To Clone or Not to Clone Analytical Essay by The Research Group

To Clone or Not to Clone
This paper discusses the science of cloning.
# 74283 | 1,130 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Biology (Bioethics) , Hot Topics (Cloning)

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In this essay, the writer examines the science of cloning. The writer defines cloning and explains the science. The writer looks at the controversy that exists over human cloning. The writer discusses human embryo experiments, in addition to stem-cell research, or reproductive cloning. Further, the writer looks at the question whether or not cloned cells should be protected by law.

From the Paper:

"A clone is an individual organism grown from a single body cell of its parent making it a genetic duplicate of the parent. According to an article in Wilson Quarterly, that a sheep had been cloned from the cells in the udder of a six year old ewe, the world was both elated and stunned. Despite the uncertainties regarding technology, the cloning of animals may benefit humans. For example cloning ... "

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