Gallery: Scientists Clone Elm Trees to Protect Them from Extinction


Canadian scientists have discovered a way to clone elm trees, which for decades, have have fallen victim to the deadly Dutch elm disease. It is believed that their findings could become a model to preserve, and successfully grow, thousands of endangered plants around the globe.

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  1. User1 January 25, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    So we are really talking about genetic engineering when we are talking about cloning. As long as we keep this kind of work away from our food.

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