|SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL RESOURCES Plant Variety Rights May 1984||1|
|Plant Variety Rights Senate Standing Committee on National Resources||3|
|MEMBERSHIP OF THE COMMITTEE||11|
|CHAPTER ONE Introduction||17|
|CHAPTER TWO Plant Breeding in Australia||26|
|CHAPTER THREE Issues arising from the PVR debate||31|
|CHAPTER FOUR The Benefits of Plant Variety Rights||59|
|CHAPTER FIVE Alternatives to PVR||75|
|CHAPTER SIX Plant Variety Rights Bill 1982||83|
|Dissenting Report on Plant Variety Rights||93|
|Appendix 1 Individuals and Organisations Who Made Written Submissions to the Committee||101|
|Appendix 2 Individuals and Organisations Who Appeared as Witnesses Before the Committee at Public Hearings||106|
|Appendix 3 RESTRICTION OF ACCESS TO OVERSEAS VARIETIES||110|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on National Resources.
| title=Plant variety rights, May 1984
| section=xii, 97 p. ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 63 of 1984
| publisher=Australian Government Publishing Service
| access-date=28 February 2021
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