Cloning is the method of obtaining several identical organisms by sexless (including vegetative) multiplication. In this way, many species of plants and animals have multiplied for millions of years.
However, the term cloning is now commonly used in a narrower sense and means copying cells, genes, antibodies and even multi-cell organisms in laboratory conditions. The non-semi-semi-propelled copies are genetically identical, but they can also be seen with heinous variability due to accidental mutations or artificial laboratory methods.
With the development of science, the notions of genetic engineering, cloning have been included. First, it was a fascinating journey where a man could fantasize, create the possibilities that would open this direction of science. It is the healing of all diseases and the change of the vegetation and animal world. In recent years, when progress has been made in this area, the first results have emerged, people have suddenly thought that not everything is so simple and beautiful. Thought and... scared. There are many beliefs and myths that highlight this phenomenon. The precise information on recent achievements is carefully classified, so the rumours feed people. Both the myths of cloned and genetically modified animals and the fiction of artificially modified plants have been distributed.
Well, we'll try to figure out what's right and what's a fiction. Of course, most of the allegations are true for civilized peace and countries. Actions in underground laboratories in the third world are not subject to control and explanation, but they are limited in scope, as the strength of public programmes is difficult to compare.
Genetic engineering technology can only help people. In fact, huge money is invested in the use of these technologies for animals. In the United States, more than 100 licences have been issued for genetic engineering for animals. These are mainly biopreparates, vaccines and diagnostic tools. Money is constantly invested in this area, and research costs over $400 million annually. In fact, around $18 billion is spent every year on animal treatment and health care, of which nearly 3 billion are biotechnology products.