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Cloning Colly- A body cell was removed from sheep #1 and the nucleus and its DNA was removed from the body cell. An egg (gamete) was removed from sheep #4 and its nucleus from the egg was discarded. The nucleus and its DNA from sheep 1 is inserted into the egg of sheep 4 and stimulated to grow. The resulting diploid cell mass is inserted into the uterus of sheep #9. Sheep #9 gives birth to Dolly? Which sheep is Dolly a clone of/

I know the answer is sheep number 1 but I'm not sure how to explain why it is sheep number one and why it isn't sheep #4 or #9...please help

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  1. its actually cloning Dolly

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  2. It is clonnig dolly

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