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Title: Historical Perspective in Principles of Cloning
Authors: Foote, Robert H.
Keywords: Artifical Insemination
biotechnology
Reproductive Biology
embryo culture
Cloning
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: Cloning, or asexual reproduction, is the typical way that simple organisms reproduce. However, mammals normally cannot reproduce asexually. This chapter is part of a book that traces the development of a limited understanding of cellular regeneration that led to the cloning of adult mammals. An explosion of research with stem cells and related areas has followed. This research is designed to understand cellular differentiation, and use this knowledge with the potential of greatly advancing medical practice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/3709
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Animal Reproduction: Reflections by Robert Foote

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