Video Questions for Discovery School’s The Clone Age Part One: 1. A ______ is an exact genetic duplicate produced in a lab. 2. A clone would have an exact copy of the original’s ______. 3. In ______, researchers cloned tadpoles. 4. A clone would have the same DNA, ______ ______, organ composition, and bone marrow as its original. 5. 1 out of every ______ people have a clone—better known as an identical twin. 6. ______ is the world’s most famous clone. 7. Dolly was cloned using a process called ______ ______. 8. Dr. Wilmut’s team figured out how to force a cell out of its normal ______ ______. 9. Transgenics creates an organism with genes from two different ______. 10. In the future, transgenic animals might be used to treat human diseases through proteins in their ______. 11. T/F The idea of creating a superhuman race is new. 12. As studies of twins have shown, both ______ and ______ play a role in shaping personalities. Part Two: 13. T/F For organs we have two of (like kidneys), a clone would be an ideal donor. 14. At the University of Bath, scientists have created a ______ tadpole. 15. Shortly after Dolly, President ______ took steps to temporarily ban human cloning. 16. A cloning lab could be equipped for as little as $______. 17. T/F Cloning could be used by couples who are infertile or have histories of genetic disorders. 18. ______ deteriorates as it ages, making it difficult to clone dinosaurs. 19. Cloning is worse than ______ because of the mutations acquired and lack of genetic variation. 20. How old was Dolly during the video? 1, 7, or undecided?