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الإنجليزية - التركية
(fiil) çoğaltmak (eşeysiz)
(Tıp) kopya

Ordu yakışıklı, atletik adamın yüzlerce kopyasını klonlamaya karar verdi. - The army decided to clone hundreds of copies of the handsome, athletic man.

(Tıp) oba
çoğaltmak eşeysiz
klonlamak
(Bilgisayar) kopyala
klon

Minetest, Minecraft'ın bir klonudur. - Minetest is a clone of Minecraft.

Ordu yakışıklı, atletik adamın yüzlerce kopyasını klonlamaya karar verdi. - The army decided to clone hundreds of copies of the handsome, athletic man.

{i} eşeysiz çoğalan bireyler
{f} çoğaltmak (eşeysiz)
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clone settings
Kopya Ayarları
cloning
Kopyalama

Kopyalama hakkında ne biliyorsun? - What do you know about cloning?

cloned
klonlanmış
cloning
(Denizbilim) soykümeleme
cloning
(Tıp) klonlama

Amcası insan klonlama gelişimini onayladı. - His uncle approved the development of human cloning.

İnsanları klonlamak ciddi etik sorunlara neden olur. - Cloning people raises serious ethical problems.

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Eşlenkleme
cloning
Eşlenikleme Ayarları
التركية - التركية

تعريف clone في التركية التركية القاموس.

