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Problems in the commercialization of Bt cotton 18 varieties or hybrids officially registered more than 100 “Bt cotton” varieties available in the seed market: real seeds with different name; fake seeds w ith real name. cotton farmers are suffered from fake seeds
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Concluding remarks I The legal system for IPR protection is established i n China, but need to be improved Plant biotech IPR protection mainly through patent Patent application on genetic engineering is domina ted by foreign companies, but domestic application surpassed in recent years Agriculture related patent application is increasing, but still dominated by pharmaceuticals
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Concluding remarks 2 Great progress in non-transgenic plants for PVP: h ybrid rice and corn Many problems faced in the implementation of IPR protection, the system need to be improved or justifi ed Bt cotton has significant social/economic impact, is a good example of plant biotech benefits to the socie ty and people
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Thank you for your attention! Thanks for your attention!
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Further information on IPRs Agriculture: Agri., forestry, livestock, breed aquati cs; products and method. Methodology: (1)searching from CPO data base (2) key words: recombination; gene; DNA; RNA; plasm ids etc.
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PVP New variety: novelty; distinctness; uniformity; sta bility.
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Protected botanical genera and species of plants (MOA) The first batch issued on June 16, 1999 rice, maize, Chinese cabbage, potato, spring orch ids, chrysanthemum, Pink( 石竹) , clover, grass (早熟禾) The second batch issued on March 3, 2000 wheat, soybean, oil rape, peanut, tomato, cucumb er, chili, pear, dock( 酸模)
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Protected botanical genera and species of plants (MOA) The third batch issued on Feb. 26, 2001 orchids, lily, bird of paradise, sealavender (补血 草) The fourth batch issued on Jan. 4, 2002 sweet potato, millet, peach, Litchi, water melon, cabbage, radish The fifth batch issued on July 14, 2003 broomcorn, barley, ramie (苎麻) , apple, citrus, banana, kiwifruit, grape, plum, eggplant
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Total planting areas of major crops (2002) rice: 28.8 million ha wheat: 24.7 million ha corn: 24.3 million ha soybean: 9.5 million ha potato/sweet potato: 10.2 million ha cotton: 4.8 million ha
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Seed Law License policy Hybrid seeds and parent seeds examined by Agri. /f orestry administration at county level, and approve d by provincial administrations Article 27: farmer can sale or exchange extra seeds on free market w/o license
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