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Within this nucleus there are thread like structures called chromosomes Every chromosome contains packets of information that code for particular characteristics. Develops as per normal – identical to the original animal from note the adult cell was removed 1. Count to a million Part 34 Started by: These packets are called genes.

Follow 8 The resulting plant has exactly the same genetic make up as the original parent. Will my weight affect med school chances? Follow 4 Kenan and Kel Forum: Every cell bb1 living things contains a nucleus. Each cluster will then develop into a new embryo, which can then be placed back into a host mother.

The nucleus is removed from an adult cell Nucleus is also removed from an egg cell from an animal of the same species Nucleus from the original cell is placed inside the egg cell A small electric shock fuses the egg and nucleus together The new fused nucleus and egg cell start nnotes cell division to create a new embryo 6.

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Powerpoint For each slide there should be a good image and. By producing offspring with variety there is a greater chance some will survive different versions of the same gene are known as alleles.

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Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes in normal body cells. This genetic information is carried within the sex cells sperm I eggs. View your post below. Cloning Gardeners carry out cloning when they fake a cutting from a plant. Get Started Today’s posts Unanswered posts. Fri, 4 Jan ‘ I recently sat the P1B exam and i found it incredibly difficult, did anyone feel the same?

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Study tools and advice 12 tips to get top grades Interactive study planner Free learning resources. Asexual reproduction requires only one parent and results in identical offspring clones.

Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. A single pair of genes or many genes functioning together can determine personal characteristics.

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Other organisms will have different number of chromosomes. Follow 7 GYG Started by: The advantages of this method are that it is cheap, easy and relatively quick to produce new plants. Tell us a little about yourself to get started. Can we get 10k posts before ?!

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Genetics Study Guide The final test for the Genetics unit will be on. Human noets cells contain 23 chromosomes in total.

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Adult cell cloning – the above method used to produce cloned entire animals. This forum is supported by: This is what it’s really like Food and drink Replies: Wed, 9 Jan ‘ May be possible in the future to cure illnesses by inserting unaffected DNA.

Anyone staying in for new year’s? Follow 6 Follow 2 Cellular Mechanisms of Development Chapter This type of reproduction leads to greater variety in the offspring. Many plants and small organisms carry out this type of reproduction. We have a brilliant team of more than 60 Support Team members looking after discussions on The Student Room, helping to make it a fun, safe and useful place to hang out.

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