International library of environmental, agricultural, and food ethics ; v. 11.
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ch. 1. Introduction to the challenge of access and benefit sharing / Peter W.B. Phillips and Chika B. Onwuekwe ch. 2. Ideology of the commons and property rights : who owns plant genetic resources and the associated traditional knowledge / Chika B. Onwuekwe ch. 3. Farmers' privilege and patented seeds / Peter W.B. Phillips ch. 4. Traditional knowledge and benefit sharing : from compensation to transaction / David Castle and E. Richard Gold ch. 5. Biological resources, intellectual property rights and international human rights : impacts on indigenous and local communities / Donna Craig ch. 6. Lost in translation? The rhetoric of protecting indigenous peoples' knowledge in international law and the omnipresent reality of biopiracy / Ikechi Mgbeoji ch. 7. Liability principles and their impact on access and benefits sharing / Lara Khoury ch. 8. Beyond the rhetoric : population genetics and benefit-sharing / Lorraine Sheremeta and Bartha Maria Knoppers ch. 9. Bioprocessing partnerships in practice : a decade of experiences at INBio in Costa Rica / Jorgé Cabrera Medaglia ch. 10. Conclusions : new paths to access and benefits sharing / Chika B. Onwuekwe and Peter W.B. Phillips.
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