Cloning


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Concept Info

NAME

Cloning

DESCRIPTION

Cloning is a method that is used to produce genetically identical copies of pieces of DNA, cells or organisms. Cloning methods include: molecular cloning, which makes copies of pieces of DNA; cellular cloning, which makes copies of a cell; and whole organism cloning. All cloning methods involve DNA and cell manipulation.

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