PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OF GENETIC RESOURCES OF BIODIVERSITY vis-à-vis FARMERS RIGHTS IN INDIA

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Sabat

Abstract


The knowledge system and the human intellect accelerated for more and more creativity and innovations with huge investments in ‘Research and Development’. Every innovation involves committed effort and consistent expense. Thus for the fruits of labour men look for the protection of his rights of innovation. The developments in the field of plant breeding are of recent developments which have led to wide spread piracy of genetic resources.


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