Participatory plant breeding and property rights
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Participatory plant breeding and property rights.2001. In: An exchange of experiences from South and South East Asia: Proceedings of the international symposium on Participatory plant breeding and participatory plant genetic resources enhancement, Pokhara, Nepal, 1-5 May 2000 . Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), Participatory Research and Gender Analysis (PRGA), Program Coordination Office, Cali, CO. p. 373-379.
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Participatory plant-breeding (PPB) efforts have proliferated within the last 10 years; however, other key aspects have yet to be explored, As in many other fields, the property rights and ethical issues of participatory plant breeding are lagging far behind technical advances, The urgency to define property-rights issues for PPB arises al an opportune time, This paper introduces incipient work (including development of a state-of-the-art paper) on property rights (Le., legal ¡issues, best-practice options to guide field programs, and ethical concerts in PPB work) and participatory plant breeding, Steps for development of the state-of-the-art paper and the types and issues lo be covered are listed.
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