Cloning In The Late 1800s

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In the late 1800s scientist, Herbert John Webber introduced the uncertain topic of cloning. He suggested that “clons[sic]” were the groups of plants that were created with any form of vegetative process, in which all of the offspring came from the same individual. This term was viewed as fact and was later adopted into the word “clone” by Charles Louis Pollard.
Defining Cloning. Depending upon the use of the word ‘clone’, or any technical term related to the word, there are a vast number of meanings, but many scientists have agreed upon one, broad definition. “Cloning is the process of creating a cell, tissue line, or even a complete organism from the cell,” (Maienschein 423).
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