Human cloning and gmo

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Human cloning and gmo

  1. 1. Human Cloning And GMO CL NS OW 1ºEE
  2. 2. Human CloningHuman cloning is thecreation of a geneticallyidentical copy of a There are two types ofhuman. popularization of human cloning; the popularization that critiques its ethics and implications, and the ones that advocate its uses and benefits to society.
  3. 3. HUMAN GENOME PROJECT The Human Genome Project (HGP) was a scientific research project with the primary aim of determining the sequence of chemical base pairs that make up DNA and to identify and map the human genome around genes from a physical standpoint and functional.
  4. 4. Types of cloningmolecular cloning We introduce the sequence formed inside cells. Finally cells are selected which have been transfected with success with the new DNA.
  5. 5. cellular cloning Cloning a cell is to form a group of them from one. Cloned cells that are collected inside the ring and are carried to a new container to continue its growth.these types of cloning there is also the cloning oforganisms naturally, artificial twinning, reproductivecloning and therapeutic cloning.
  6. 6. WHATISGMO?? A genetically modified organism (GMO) or genetically engineered organism (GEO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques.
  7. 7. These techniques, generally known asrecombinant DNA technology, useDNA molecules from different sources,which are combined into one moleculeto create a new set of genes .
  8. 8. summary : opinion : What we really worries us isHuman cloning: Is it possible to that one day develop humanclone humans? is possible but clones for forced labor or fornot certain that these are in the use of donor organs, forgood condition.This has example.prompted an ethical discussion

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