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Biology 11 Ch 4.3

Genetic Processes: 4.3 Reproductive Strategies & Technologies

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selective breeding the process of breeding plants and animals for desirable traits
artificial insemination the process by which sperm are collected and concentrated before being introduced into the female’s reproductive system
embryo transfer the process by which an egg that has been fertilized artificially is transferred into a recipient female’s uterus.
in vitro fertilization the technique used to fertilize egg cells outside the female’s body
cloning a process that produces identical copies of genes, cells, or organisms
gene cloning the use of DNA manipulation techniques to produce multiple copies of a single gene or segment of DNA
recombinant DNA a molecule of DNA that includes genetic material from different sources
therapeutic cloning the process of replacing an egg cell’s nucleus with the nucleus from a somatic donor cell to produce a cell line of genetically identical cells
reproductive cloning the process of producing genetically identical organisms
stem cell an undifferentiated cell that can develop and become specialized into different cell types of the body
Created by: marsenault