Agricultural Biotechnology and Intellectual Property

Agricultural Biotechnology and Intellectual Property

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Scientists are becoming progressively more involved in developing methods for increasing agricultural productivity and designing plants with certain qualities. As such, genetic engineering has given plant breeders a means to exercise property rights over different varieties of plants. This has created many implications and given way to much controversy, with most objections being raised against the idea of owning life. With the use of comparative studies, this book discusses the legal, agribusiness and public policy issues that connect intellectual property protection with advancements in agricultural biotechnology.49a€“65. IFPRI (Wealthy Countriesa#39; Trade Policies Sap the Economies of Developing Nations) (2003) In: International Food Policy Research Institute. ... HIV%20AIDS%20Report.pdf Innovest Group (2005, January) Monsanto and genetic engineering: risks for investors. ... Available at: http://query. nytimes.com/ gst/abstract.html?res=F10C 1FFC3B550C728DDDA10894DB404482aamp; incamp= archive:searchanbsp;...


Title:Agricultural Biotechnology and Intellectual Property
Author: Jay P. Kesan
Publisher:CABI - 2007-01-01
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