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On Friday, March 3, 2006, a trademark application was filed for GEOGENETICS with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The USPTO has given the GEOGENETICS trademark a serial number of 78828819. The federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED – FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE as of Thursday, May 21, 2009. This trademark is owned by GeoGenetics Inc.. The GEOGENETICS trademark is filed in the Natural Agricultural Products and Computer & Software Services & Scientific Services categories with the following description:

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Additionally, the transcriptome could enable the reconstruction of the tempo, and strength, of up/down regulation of protein expression and its relation with phenotypic features, such as morphology, nutritional value, and even pathogen defense. Current analyses in maize leaf trancriptomics [9], for example, have shown that it is possible to exploit the continuous developmental gradient in one tissue to investigate spatial differentiation. Furthermore, modern transcriptomics has also proven relevant for a series of features in model organisms of major functional and evolutionary interest for domestic crops. This includes desiccation tolerance in seeds [10], storage protein transcripts [11], endosperm development and starch filling [12], and even seed dormancy and germination, as discussed by [13].

On Friday, March 3, 2006, a trademark application was filed for GEOGENETICS with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The USPTO has given the GEOGENETICS trademark a serial number of 78828819. The federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED – FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE as of Thursday, May 21, 2009. This trademark is owned by GeoGenetics Inc.. The GEOGENETICS trademark is filed in the Natural Agricultural Products and Computer & Software Services & Scientific Services categories with the following description:

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Kernels are one of the most relevant tissues for study in maize breeding and evolution: they contain the nutritional value, and are well-preserved tissues to study as ancient remains [8]. Hence, the characterization of RNA from ancient maize kernels would greatly complement and extend the scope of domestication studies, while unlike the genome, which is generally fixed for a cell line, the transcriptome can vary as a result of external environmental conditions. However, it is unclear whether transcripts appearing in ancient samples would reflect the true composition of transcripts when the plant was alive. Furthermore, the transcriptome reflects the genes, which are being actively expressed at any given time (excluding mutations), allowing the characterization of the functional evolution associated with domestication.