The increasing economic importance of plant-related innovations has spawned a myriad of mechanisms for protecting them. Each of these mechanisms carries its own costs and benefits, and each has had a tremendous impact on the applied agricultural and agricultural biotechnology industries. As a result, businesses and entrepreneurs in the agricultural arts are now enabled to license internally developed plant-related inventions, but they are also at risk for infringing plant-related inventions owned by others.


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