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Intellectual property rights: implications for the canola sector and publicly funded research

Intellectual property rights: implications for the canola sector and publicly funded research

Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 48(2): 175-194

This paper reviews various vehicles to protect intellectual property in Canada including Plant Breeders' Rights and reviews changes in inventive activity and research in the rape sector. The experience to date, following implementation of the Canadian Plant Breeders' Rights Act, indicates that for crop agriculture, the majority of plant protection certificates were granted to rape, followed by potato and soyabean.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7976.2000.tb00273.x

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