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Question 1: An example is the "Little ________" (Wasmannia auropunctata), which is native to Central and South America but has spread throughout many tropical environments.
InsectRed imported fire antPhoridaeFire ant

Question 2: Most recently, on May 15, 2005 it was announced that the Thylacine project would be revived, with new participation from researchers in ________ and Victoria.
New South WalesAustralian Capital TerritoryQueenslandTasmania

Question 3: Scientists speculated that Dolly's death in 2003 was related to the shortening of telomeres, DNA-protein complexes that protect the end of linear ________.
AutosomeKaryotypeChromosomal translocationChromosome

Question 4: At an early growth stage when colonies consist of only a few of cells, sterile ________ rings (cloning rings), which have been dipped in grease are placed over an individual colony and a small amount of trypsin is added.
PolystyrenePolycarbonatePlasticPolyvinyl chloride

Question 5: In the case of unicellular organisms such as bacteria and yeast, this process is remarkably simple and essentially only requires the ________ of the appropriate medium.
VaccineSmallpox vaccineInoculationVaccination

Question 6: There were early claims that ________ had pathologies resembling accelerated aging.
BantengCloningDolly (sheep)Domestic sheep

Question 7: [20] From the standpoint of classical ________, concerns also exist regarding the protection of the identity of the individual and the right to protect one's genetic identity.
LiberalismIsaiah BerlinClassical liberalismDemocracy

Question 8: ________: Tetra ( January 2000) from embryo splitting[8]
Barbary MacaqueAssam MacaqueRhesus MacaqueGelada

Question 9: It is optimally performed at the 6- to 8-cell stage, where it can be used as an expansion of ________ to increase the number of available embryos.
Assisted reproductive technologyArtificial inseminationIn vitro fertilisationPregnancy

Question 10: It is used in a wide array of biological experiments and practical applications ranging from ________ to large scale protein production.
Competence (law)Real evidenceDNA profilingExpert witness

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