What Will Happen If You Clone Yourself?

Cloning is essentially the genetic reproduction of an organism similar to the original. Single cell organisms such as yeast and bacteria naturally produce clones from the stem cell by means of merging or subtraction.

While the cells of an individual body in animals and plants are actually clones that occur during the process of producing cells known as mitosis. Most countries prohibit cloning activities with 30 countries specifically prohibiting cloning for breeding purposes.

The first animal recorded in history as the first clone animal was the sheep, Dolly. To produce the Dolly, scientists took somatic cells from the sheep before injecting them into the egg cell that had released all of its DNA information.

According to scientists' observations, dogs are more difficult to clone than cats, and mice are more difficult to clone on the two previously described animals. And humans can be categorized into the same category but that's not impossible.

The clones produced are likely to have a different personality and appearance to their parent. Humans are not just based on their genetic code but are concerned with the personality, appearance and characteristics.

And remember, the cloning process is carried out on human babies. If they are lucky, they can grow up to adulthood but that's not an easy thing. This is because most of the clones born will face various health issues such as organ deficiency and poor immune system.

And in most cases of cloned animals, their cells decline much faster than normal animals. When applied to the context of the human clone, the human clone often suffers and dies at a young age.

Post a comment