Genetic material definition

Genetic material means any material of plant, animal, microbial or other origin containing functional units of heredity.
Genetic material means any material of plant origin, including reproductive and vegetative propagating material, containing functional units of heredity.
Genetic material means a nucleotide sequence, including DNA, RNA, and complementary and reverse complementary nucleotide sequences thereto, whether coding or noncoding and whether intact or a fragment.

Examples of Genetic material in a sentence

  • Genetic material “isolated” from nature by a technical process, should not be treated as a mere “product of nature” and should not be treated as patent ineligible for this reason alone.


More Definitions of Genetic material

Genetic material means sperm or ova provided by a genetic
Genetic material means all DNA (including DNA in and outside chromosomes) and RNA.
Genetic material means a nucleic acid, including DNA, RNA, and nucleic acid complementary and reverse complementary to such nucleotide sequences or nucleic acid, whether coding or noncoding and whether intact or a fragment.
Genetic material means the master cell bank of the E. coli strain expressing the recombinant uricase variant used in the Processing of the Bulk Product.
Genetic material means any material of plant origin, including reproductive and vegetative
Genetic material means a nucleotide sequence, including DNA, RNA and complementary and reverse complementary nucleotide sequences thereto, whether coding or noncoding and whether intact or a fragment. [ * ] = CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT, MARKED BY BRACKETS, HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO RULE 406 OF THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, AS AMENDED.
Genetic material means, with respect to any ZFP or Derivative, the nucleotide sequence encoding such ZFP or Derivative and all fragments of such gene sequence.