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Cloning . BY: Kane and B randon. What is Cloning ?. Cloning is the process of making copies of an organism using its own genetic material extracted from a somatic cell. How is it Done. First you must extract a somatic cell from the organism you wish to clone.

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    1. Cloning BY: Kane and Brandon

    2. What is Cloning ? • Cloning is the process of making copies of an organism using its own genetic material extracted from a somatic cell.

    3. How is it Done • First you must extract a somatic cell from the organism you wish to clone. • Second you must extract the nucleus of the somatic cell • Then you must implant the nucleus of the somatic cell into a blank egg cell. • Finally you implant the egg into the womb of a surrogate for the egg to develop.

    4. Cons Pros

    5. Pros • You can “resurrect” extinct organisms • You can remake body parts such as ears or hearts • You can make a CLONE ARMY!!! (Brandon)

    6. Cons • Cloning attempts are highly susceptible to failure • Most clones suffer from extreme physical defects/ health problems. • It is very cost ineffective

    7. Personal Beliefs (Kane) • Cloning is a good idea if it is controlled. In my opinion the cloning of stem cells is a good idea because you can then create new body parts that can save lives or give someone abilities they once had. I think the cloning of complete organisms is a bad idea because the potential for problems is too great.

    8. Personal Beliefs (Brandon) • If we learn to clone people it wont be good so I don’t think its a good idea. • So cloning is not a good thing to do