A clone is an organism that is genetically identical to the organism from which it was produced! :)
P.S. - Cloning is like creating twin. The created twin will be far younger than the organism from which it was produced. Anyway, it needs surrogate mother womb. In a way cloning is done to 'reverse time elapsed'.
Cloning isn't just a genetic identical organism, You may take a cell from a jellyfish and place in cats, rabbit or mice and the animal glows in the dark once charged with UV light. The animals genetic structure is still the same just with another cell producing another hormone. Hope this Helps :) Good luck :)
Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another. This means that every single bit of DNA is the same between the two!
When you clone something you make a genetically identical copy of it.
Two Party System? Not for our Founders.The founding fathers wanted to create a government like they saw the Native Americans using as far as personal freedoms. This is seen in the Albany Plan of Union, written by Bejamin Franklin. They had other sources, and were also used to the Britsh Government, a Parlimentary constituional monarchy. In additions, they had some fears and problems of their own-- like slavery, and a fear of too much power in the hands of the government. One of their great fears was party politics. They repeatedly warned against political parties, as you can see in the Federalist Papers, and some of Washington's speaches.Obviously, if they opposed a two-party system, they would not have favored one. They did form parties, the Federalist, the Democratic-Republican, the Whig and various others. The Democrats didn't even form until Andrew Jackson ran for office. The Republicans waited until the 1840s. They later took care to create ballot access laws to keep Independent and third party candidates from competing.
No, they don't recognise themselves in mirrors, but when they do happen to see into a mirror they will usually bark, because they don't know that the dog in the mirror is them. they just think that it is another dog, so they bark at it or ignore it.
It is quite unccommon for a dog to see in a mirror though. i once picked up my dog and turned his face towards the mirror and he just looked for a second and then turned away and acted normal.
Dogs and MirrorsNo; they lack self-consciousness.
.WRONg WRONG WRONG my doy is currently goin crazy and has been for the last two hours we have hidden removable mirrors in another room and coverd all others he is currently trying to remove these, when we give him a mirror ,wich we did not do in the first place he found 1 in my daughters room on the wall ,he sits content and tapps the mirror and looks all round it he is currently exedingly agitated and destroying my room lookin for a mirror he knows where they should be and is climbing and scatching to get to 1 he is a 1 year old yorkie and he watches tv all the time to the point where i limit him to half hour a day on animal programs wich he has preferences for ie he cant stand elephants and tigers but horses and hippos r ok i am still reserching this as i don't want to let him sit in front of a mirror all night can anybody help
To answer 3, that is not sufficient information to say that they recognize themselves in the mirror. For all you know they could be interpreting it as another dog.
They do have nucleus because they need to control themselves to the heart and the other body parts.