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  • A way of cloning plants beginning with m. (16)
  • Circles of DNA found in bacterium. (8)
  • The gene therapy that involves changing the genes of the gametes or early embryo. (4, 4)
  • The idea of changing a person's genes in order to cure genetic disease. (4, 7)
  • The name of the process of which genes are inserted into animals to prevent organ rejection if used for transplants into people. (19)
  • The type of cell therapy in which the genes are inserted into the cells of the adult where they are needed. (7)
  • The type of cells present in the early embryo. They can develop into any type of cell. (10)
  • The type of cloning that could be used to produce identical copies of endangered animals, animals with desired characteristics or even embryos for infertile human couples. (12)
  • The type of culture that takes place in a open fermenter. (10)
  • The use of organisms and biological processes to supply nutrients, other substances and services to meet human needs. (13)

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