Misappropriation and Patenting of Traditional Ethnobotanical Knowledge and Genetic Resources
sustainability, biodiversity, bioprospecting, biopiracy, patentability, World Trade Organization (WTO), United Nations, domestic law, patent law, benefit sharing, digital databases, disclosure of origin, prior informed consent
Four-fifths of all pharmaceuticals have been developed from natural plant resources, and native plant resources similarly play a significant role in the development of new and improved crops.
Gubarev, M. V. (2021). Misappropriation and Patenting of Traditional Ethnobotanical Knowledge and Genetic Resources. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 8(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol8/iss1/4
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