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“applicant” means the breeder, who files an application for the grant of a breeder’s right according to Article 11. (...) For the purposes of this Regional Legal Framework: “breeder” means - the person who bred, or discovered and developed, a variety, - the person who is the employer of the aforementioned person or who has commissioned the latter’s work, or - the successor in title of the first or second aforementioned person, as the case may be; “breeder’s right” means the right of the breeder provided for in this Legal Framework; “Contracting State” means any State that has become party to this Legal Framework. (...) Article 26 Duration of the Breeder’s Right The breeder’s right shall be granted for a period of Twenty years 20 from the date of the grant of the breeder’s right.
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Score: 1336002.05 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR15_LEG_52.pdf
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Gray section: Aigeiros × Tacamahaca sex: - male originator: United States of America keeper: - country where cultivated: - breeder’s right: - note: shelterbelts epithet: ‘Assiniboine’ exp.code/synonym: - species: Populus L. (...) James section: - sex: - originator: - keeper: - country where cultivated: - breeder’s right: - note: shelterbelts, gardens, parks, driveways epithet: ‘Crows Nest’ * exp.code/synonym: - species: P. (...) Section: Tacamahaca sex: - originator: - keeper: - country where cultivated: - breeder’s right: - note: landscaping epithet: ‘Walker’* exp.code/synonym: - species: Populus L.
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Score: 1329526.3 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4267en/cb4267en.pdf
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The term “Breeder” shall mean the person who bred, or discovered and developed, a new plant variety. The term “Breeder’s Right” shall mean the right of the breeder provided for in this Law. (...) Cancellation of the Breeder’s Right The breeder’s right may be cancelled only in following cases: 1.
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Score: 1312099.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG35_LEG_1.pdf
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detail Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English العربية Share × Close FAO emergencies and resilience Our focus  Crises Partnerships Resource repository  News Publications Videos Audio Photo collection FAO in Syria improves smallholder breeders’ livestock production ©FAO Syria improves small breeders’ livestock production 03/03/2021 Livestock production is vital in the Syrian Arab Republic to sustain food availability. (...) FAO understands the many challenges that small-scale breeders face, and has responded by implementing an integrated intervention to boost breeders’ livelihoods. (...) “Once breeders, especially female breeders, own healthy cows and required small-scale equipment, they will be able to sustain their livelihoods and secure themselves with enough nutritious food,” he added.
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Score: 1311921 - https://www.fao.org/emergencie...eeders-livestock-production/en
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Article 27.3(b) of the TRIPS Agreement requires members to protect breeders’ rights either by patents or by an effective sui generis system or with a combination of both. (...) The author is in his last year of candidature at QUT Faculty of Law. 1. THE PLANT BREEDERS’ RIGHTS ACT 2016: SALIENT FEATURES Pakistan adopted the Plant Breeders’ Rights Act (PBRA) in December 2016 in order to comply with its obligations as a WTO member. (...) Pakistan’s seed law and regulation have a close relationship with Pakistan’s PVP legislation. 25 Plant Breeders’ Rights Act, No.32 of 2016, The Gazette of Pakistan, 8 December 2016. 26 ibid. 27 Plant Breeders’ Rights Act, No. 32(5) of 2016, The Gazette of Pakistan, 8 December 2016. 28 Plant Breeders’ Rights Act No. 25 of 2016, The Gazette of Pakistan, 8 December 2016.
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Score: 1301245.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_e/2018/chapter_10_2018_e.pdf
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The UPOV Convention provides the basis for UPOV members to encourage plant breeding by granting breeders of new plant varieties an intellectual property right: the breeder’s right. (...) The breeder’s right means that the authorization of the breeder is required to propagate the variety for commercial purposes. 5. (...) (d)(ii)). 14. In addition to the breeder’s exemption and the research exemption, the UPOV Convention contains a compulsory exception to the breeder’s right whereby the breeder’s right does not extend to acts done privately and for non-commercial purposes.
