binary clone

binary clone (plural binary clones)

  1. (genetics) A composite organism created from the combination of DNA from two separate genetic sources, rather than one. Essentially, a binary clone is the naturally produced offspring with germ cells, or else artificially produced offspring of two individuals that has been created without using germ cells.

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