CLONES


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CLONESCentral Location On-Line Entry System (NANPA)
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One of the chief concerns when Dolly was cloned 20 years ago was the premature aging that the clone experienced.
None of them or any other country outside the EU identifies or tracks the offspring or descendants of clones.
It gives you a richer aroma, compared with some of the Dijon clones, which are floral and less spicy.
Taking Islamic jurisprudence principles, such as the rule of necessity for self preservation and respect for human beings, the rule of la darar wa la dirar ('the necessity to refrain from causing harm to oneself and others') and the rule of usr wa haraj, one may indicate that if human cloning could not be prohibited or opposed, it gives way to various harmful consequences including family disorder, chaos in the clone's family relationships, physical and mental diseases for clones and suffering of egg donors and surrogate mothers.
After going through a two-year quarantine process, it became clear that they were not the clones he had seen in Burgundy.
Multilocus sequence typing for characterization of methicillin-resistant and methicillin-susceptible clones of Staphylococcus aureus.
Trying to save both their own lives and the lives of their fellow clones, Lincoln and Jordan seek the help of their sponsors to expose the corporation's crimes.
For the most part, clonal production systems have been used to establish clonal tests where a few plants are produced from each of many clones.
Clones do occur naturally, such as in identical human twins - although they are genetically different from their parents, they are naturally occurring clones of each other.
Imagine a world in the not-so-distant future where biotechnologists and/or genetic engineers create human clones to perform menial labor.