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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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Once sterile cultures of sporophytes were established in vitro, the resulting clonally propagated sporophytes were acclimatized in the same system and maintained at ambient temperatures and lighting in the lab, as described above.
Variant proteins of Plasmodium vivax are not clonally expressed in natural infections.
Clonally derived epithelial cells differentiated into cytokeratin+ gland-like structures in three-dimensional cultures.
Basal expression-type TNBC were more clonally complex than nonbasal, in keeping with the observation that they have a higher mutational burden.
12,13) To our knowledge, however, there are few reliable studies investigating the ability of the BIOMED-2 primers to identify 2 cell populations with clonally rearranged immunoglobulin genes in the same specimen.
scientists struggled to control "rogue" dandelion species in the imported seed samples and had quantified the ability of the clonally reproducing rogues to take over their kok-saghyz plantings.
The studies have contributed to understanding sexual reproduction in nature and problems during meiotic conjugation and division which may be involved in the persistence of the clonally reproducing population in Michigan.
In primary systemic amyloidosis, clonally expanded plasma cells that are located in the bone marrow produce monoclonal immunuolobulin (Ig) light chains, and these light chains accumulate in the extracellular matrix of many organs, and later cause organ dysfunction.
The hybrid was a poor seeder so the company decided to reproduce it clonally via tissue culture.
Cancer is a clonally expanded single founder phenotypic cells resulted due to a various alterations in DNA in form of somatic mutations, epigenetic alterations including their increased ability to repair cross linked DNA.
Mostly it is due to pituitary adenomas, which arise clonally from inactivation of both alleles of the MEN-1 gene in a tumor precursor cell.
Outer membrane profiles of clonally related Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates from clinical samples and activities of cephalosporins and carbapenems.
Thus, a single genotype could live much longer than 20 years if clonally produced plants were successful.
Plants that reproduce clonally or are capable of self-pollinating have transferred more genes from the mitochondrion to the nucleus," explains researcher Yaniv Brandvain.
Since these two isolates were clonally identical as evidenced from the PFGE, these would have infected from a common source.