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International Plant Protection Convention

Plants and politics: The international legal regime concerning biotechnology and biodiversity

Author: Bosselmann K.

In: Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy | Vol. 7(1); 111 - 148; 38 p.

Publisher: The University Press of Colorado | Niwot, CO, USA | 1996

Literature | International

Keyword: Biodiversity, Biotechnology, Management/conservation, Intellectual property rights/patents, Wild flora

Source: IUCN (ID: ANA-057923)

UPOV: Getting a free TRIP s ride?

Author: GRAIN

In: Seedling | Vol. 13(2); 23 - 30; 8 p.

Publisher: GRAIN - Genetic Resources Action International | Barcelona, Spain | 1996

Literature | International

Keyword: Management/conservation, Intellectual property rights/patents, Wild flora

Source: IUCN (ID: ANA-058105)

The non-patentability of plant varieties. The decision of Technical Board of Appeal 3.3.4 of February 21, 1995-T 356/93

Author: Lange P.

Publisher: International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) | Geneva, Switzerland | 1997

Literature | International | European Union

Keyword: Biotechnology, Management/conservation, Intellectual property rights/patents, Wild flora

Source: IUCN (ID: MON-061928)

International trade and plant protection issues: Examples of plant quarantine law of the Russian Federation

Author: Kireeva I., Black R.

In: Journal of World Trade | Vol. 44(3); 591-609; 19 p.

Publisher: Kluwer Law International | Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands | 2010

Literature | Russian Federation

Keyword: Plant protection, International trade

Source: IUCN (ID: ANA-083866)