to create several identical copies of (a DNA sequence).
to generate or propagate (an organism) from a clone cell: clone a sheep.
To reproduce or propagate asexually: clone a plant variety.
to make a copy of; imitate closely: "the design is cloned into cliché” ( Cathleen McGuigan).
to help make a clone from; to help make identical copies of an organism by a non-sexual procedure of reproduction.
to develop colonies of a microorganism by distributing a suspension associated with microorganism onto an excellent growth medium (like in a Petri dish), at a concentration such that specific colonies will grow from single cells adequately well-separated off their colonies in order for pure countries derived from an individual system is separated.
to help make large volumes of a segment of DNA by inserting it, utilizing biochemical techniques, to the DNA of a microorganism, and developing that microorganism in large numbers.