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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:00 krojas015

In the controversial scientific process of cloning, organisms are created that are genetically identical to there parent. this process would be classified as

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Answer from: taylordalton93

The controversial scientific process of cloning, organisms are created that are genetically identical to the parent. This process would be classified as asexual reproduction.

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Asexual reproduction can be described as a process of reproduction in which daughter cells are produced which are identical to the parent cell. In the process of cloning, identical copies of a cell, tissue, organ or individuals are produced. We can say that both these terms are similar to each other. Hence, both the processes of asexual reproduction and cloning can be termed as similar as identical copies are produced in both the processes.

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Answer from: oofoofoof1

D) asexual reproduction.

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Cloning means copying and possessing exactly the same genetic material as the original organism bears. Cloning occurs naturally by asexual reproduction, that  is a process in which a single organism creates a genetically identical copy of itself. Asexual reproduction needs only one parent, unlike sexual reproduction, which needs two parents. As a result, the offspring are genetically identical to the parent and to each other and hence they are called clones.

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Answer from: krystalhurst97

D.

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Im sure that is is D because when an offspring is identical to the parent that lets you know that it was asexual reproduction.

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Answer from: ennaturan

The answer is D, asexual reproduction. Since the process of asexual reproduction results in organisms that are genetically identical to their parent, cloning does the exact same thing, which in term, makes cloning a form of asexual reproduction. I hoped this helped!

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Answer from: LizzieS8167

The answer would be D

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Answer from: ponyolovezsosuk8683

The process would be classified as asexual reproduction.

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Answer from: huangjianhe135
In the controversial scientific process of cloning, organisms are created that are genetically identical to the parent. This process would be classified as asexual reproduction. 

Asexual reproduction is a type of reproduction involving only one parent, in which the offspring inherits the genes of that one parent, very similar to cloning.

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