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    • Property is nothing more than persuasion 

      Merrigan, Kathleen A. (NABC, 1994)
      The U.S. system of intellectual property rights (IPR) may not make sense as it pertains to plants
    • Access to intellectual property in biotechnology: constraints on the research enterprise 

      Sederoff, Ronald; Meagher, Laura (NABC, 1994)
      Intellectual property rights (IPR) in biotechnology have a negative effect on the progress of non-profit research. Patent policy and law intend to facilitate research progress, but the current practice has led to barriers, ...
    • The impact of patents on plant breeding using biotechnology 

      Day, Peter R. (NABC, 1994)
      No matter what new gene a crop cultivar contains, unless its genetic background supports good agronomic performance it will be of no practical interest to growers and farmers. For this reason, a major part of the application ...
    • Gene ownership versus access: Meeting the needs 

      Tribble, Jack L. (NABC, 1994)
      The continued expansion of biomedical science and the discovery and development of unique highly specific therapeutics will depend on the availability of Research Tools to the academic, governmental and commercial research ...
    • Modem production agriculture 

      Lamola, Leanna M. (NABC, 1994)
      Intellectual property rights play a central role in identity-preserved systems because they allow rights holders to reduce investment risk, preserve the identity, and control the use of value-added factors. Production ...