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Research slide cloning Neema

  1. 1. Neema Kashani Block C How does cloning affect the moral of society?
  2. 2. Introduction Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another  “Human cloning will not harm people if couples use it to have children they are going to love.” –Anonymous
  3. 3. Cloning questions What physical problems could a baby clone have? Why would parents want a clone?  What is the benefit of putting human genes into an animal’s DNA  What are some benefits of cloning?  Would it be possible to clone a dinosaur? How about cloning other extinct animals?
  4. 4. What is Cloning? Cloning is to make the male/female and its copy have the exact same DNA The Clone of a female will be a female  The Clone of a male will be a male
  5. 5. How Is Cloning Done? There are 2 ways to clone, SCNT and artificial embryo twinning SCNT is the process of cloning by using any cell in the body but the reproductive ones Artificial embryo twinning is the cloning procedure of mimicking the natural process of creating identical twins  The DNA is inserted into the egg of a mother, then replaced in her womb
  6. 6. Should cloning be allowed? A clone comes into the world naturally It will experience regular childhood and adolescence  Identical twins are considered clones This is because of their identical DNA The ethics of each country decide what is allowed in cloning Ethics means the standards of right and wrong in a profession
  7. 7. Will cloning end up helping the public? Cloning can help endangered animals By creating more of them  Scientists can alter the animal’s DNA to make it more efficient Such as the Dubai “elite” camels with superior milking capabilities Scientist can clone food that is commonly eaten in their country/nation Such as the Rohu fish in India
  8. 8. Is food from cloned animals safe to eat? Yes, a clone is an exact genetic copy of another Therefore their food is the same  Most people know that cloned food is safe to eat However they choose not to eat it This is because they find it abnormal Farmers can clone their most prized animals  Making the quality of its food just as good of those of the original animal
  9. 9. Geneticist A geneticist identify genes for basic biological traits, including genes that cause disease Salary: Entry Salary:$36,800  Average Salary:$66,550  Potential Salary:$100,600
  10. 10. Geneticist(Continued) 19% growth expectancy from the years 2008- 2018  No room for advancement  Related Careers Microbiologists  Animal breeders  Biochemists
  11. 11. High School Career academies River Hill High School Biotechnology academy of health I picked this career academy because it sounds like it would be an exciting experience
  12. 12. John Hopkins University Located in Baltimore- with a urban setting The tuition is $41,180 yearly  Required Factors: SAT reasoning test or ACT, essays required, Recommendations ,Personal qualities, and an Academic GPA School mascot is a Blue Jay 47% women, 53% men 27% of applicants admitted
  13. 13. John Hopkins University
  14. 14. Community Service The community service I would do is raise money for the hungry/homeless I would do this because I would know that I actively helped someone in need and made their day
  15. 15. Prior Job Experience Babysitting  Manager at Giant  Volunteer at the Howard County library  Achievements:  Honor roll  Caught you at your best award Student of the month
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