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a person who is almost identical to another

a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction

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an unauthorized copy or imitation

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make multiple identical copies of

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The discovery has led to the development of a simple, leaf-based test that can predict the mantling phenotype at a stage before clonal palms are planted in the field, years before the mantling phenotype would normally appear.
Project name : Maintenance of Eucalyptus clonal and misc plantatin at Sujaladhara and mini sand stowing plant of GDK 5 incline during 201516
The efficient mechanisms of the immune systems such as clonal selection, learning and memory capabilities enable it to protect the human body.
Systemic mastocytosis with associated clonal hematological non-mast-cell lineage disease: analysis of clinicopathologic features and activating c-kit mutations.
The null hypothesis was that the genotype isolated from each clinical case has an equal probability of being from each of the genetic lineages (for 5-locus analysis, from 1 of the observed clonal complexes or singletons; for 3-locus analysis, the same genotype) from the environment ([p.
The ability of the test to diagnose 2 clonal proliferations in the same sample is essential in this type of situation because the positive clonal result may be a consequence of MBL, but it could be interpreted as evidence of a different, possibly more aggressive, lymphoproliferative disorder.
Furthermore, they showed that reconstructing the tumor clonal architectures by localizing aberrations in the root of the phylogenetic tree might bring substantial insights that could contribute to improving therapeutic approaches, if these "root" events can be targeted.
coli isolates that, based on DNA fingerprinting, they could not assign to any of the 6 clonal groups.
The MRSA strain was found to belong to the genetic lineage clonal complex 130, which has previously been associated with methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus, or MSSA, from cows and other animals but not humans, suggesting thatthe new MRSA originated in animals.
Washington, July 29 (ANI): Fossil records of organisms in the Caribbean Sea show that if a species could shift from clonal to sexual reproduction, it can survive extinction, which suggests that environmental change eventually drives evolutionary change.
They review research into the clonal expansion of a single, normal or mutated stem cell in order to bring new insights into both the biology of the gastrointestinal tract and tumorigenesis in the intestine.
The two clonal subpopulations of oppossum kidney (OK) cells, OK-H, and TN-H, were derived from the parental OK cell line.
Telling the two types of embryos apart--those of clonal seed and those of sexual seed--is difficult.
Seborrheic keratosis is considered to represent a clonal expansion, so the lesion qualifies as a neoplasm.