yonatan
  • yonatan
what is cloning ?
Biology
chestercat
  • chestercat
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cathyangs
  • cathyangs
you take genetic information from one individual and put in...an "empty" cell. You nurture the cell in a lab or such and it will grow as the original individual did. P.S. I have way more information...so if you ask at a good time I can type up some more. Read the House of Scorpions (the beginning at least) if you're interested in cloning.
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  • anonymous
hey i m interested in this topic its sounds great can u give more info?

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