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Score: 1274984.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cs/CGRFA-WG-PGR-6-12_Inf-7.pdf
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 Don’t disturb adapted genome backgrounds  Genomic Selection for pre-breeding A genebank’s “users” Breeders CGIAR Breeders NARS Breeders universities Breeders small/medium companies Breeders large multi-nationals Plant classical & molecular biologists Genetic Resource researchers & students Agronomists Genebank and CGIAR managers Global Crop Diversity Trust ITPGRFA Treaty Governing Body & Stakeholders Civil society Future (is today’s) users “We are currently studying drought tolerance in wheat and we are investigating the PIP2 gene expressing the aquaporin water channel. (...) Demonstration Keys to the Gene Bank A treasure trove of yield-enhancing traits await crop breeders in the world‘s gene banks, but gaining access will require unprecedented ingenuity and collaboration among curators, geneticists, biotechnologists and breeders ACIAR Partners, October 2009 Predicted species richness under current climatic conditions Year Current Predicted species richness under future climatic conditions Year 2050 – Scenario SRES-A2a Genetic Resources ¿¿How can you help?? (...) The CGIAR In-Trust Collections Why don’t breeders use materials from genebanks? Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 A genebank’s “users” Future (is today’s) users GeneSys (www.global-alis.org) Keys to the Gene Bank Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Genetic Resources¿¿How can you help??
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Score: 1274045.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...lates/abdc/documents/payne.pdf
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Draft Plant Varieties Law DRAFT THE PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION LAW Podgorica, January 2006 2 I GENERAL PROVISIONS II CONDITION OF PROTECTION III VARIETY DENOMINATION IV PROCEDURE OF PROTECTION Application Right of Priority Examination of the Variety Decision to Grant the Right Objections V RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE RIGHT HOLDER Rights Obligations VI LICENSE VII TERMINATION OF THE BREEDER’S RIGHT VIII COSTS IX CIVIL LAW PROTECTION OF BREEDER I.E. (...) If the right of priority is exercised, the breeder must, in request which is filed to the competent authority claim the priority of the first application. (2) If two or more breeders have, independently, bred, discovered or developed a new variety, the right of priority shall be enjoyed by the breeder who was the first to file an application for variety protection to the State Union authority. (3) In order to be granted the right of priority, the applicant has to submit a proof of the day of priority to the State Union authority within 90 days from the filing date of the application. (4) If the State Union authority accepts the proof of the day of priority, the application shall be considered as submitted on the day of priority. 10 3. (...) Violation of breeder’s right is any unauthorized use of breeder’s right.
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Score: 1270929.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR17A1_LEG_2.pdf
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Draft Plant Varieties Law DRAFT THE PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION LAW Podgorica, January 2006 2 I GENERAL PROVISIONS II CONDITION OF PROTECTION III VARIETY DENOMINATION IV PROCEDURE OF PROTECTION Application Right of Priority Examination of the Variety Decision to Grant the Right Objections V RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE RIGHT HOLDER Rights Obligations VI LICENSE VII TERMINATION OF THE BREEDER’S RIGHT VIII COSTS IX CIVIL LAW PROTECTION OF BREEDER I.E. (...) If the right of priority is exercised, the breeder must, in request which is filed to the competent authority claim the priority of the first application. (2) If two or more breeders have, independently, bred, discovered or developed a new variety, the right of priority shall be enjoyed by the breeder who was the first to file an application for variety protection to the State Union authority. (3) In order to be granted the right of priority, the applicant has to submit a proof of the day of priority to the State Union authority within 90 days from the filing date of the application. (4) If the State Union authority accepts the proof of the day of priority, the application shall be considered as submitted on the day of priority. 10 3. (...) Violation of breeder’s right is any unauthorized use of breeder’s right.
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Score: 1270929.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A1_LEG_11.pdf
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CIMMYT started using drones in 2013, and to date UAVs are used in maize breeding in Eastern and Southern Africa, Latin America and Asia. Drones and Plant Breeders In a similar report the use of drones will continue to augument for plant breeders. (...) Maize breeders reaping benefits of using drones . News article. (...) Drones are what's next for plant breeders . News article Why drones are valuable tools for Plant Breeders Topics:  drones extensionists farmers Post your comment Log in or register to post comments Sign in to the e-Agriculture platform Username * Password * Lost password?
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Score: 1267975.5 - https://www.fao.org/e-agricult...ollection-crop-breeding-africa
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