cloning
Görüntünün bir bölümünü başka bir görüntüye ya da aynı görüntünün farklı bir alanına kopyalama işlemi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To create a clone
A copy or imitation of something already existing, especially when designed to simulate it
A group of identical cells derived from a single cell
A living organism (originally a plant) produced asexually from a single ancestor, to which it is genetically identical
A clone is an animal or plant that has been produced artificially, for example in a laboratory, from the cells of another animal or plant. A clone is exactly the same as the original animal or plant
To make a specified folder on the host or remote computer identical to a specified folder on another computer Any files in the source folder are copied to the destination folder Files that are in the destination folder and that are not in the source folder are deleted from the disk Also see synchronize
make multiple identical copies of; "people can clone a sheep nowadays"
a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction
an identical twin of another cell or animal, with the same genetic intstructions (DNA) Nowadays, this term is sometimes used to refer to mass produced copies of a DNA strand, as in cloned DNA
A genetically identical duplicate of an organism
An exact copy made of biological material such as a DNA segment (a gene or other region), a whole cell, or a complete organism An individual formed by some asexual process so that it is genetically identical to its parent
1 A segment of DNA contained within a cloning vector 2 An organism derived from a founding individual by asexual means that is genetically identical to the founding individual
A collection of genetically identical copies of a cell, gene or organism reproduced asexually from a common ancestor The clone is genetically identical to the parent
a clone is a population of cells all derived from a single progenitor cells
a group of individuals propagated vegetatively from a single individual of seedling origin (Barnes 1966 in Jones 1985) Individuals in a clone are genetically the same plant
A line of cells, all of which have arisen from the same single cell by mitotic division; one of a population of individuals derived by asexual reproduction from a single ancestor; one of a population of genetically identical individuals (Greek, klon, twig)
{f} create offspring through asexual reproduction; create many identical copies of (sheep for example); grow as a clone
A cell or collection of cells containing identical genetic material Clones are produced from a single parent cell
Exact genetic replica of a single unit of the genetic information in the form of DNA (e g , gene) or of an entire cell or organism
A clone is a genetically identical group of plants derived and maintained from one individual by vegetative propagation
A group of genetically identical cells or organisms asexually descended from a common ancestor
an unauthorized copy or imitation
a person who is almost identical to another
A population of genetically identical cells or organisms; in molecular biology, a copied fragment of DNA, maintained in circular form, identical to the template from which it is derived
Population of identical cells or molecules (e g DNA), derived from a single ancestor
Refers to a genetically identical individual
{i} offspring which is produced by asexual reproduction; person who is nearly identical to another person; thing that imitates or is almost identical to another (in its function, appearance or performance); program or hardware which simulates an original product (Computers)
To clone an animal or plant means to produce it as a clone. The idea of cloning extinct life forms still belongs to science fiction. Population of genetically identical cells or organisms that originated from a single cell or organism by nonsexual methods. Cloning is fundamental to most living things, since the body cells of plants and animals are clones that come ultimately from a single fertilized egg. More narrowly, the term refers to an individual organism grown from a single body cell of its parent that is genetically identical to the parent. Cloning has been commonplace in horticulture since ancient times; many varieties of plants are cloned simply by obtaining cuttings of their leaves, stems, or roots and replanting them. The body cells of adult humans and other animals are routinely cultured as clones in the laboratory. Entire frogs and mice have been successfully cloned from embryonic cells. British researchers led by Ian Wilmut achieved the first success in cloning an adult mammal in 1996. Having already produced clones from sheep embryos, they were able to produce a lamb (Dolly) using DNA from an adult sheep. The practical applications of cloning are economically promising but philosophically unsettling
(n ) A group of genetically identical cells or organisms descended from a single common ancestor; (v ) to reproduce multiple identical copies
(n )A group of genetically identical cells or organisms descended from a single common ancestor; (v ) to reproduce multiple identical copies
Clone is the term used for any physical piece of DNA that has been localized to a particular region of a chromosome A prime clone is any piece of DNA that is available from the ATCC; these are mostly the Olson-Riles set of cosmid and lambda clones, as well as many of the cosmid and lambda clones sequenced by the systematic sequencing groups All clones appear on the physical map display for the chromosome on which they reside as a green line indicating the relative length of the clone
a group of identical genes, cells, or organisms derived from a single ancestor
a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction make multiple identical copies of; "people can clone a sheep nowadays
(1) A group of genetically similar plants that have originated by vegetative asexual reproduction from a single parent
an individual genetically identical to the parent organism, created by the splitting off or budding of cells from the parent organism
An individual produced asexually from the tissues, cells, or genome of another individual A clone is genetically identical to the individual from which it was derived
a group of genetically identical individual plants produced by asexual propagation
If someone or something is a clone of another person or thing, they are so similar to this person or thing that they seem to be exactly the same as them. Designers are mistaken if they believe we all want to be supermodel clones
clone town
A town whose major shopping areas are dominated by chain stores at the expense of local diversity
clone towns
plural form of clone town
clonal
pertaining to asexual reproduction
clonal
being created by asexual reproduction
cloning
Present participle of clone
cloning
The production of an exact copy of an object
clonal
{s} of or pertaining to a clone
clonal
of or relating to a clone
cloned
{s} asexually reproduced or generated; copied exactly
cloned
past of clone
clones
A clone is usually a user connected multiple times to an IRC network under the same host Generally speaking, they are not allowed
