Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A group of cultivated plants the different individuals of which are simply transplanted parts of the same seedling individual, the propagation being altogether by the use of vegetative parts, such as buds, grafts, cuttings, suckers, tubers, bulbs, etc. The various sorts of apples, potatoes, chrysanthemums, etc., known as varieties are, in a more restricted sense, clons.
- n. a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction
“Una persona de clase media o alta accede a una notebook de u$s2000 sin pagar tasas extras pero alguien que apenas puede pagar un clon de u$s500 para tener su primer PC debe pagar un 30% más.”
“Fortunately or unfortunately, the Roslin Institute has said that if the Raeli - ans ask to license its proprietary clon - ing technique (which they have not), it will refuse.”
“I do think it fit the Bond franchise in its current form i.e. trying to be the modernished bourne-ish clon of a series of films, so i controversial track fits that”
“I liked more her old style, now she looks like a clon of Beyonce with Britney.”
“July 5th, 2009 at 12: 06 am PDT kijiji it is clon of ebay? reply”
“Here are a list of derisory names I find acceptable: thrush limbaugh clon hannity”
“Aparte de lo ahí comentado también se ha añadido el clon USA del Top Skater (y quizás alguna cosilla mas que ya comentasemos en el tema WIP).”
“R.M.; Croteau, R.B.: Molecular clon - ing of a cytochrome P450 taxane 10b-hydroxylase cDNA from Taxus and functional expression in yeast.”
“Saw you at the Newport Beach, California tourney ... you are the best of the best, wish we could clon you ... no one like you out of the course and we miss your laughter ...”
“The CB antibody was highly specific mouse monoclonal (clon 300) , .”
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