WALT: To understand how organisms are cloned and to
consider the ethical issues behind this.
~ Recall that cloning involves asexual reproduction. (E/D)
~ Describe how plant cuttings can be cloned. (C)
~ Discuss the advantages, disadvantages and possible
problems with cloning mammals. (B)
~ Explain the process of how mammals can be cloned. (B)
~ Explain with reference to mitosis why clones are
genetically identical. (A/A*)
asexual reproduction clone implanted
Dolly the sheep was the
first large mammal to be
produced in 1996.
did take 237
CopyCat is the only
…is to produce a poster
showing the arguments
for and against cloning.
~ a definition of cloning
~ how plants can be
~ advantages and
~ your opinion on
Describe the stages involved in cloning a
~ Nucleus from cell of wanted clone is
transferred into enucleated egg cell.
~ The egg cell is the stimulated to start
~ Embryo grows and is placed into the
uterus of a surrogate mother