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Intellectual property rights: protection of plant materials public research agendas



Intellectual property rights: protection of plant materials public research agendas



Intellectual property rights: protection of plant materials Proceedings of a workshop, 26-28 January 1993, Washington, DC, USA: 127-130



The general policy of patenting inventions for reward is well meaning in concept, but in the area of intellectual property rights (IPR) disadvantages as well as advantages accrue. Two major disadvantages are the restriction of information flow among plant scientists and a decrease in the exchange, or an increase in the cost, of germplasm. These apply equally in the USA and internationally.

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