clon


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Noun1.clon - a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction
organism, being - a living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independently
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And the country's scientists have big aspirations for their next cloning challenge, working on the theory that if cats can be cloned, so can pandas.
Fosmid clones are large enough to accommodate entire gene clusters and bacterial operons but are still small enough to be manipulated and easily sequenced.
Over the years, around 23 kinds of animals have been genetically cloned. However, this month marks the first successful cloning of an animal in the primate family.
Synopsis: Chinese scientists have successfully cloned two monkeys, a scientific process that less than a third of U.S.
Global Cloned Competent Cells Market Size, Growth and Opportunities Research Report 2017
Scientists have already cloned human embryos and many believe creating fully developed humans is the next step.
Clones don't age prematurely, new research on Dolly the Sheep's sisters suggests.
Summary: Injaz, the cloned camel, gave birth to a healthy female calf weighing about 38kg
They had, for the first time, successfully derived stem cells from cloned human embryos.
Britain's first cloned dog, a tiny dachshund pup weighing just over one pound, was born in Seoul, South Korea, after Channel 4 ran a competition offering the winner the procedure free of charge.
In the past 15 years, sheep, dogs, and cats have been successfully cloned. Some companies now offer pet-cloning services.
Its scientific declaration' of 17 September confirms its earlier conclusions and recommendations: mortality rates and the number of animals born with developmental anomalies are higher among cloned animals than among those born through sexual reproduction; on food safety, there is no evidence of differences between the meat and milk of cloned animals and their offspring and that of animals reproduced sexually.