Organ Cloning<br />By:CarlyBonondona & LianeVelasqueze<br />
Organ cloning Fact<br />First you have to do a blood transfer.   Then you take the organ that needs to be cloned and then ...
 More organ cloning facts <br /><ul><li>Organ cloning is when people try  to create human organs without taking them out o...
I think that this is a good idea because if you’re waiting for an organ from someone else you have a good chance of dying ...
They test organ cloning  on pigs
In some states organ cloning will become illegal </li></li></ul><li> The Human Genome Project<br />identify all the approx...
What is Organ Cloning?<br />Organ Cloning is the process of making real organs without taking them out of another organism...
Basic Principals of Heredity <br />The basic principles of heredity were first worked out using nonhuman organisms. Throug...
What I think about Organ cloning<br />I think organ Cloning is a great idea because it saves more people’s lives. Also It’...
What do You Think?<br />It is also good because people will no longer have to donate their organs because scientists will ...
When did Organ Cloning start<br />Organ cloning was first created in 2001<br /> It was an idea that people can get organs ...
Scientific advancements of  organ cloning <br />Organ cloning can be very helpful because it can save some ones life from ...
Genetic disorders <br />Fewer than 10% of organ cloning is successful.<br />Organ cloning isn’t 100% safe and hasn’t been ...
What do you think?<br />Do you think organ cloning is right <br />Organ cloning to me seems very wrong to scientist this m...
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  1. 1. Organ Cloning<br />By:CarlyBonondona & LianeVelasqueze<br />
  2. 2. Organ cloning Fact<br />First you have to do a blood transfer. Then you take the organ that needs to be cloned and then you clone it. <br />There are three types of cloning one of them is organ cloning. <br /> Before Organ cloning you need to clone the embryos. <br />There are several obstacles you have to overcome before or before you do the organ cloning. <br /> The debate for organ cloning will continue for years to come <br />
  3. 3. More organ cloning facts <br /><ul><li>Organ cloning is when people try to create human organs without taking them out of another person’s body.
  4. 4. I think that this is a good idea because if you’re waiting for an organ from someone else you have a good chance of dying before you get the organ
  5. 5. They test organ cloning on pigs
  6. 6. In some states organ cloning will become illegal </li></li></ul><li> The Human Genome Project<br />identify all the approximately 20,000-25,000 genes in human DNA, <br />determine the sequences of the 3 billion chemical base pairs that make up human DNA, <br />store this information in databases, <br />improve tools for data analysis, <br />transfer related technologies to the private sector, and <br />address the ethical, legal, and social issues (ELSI) that may arise from the project<br />
  7. 7. What is Organ Cloning?<br />Organ Cloning is the process of making real organs without taking them out of another organisms body.<br />
  8. 8. Basic Principals of Heredity <br />The basic principles of heredity were first worked out using nonhuman organisms. Through careful experimentation with the common pea plant, Gregor Mendel was the first scientist to discover the basic principles of heredity. The principle of segregation states that in the formation of sex cells, the hereditary factors separate, forming sex cells that contain either one or the other of the paired factors. The principle of independent assortment states that the inheritance patterns of differing traits are independent of one another. At the most basic level, these principles are universal among all living organisms, including the human species<br />
  9. 9. What I think about Organ cloning<br />I think organ Cloning is a great idea because it saves more people’s lives. Also It’s safer because real organs might not be healthy to donate to other people<br />
  10. 10. What do You Think?<br />It is also good because people will no longer have to donate their organs because scientists will be able to make organs without taking them out of another organism.<br />
  11. 11. When did Organ Cloning start<br />Organ cloning was first created in 2001<br /> It was an idea that people can get organs without having to wait for an organ donor. <br />This is a good idea because people in desperate need of an organ won’t havee to wait for a donor.<br />
  12. 12. Scientific advancements of organ cloning <br />Organ cloning can be very helpful because it can save some ones life from dying also it can help if people are organ donors.<br />Also if you are born with a twin a they need an organ it can be very helpful. <br />
  13. 13. Genetic disorders <br />Fewer than 10% of organ cloning is successful.<br />Organ cloning isn’t 100% safe and hasn’t been proven to be used yet<br />Also it is very difficult to make an organ to function just like one from the human body. <br />
  14. 14. What do you think?<br />Do you think organ cloning is right <br />Organ cloning to me seems very wrong to scientist this may seem right but if you think about it the person is not getting the real thing. When you get an organ that has been cloned, its like getting a copy of a paper it is not the real thing. Organ cloning is also not 100% safe. For me I would not do it. <br />
  15. 15. I think organ cloning could also be bad idea because if you’re receiving a cloned organ you don’t know where it came from or who made it or if it’s 100% affective. If I were in need or an organ I would want to have a real organ instead of a cloned organ. <br />Is it a good idea?<br />
  16. 16. Work Cited <br />http://www.ehow.com/facts_5531323_cons-cloning-organs.html<br />http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12126805<br />http://www.arhp.org/publications-and-resources/patient-resources/printed-materials/cloning<br />http://www.cloneorgans.com/pros-and-cons-of-cloning/20/<br />

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