clones
Vegetatively propagated plants that do not differ in their genetic composition
clones
plural of clone
clones
Individuals that are genetically identical are called clones This is the result of reproduction without flowers and seeds Aspen is a great example of a tree species that occurs in clones [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
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Machintosh computers made by companies other than Apple - which have licensed the technology for a legitimate product
clones
Generation of cells or whole organisms (clones), which are genotypically identical The initial cell originates, for example, from an early embryonic stage, which eventually leads to intense discussions within society
clones
A group of cells derived from a single ancestor
clones
A set of alternatives, X[1], X[2], X[m] is a clone set provided that for every alternative Z, where Z is not one of X[1], X[m], the following is true: Every ballot that ranks Z higher than one of X[1] X[m] ranks Z higher than all of them   Every ballot that ranks Z lower than one of them, ranks Z lower than all of them   No ballot ranks Z equal to any of them As well, there must be at least one alternative outside the set of clones, and at least two alternatives in the set of clones
clones
a family of cells, or organisms, which are all identical to a single parent They are produced by asexual reproduction When a B lymphocytes has recognised a foreign antigen, it provides millions of identical daughter cells in order to produce the specific antibodies in large quantities
cloning
The isolation and artificial multiplication of DNA The repeated multiplication or reproduction of genetically identical cells or organisms
cloning
A wireless phone programmed with stolen or duplicated electronic serial and mobile identification numbers At the urging of the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, President Clinton signed into law in April of 1998 the Wireless Telephone Protection Act (PL 105-172) The legislation amends the Federal criminal code to prohibit knowingly using, producing, trafficking in, having control or custody of, or possessing hardware or software knowing that it has been configured to insert or modify telecommunication identifying information associated with or contained in a telecommunications instrument so that such instrument may be used to obtain telecommunications service without authorization
cloning
Creating a group of genetically identical cells from a single ancestor
cloning
A wireless phone programmed with stolen or duplicated electronic serial and mobile identification numbers (Back to top )
cloning
a general term for the research activity that creates a copy of some biological entity (a gene or organism or cell)
cloning
The production of a cloned embryo by transplanting the nucleus of a somatic cell into an ovum
cloning
A form of asexual reproduction in which the genome from a cell of an individual is used to form another genetically identical individual
cloning
the act of creating genetically identical cells, tissues, or organisms through the asexual division of genetic material Submitted by Amy Franzen, [email protected] msu edu
cloning
the process of asexual reproduction in an otherwise multicellular organism
cloning
Generation of genetically-identical cells
cloning
Simply stated a clone is a duplicate or copy In the field of molecular genetics, cloning refers to a process whereby individual genes are asexually replicated in microbial culture When it comes to animals, the aim of cloning is to develop genetically identical individuals This can be achieved by embryonic cloning, e g where a fertilized egg at a very early stage of the embryonic phase is divided into two or more parts, resulting in two or more completely identical individuals Somatic cloning is a new technique whereby identical copies of individuals are created from cells from adult animals The sheep Dolly was created using this technique
cloning
the generation of a cell or organism that is genetically identical to another cell or organism In molecular biology, cloning refers to the act of isolating a piece of DNA from an organism and inserting it into another DNA molecule (vector) that is capable of replicating in bacteria or other cell-types The vector containing the inserted piece (SNP consortium)
cloning
Producing large numbers of identical cells or organisms from a single ancestor Taking cuttings of a plant is a common form of cloning
cloning
retouching function on a color imaging system used to remove image defects by replacing pixels in the defective area with duplicate pixels from adjacent non-defective areas
cloning
A technique that uses image data from either another area of an image or another image file The image data is picked up from a source of an image and the transferred to a new destination This is applied using the Photoshop Clone Stam tool
cloning
{i} creation of offspring through asexual reproduction
cloning
Producing a cell line or culture all of whose members contain identical copies of a particular nucleotide sequence; an essential element in genetic engineering, cloning is usually carried out by inserting the desired gene into a virus or plasmid, infecting a cell culture with the hybrid virus, and selecting for culture a cell that has taken up the gene
cloning
The mitotic division of a progenitor cell to give rise to a population of identical daughter cells or clones (See Directional cloning, Megabase cloning, Molecular cloning, Subcloning )
cloning
– Using the DNA of one organism to make another that shres the same genes
cloning
The process of asexually producing a group of cells (clones), all genetically identical, from a single ancestor In recombinant DNA technology, the use of DNA manipulation procedures to produce multiple copies of a single gene or segment of DNA is referred to as cloning DNA
cloning
Reproducing without combining genetic material from the mother and father
cloning
Using specialized DNA technology to produce multiple, exact copies of a single gene or other segment of DNA to obtain enough material for further study This process, used by researchers in the Human Genome Project, is referred to as cloning DNA   The resulting cloned (copied) collections of DNA molecules are called clone libraries A second type of cloning exploits the natural process of cell division to make many copies of an entire cell The genetic makeup of these cloned cells, called a cell line, is identical to the original cell A third type of cloning produces complete, genetically identical animals such as the famous Scottish sheep, Dolly   See also: cloning vector
cloning
The process of making genetically identical copies
cloning
The regeneration of many copies of a DNA molecule (e g , a recombinant DNA molecule) by replication in a suitable host
cloning
Means of isolating particular parts of the genome in small fragments of DNA and making copies of and studying the sequence in another organism Can also mean the process of producing by nonsexual means an identical copy of an organisms Examples could i
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