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Define please, which articles should be put in the chosen places. Put a, an, the
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the scientific legacy of the cloned sheep named Dolly. there is explained the process of cloning
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2 minutes 24 seconds
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5/31/2020
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1. Fill the gap.
sheep was a sensation.
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When she first appeared beforeworld, a scientific breakthrough fascinating.
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But also menacing Dolly was cloned by takingbody cell from sheep,
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Be this fused cell developed intoembryo, which was placed in the uterus of a surrogate mother sheep.
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these were Dolly's, so - called siblings, identical sisters, all cloned from the same sheep.
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It wasstep change in our understanding of early development,
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These are self cells that belong tobody to become embryonic like cells.
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this was Dolly's greatest legacy advances in what we callstem cell research,
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If we can clonesheep,
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Butscientists have also recoiled from using these technologies on humans,
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You're you're you're doinggenetic manipulation on or potentially cloning, but it would affect all the generations ahead.
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So Dolly's brave new world has not quite turned out as predictedsheep created like none before her.
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