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Cloning Right Or Wrong Cloning humans have recently achieved the ability to clone animals What exactly is cloning The term clone refers to a group of organisms that are genetically identical Now dont get me wrong cloning has been going on for hundreds of millions of years its just that recently humans have unlocked the mysteries behind cloning Cloning first began when the very first cell that grew and evolved into what we are today depending on your views of evolution or if you believe in the religious thoughts Anyway cloning is done and has been done by bacteria and other organisms since the beginning of time they achieve cloning by asexual reproduction most often But humans are different then bacteria which Im sure your aware of Humans undergo different changes in development from when they begin as a fertilized embryo Somewhere along the line of development humans undergo a type of cell differentiating that makes it so that a s soon as some cells go off to do there jobs such as a blood cell making blood that is all it will do it cant go and make skin cells and this is where scientists have the problems with human cloning getting past that certain differentiating stage Cloning isnt really a new thing to humans weve been doing it with plants for a long time But cloning animals is a different story Recently the first mammal cloned was a sheep named dolly which again Im sure your aware of However since then us humans have had great success with cloning other mammals especially cows As a matter of fact on two separate occasions one on February 16 in the United States a cow named Gene was successfully cloned Also on July 5 a cow was cloned into two calves in Japan On another note Mice were successfully cloned on July 22 at the University of Hawaii It may sound weird that
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