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 from a single animal can be used to produce thousands of offspring around the world, for example, the U.S. bull JENNY-LOU MRSHL TOYSTORY-ET, born in 2011, has fathered 155,740 daughters in 28 countries.

Genetic material (mainly semen) from these gene banks is available for purchase under the same conditions as other semen sold from the same companies. Benefit sharing: PGA: Since 2009, Norway has given an annual contribution to the Benefit Sharing Fund (BSF) equal to 0.1 percent of seed distribution in Norway.

Genetic material is defined as any material of plant, animal, microbial or other origin containing functional units of heredity.

Genetic material is shared across organisms, kingdoms, and countries, so it is harder to claim it is owned by a particular country.

Project Viva can use Genetic material from mother and/or child for future studies.


More Definitions of Genetic material

Genetic material means all DNA (including without limitation DNA in and outside chromosomes) and RNA.
Genetic material means any germinal product that includes semen, oocytes and embryos intended for artificial reproduction and hatching eggs;”;
Genetic material means hatching eggs and animal semen, ova or embryos;
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 any semen, ovum or embryo of a horse;
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.