2018
DOI: 10.1111/nph.14993
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Plant genetic resources for food and agriculture: opportunities and challenges emerging from the science and information technology revolution

Abstract: Contents Summary1407I.Introduction1408II.Technological advances and their utility for gene banks and breeding, and longer‐term contributions to SDGs1408III.The challenges that must be overcome to realise emerging R&D opportunities1410IV.Renewed governance structures for PGR (and related big data)1413V.Access and benefit sharing and big data1416VI.Conclusion1417Acknowledgements1417ORCID1417References1417 Summary Over the last decade, there has been an ongoing revolution in the exploration, manipulation and sy… Show more

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“…A situation of particular interest, from the perspective of patent laws and access and benefit‐sharing regimes, arises when a claimed plant‐related invention has been obtained on the basis of digitised genetic information (Bagley, 2016; Halewood et al, 2018). This is made possible by what is termed the “dematerialisation of genetic resources” (Bhatti, 2013).…”
Section: Legal Provisions In National Lawsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A situation of particular interest, from the perspective of patent laws and access and benefit‐sharing regimes, arises when a claimed plant‐related invention has been obtained on the basis of digitised genetic information (Bagley, 2016; Halewood et al, 2018). This is made possible by what is termed the “dematerialisation of genetic resources” (Bhatti, 2013).…”
Section: Legal Provisions In National Lawsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Today, the NPGS's PGR information management system, the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN)-Global (Byrne et al, 2018), serves the needs of PGR stewards in nine different nations and is poised to become the international standard for PGR information management. A combination of incremental progress and periodically disruptive technological innovations (e.g., the personal computer and the World Wide Web; Halewood et al, 2018) has characterized the evolution of PGR information management systems such as GRIN-Global and Genesys, a website that aggregates information from GRIN-Global and other databases to facilitate PGR distribution (Genesys, 2018).…”
Section: "Flaw In the Human Character"mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These "mixed technologies" are needed to handle the remarkable diversity in PGR propagule size, shape, weight, and physiological behavior (Widrlechner, 1997). The currently vast amount of information associated with PGR will grow ever more voluminous in the future (Halewood et al, 2018) and in turn increase the value of the PGR (Day Rubenstein et al, 2006). Similarly, systems of environmental sensors and digital cameras have helped safeguard PGR field plantings.…”
Section: Plant Genetic Resource Stewardship and The Futurementioning
confidence: 99%
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