clone

/klōn/

Biology
noun: clone
plural noun: clones

an organism or cell, or group of organisms or cells, produced asexually from one ancestor or stock, to which they are genetically identical.

  • a person or thing regarded as identical to another.
  • a computer designed to simulate exactly the operation of another, typically more expensive, model.

verb: clone
3rd person present: clones
past tense: cloned
past participle: cloned
gerund or present participle: cloning

propagate (an organism or cell) as a clone.

  • make an identical copy of.
  • Biochemistry
    replicate (a fragment of DNA placed in an organism) so that there is enough to analyze or use in protein production.
  • illegally copy the security codes from (a mobile phone) to one or more others as a way of obtaining free calls.
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