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Ownership and protection of plant material

, : Ownership and protection of plant material. Documents de Travail du CIRAD CA ( 4): 199 pp.

The work is divided into 4 parts (each with its own bibliography), dealing with: different systems of protection for intellectual property; biotechnologies; the international and national contexts; and protection as concerns systems of obtaining plant material and legislation. The first part covers literary and artistic property and industrial property. The second has sections on transgenic plants and bioethics.

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