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Cloning and microbiologist Final

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Cloning and microbiologist Final

  1. 1. Tommy Littmann E Block 12/9/11
  2. 2. Cloning Anything made of cell that is identical to another More than 90% of animal clones fail Many of the clones that succeed are diagnosed with a disease.
  3. 3. What is Cloning The production of an organism with identical genetics to another Often thought of as a laboratory technique to create living replicas
  4. 4. How is Cloning done There are a few different ways f cloning Reproductive cloning Therapeutic cloning
  5. 5. What are the dangers of Cloning Clones will sometimes mysteriously die Sometimes clones are born with diseases Clones will also die very fast from diseases
  6. 6. How long have people beenCloning There have been records of clones since th 1960s One of the most famous clones was in 1996: Dolly the sheep
  7. 7. Who does Cloning Bioengineers Microbiologists
  8. 8. Microbiologist Microbiologist is very near cloning because microbiologist is one of few professions that does cloning. About $65,920-$115,720 annually
  9. 9. Career Academy The career academy I chose was the Biotechnology Academy. I went to Atholton high school One reason I chose this was because it is one of the fastest growing academies and the student receive lab training in the academy.
  10. 10. North Carolina State It is located in Raleigh, NC Tuition is around $19850 and around $8500 for a dorm Average SAT Scores: Reading 530-620, Math 560-660, Writing 510-610/ ACT Composite 23-28
  11. 11. Community Service Brought in cans for food on the fifteenth and sometimes delivered cans for scouts. I did this because it is a requirement for graduating high school.
  12. 12. Job Experiences Volunteer Landscaper 5 years in cub/boy scouts Boat Captain Assisstant
  13. 13. Citing “Cloning Fact Sheet.” www.ornl.gov. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2011. <htttp:www.ornl.gov/sci/ techresources/Human_Genome/elsi/cloning.shtml>. ncsu.edu. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 Dec. 2011. <http://www.ncsu.edu/>. ProQuest Staff. "Topic Overview: Bioethics and Cloning." ProQuest LLC. 2011: n.pag. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 12 Oct 2011. ProQuest Staff. "At Issue: Animal Cloning." ProQuest LLC. 2011: n.pag. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 12 Oct 2011. Seidel, Jr., George E. “Clining.” World Book Student. World Book, 2011. Web. 27 Oct.2011.

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