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Cloning: Past, Present, and the Exciting Future

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Description FASEB Breakthroughs in Bioscience article. "Cloning" examines the history of cloning, its successs with Dolly the sheep, and the future of this technique in medicine.
Type of Resource Journal Article/Issue
Format Portable Document Format - PDF
Technical Note Adobe Acrobat
Marie Di Berardino, Medical College of Pennsylvania-Hahnemann School of Medicine
Development Date December 1, 1999
Grade/Age Levels High School lower division (Grades 9-10)
High School upper division (Grades 11-12)
Undergraduate lower division (Grades 13-14)
General Public
Informal Education
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed by Partner Organization
Review Date January 18, 2007
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This resource can be used as a reference for historic events in Cell Biology. The disadvantage is the lack of year citation to the article. It can be used as a start point for an assignment where students would be asked to continue the list by deciding the important events that happened afterwards.

Lubna Abu-Niaaj, Central State University

I would give this a rating of "5" if it was more recent, but the information provided in the article is interesting and written at a level that is appropriate for 10-12. Students could use the format of this article to write "the rest of the story" summaries to update the article after researching the topics and current applications.
Mary Eldredge-Sandbo, United Public School District #7