had described, and even completed the cloning process by this time, the term "cloning" had never been used to describe such experiments.
because it is wronge
its scary. scary things are bad. so bad
Natural cloning has been around forever, but the first artificial clone was made in the late 1800's by a guy named Hans Dreisch.
It's about science.. It's about getting DNA from a living thing and then using it to make replicates, thus making "copies" of the original living thing from which the DNA has been taken from.
cloning is asexual reproduction because asexual reproduction is to have an organism be produced by only one organism. So the item you clone is producing another organism.
1. Sequence the DNA containing the eukaryotic gene and map it with known restriction sites. 2. Find a bacterial plasmid (also known as vector) with the corresponding restriction sites in it's MCS (multiple cloning site). 3. Design primers 5' and 3' to your eukaryotic gene that lie to OUTSIDE of your restriction sites. 4. Run a PCR reaction using your eukaryotic DNA as the template with your primers, buffer, dNTPs and your pet DNA polymerase… Read More