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  • 37 Genes In Dolly's Mitochondria
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    CLONING SPECIAL REPORDolly's mixture Clones are not the perfect replicas we thought. By Philip Cohen Dolly the sheep does not have precisely the same genetic make-up as the adult sheep from which she was cloned. A study shows that the genes in her mitochondria-the powerhouses of cells-came from another sheep involved in the experiment. The result leaves scientists wondering: exactly how similar are Dolly and her genetic twin In a cloning technique called nuclear transfer, a donor cell is fused w...
  • Cloning Of Humans
    901 words
    Successful clone of adult sheep born; clone named "Dolly" after the famous country singer February 23, 1997 Scientists at the Roslin Institute in Scotland announce the birth of "Dolly" March 1997 Following the announcement of "Dolly", President Clinton issues a moratorium that bans the use of federal funds for any project involving human cloning; asks the newly appointed National Bioethics Advisory Board to address the ethical and legal issues surrounding human cloning within three months August...
  • Human Cloning Should Be Banned
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    HUMAN CLONING SHOULD BE BANNED. At the present time the science has achieved such high level of the development that it became possible to clone not only the cells but the whole organisms. Up to now such experiments were made on the representatives of the animal kingdom. In the late 90's the whole humanity could make sure of such experiment. The news that splashed over the newspaper front pages around the world in 1997 was about sheep Dolly. Dolly was the first mammal to have been successfully c...
  • First Cloning Of An Animal
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    Cloning has been in existence in society for many years, but it is only since the year of 1997 that the topic of cloning has sparked a controversy of positive and negative opinions. It was in the year of 1997 that the first cloning of an animal had been performed. This sheep's name was Dolly and Dolly created a frenzy within the scientific world. With the successful outcome of Dolly the World began to set the sky as the limit of possibility. However it is only now in this modern age that we can ...
  • Individual Clone
    773 words
    Cloning Bioethics, which is the study of value judgments pertaining to human conduct in the area of biology and includes those related to the practice of medicine, has been an important aspect of all areas in the scientific field (Bernstein, Maurice, M.D. ). It is one of the factors that says whether or not specific scientific research can go on, and if it can, by which rules, regulations and guidelines it must abide by. One of the most recent and controversial issues facing our society today is...
  • Different From Other Reproductive Technologies Clones
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    Cloning: Fact vs. Fiction Millions of people pour into movie theatres every weekend. There are movies about sports, romance, politics, and Science Fiction. They are meant to entertain people, however many people actually leave a theatre believing what they just saw. There are movies where some evil genius devises a cloning machine, where someone just walks into and out he comes along with his clone. This might have made the movie enjoyable, but have put the idea of cloning in a bad light. There ...
  • Ewe And An Early Egg Cell
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    In Case You Were Sleeping On June 22nd 1999, the world was changed in such a radical way that it will never be the same. A group of Scottish scientists from the Roslin Institute did the impossible and created the world's first genetic clone, a sheep named Dolly. She was an exact replica of her mother's nucleic DNA, but the most incredible part was that Dolly's DNA came from her mother's udder, not a haploid sex cell. What Makes This So Special What happened with Dolly is even different from the ...
  • Clone Humans
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    The scientific process known as cloning has become a topic full of achievements in the past decade. "Cloning is not new, but many people think that is something that scientifics have just discovered... ". (Hyde and Hyde 13). As a matter of fact it became more popular in 1996 when the Scottish scientifics cloned the famous sheep Dolly. The creation of Dolly by Ian Wilmot has led us to the big question of whether or not we should attempt to clone humans. Great debates have been made opposing human...
  • Dolly And Other Cloned Animals
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    What does it mean to be a clone? It could mean that you are one of a group of genetically identical individuals, the group itself more properly called the clone. All of the members of the group were likely produced in a fertility clinic by splitting a fertilized embryo into a number of pieces. Is this act of cloning ethical, or is science destroying the beauty of natural birth? Human reproductive cloning is an assisted reproductive technology that would be carried out with the goal of creating a...
  • Cloned Human
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    The United States Government restricts us from doing many things that would cause problems or disrupt the common peace of our country. As time goes on there are many new technological advances that come about from people searching to expand man's common knowledge or make our lives or jobs easier for us. Two of these advances in science have been the ability to abort a fetus from the womb and also to clone forms of life. Why does the law allow people more freedom to destroy fetuses than to create...
  • Individual Clone
    1,768 words
    Bioethics, which is the study of value judgments pertaining to human conduct in the area of biology and includes those related to the practice of medicine, has been an important aspect of all areas in the scientific field (Bernstein, Maurice, M.D. ). It is one of the factors that says whether or not certain scientific research can go on, and if it can, under which rules and regulations it must abide by. One of the most recent and controversial issues facing our society today is the idea of cloni...

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