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|clone||n: a plant or animal whose genetic information is identical to that of a parent organism from which it was created; an unauthorized copy or imitation|
|reproductive||adj: connected with the process of reproduction; relating to reproducing babies, young animals, or plants|
|nuclear||adj: of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom; deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy|
|genetic||adj: of or relating to genes (= parts of the DNA in cells) or the science of genes|
|identical||adj: being the exact same one|
|twin||n: either of two children born at the same time from the same mother|
|rear||adj: at, toward, or near the back part of something; (verb) to look after a child until it is an adult|
|institute||n: an organization that has a specific purpose, particularly one dealing with science, education, or a particular profession; (verb) to initiate, introduce, or establish something|
|donor||n: a person or an organization that makes a gift of money, food, supplies, etc. to a cause or fund; in medicine, a person who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person|
|fertilize||v: to cause an egg, female animal, or plant to develop by joining sperm from the male with them; to add a natural or chemical substance to land to make plants grow well|
|mammary||adj: of or relating to the breasts or milk-secreting organs|
|gland||n: a group of cells in an animal’s body that produce substances needed by the body and release them through ducts or directly into the bloodstream|
|ewe||n: a female sheep, especially a fully grown one|
|shock||n: a strong feeling or physical reaction to a sudden and unexpected event or experience, especially something unpleasant|
|divide||v: to separate or cause to separate into parts or groups|
|embryo||n: an animal organism in the early stages of growth, either in its mother’s womb or in an egg, or a plant that is developing in a seed|
|astound||v: to surprise or shock someone with wonder very much|
|liver||n: a large organ in the body, involved in many metabolic processes, such as detoxification of the organism, and the synthesis of proteins|
|extract||n: a short passage taken from a book, piece of music, etc.; a substance obtained from something through a specific process; (verb) to obtain from something or to remove something by effort or force|
|reprogram||v: to modify or recreate a program|
|telomere||n: a structure that protects the terminal regions of chromosome|
|strand||n: a very thin natural or synthetic thread, wire, hair, etc.; (verb) to leave or drive a vessel, fish, etc., aground or ashore|
|chromosome||n: a long and string-like DNA molecule containing the part or all of the genetic material of an organism that controls what an animal or plant is like|
|structure||n: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts|
|gene||n: the fundamental unit of heredity and the sequence of nucleotides in DNA that codes for the creation of RNA or protein.|
|lamb||n: a young sheep; the flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food|
|norm||n: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard|
|euthanize||v: to put a sick, injured, or very old animal to death humanely|
|lung||n: either of the two organs in the chest that people and some animals use for breathing|
|crippling||adj: causing someone to become unable to walk or move; causing severe damage or harm|
|arthritis||n: inflammation of one or more joints of the body, which include pain and stiffness|
|addition||n: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers|
|cattle||n: cows, bulls, and buffalos that are raised for their milk or meat as farm animals|
|reconstruct||v: to build or form something again that has been damaged or destroyed|
|survive||v: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period|
|unsuccessful||adj: failing to accomplish an intended result or having an unfavorable outcome; not successful|
|attempt||n: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult|
|largely||adv: virtually entirely; to a large degree|
|unreported||adj: not told to someone in authority or the public|
|breed||v: to keep animals for producing offspring in a regulated manner|
|old-fashioned||adj: of or relating to a time in the past; not modern|
|experiment||n: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge|
|terminate||v: to bring to an end or stop|