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Authors:  Ingrid Olesen, Hans B. Bentsen, Nofima AKVAFORS-Fiskeriforskning, Kristin Rosendal, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Morten Rye, Akvaforsk Genetics Center, Norway
Abstract:
Breeding companies need some form of legal or biological protection measures to assure
revenues from genetic improvement and investment in genetic material. Fish farmers and fish
breeders need access to genetic resources for food production and further development and
sustainable use of fish genetic material. The objective of this chapter is to discuss the
international and domestic legal processes and the needs of fish breeders in the aquaculture
sector. For this we will review:
1. The rationale for ensuring access to and for using legal measures for protection of
breeding materials in aquaculture
2. A Norwegian case on Norwegian salmon breeding and farming, where three
dimensions that may affect choices of protection and the scope for access to fish genetic
resources are considered: Awareness among fish breeders of international regulations of
genetic resources; evolving structures within the aquaculture sector; technological
developments and biological features presenting options and barriers
3. The options available for protection of aquaculture genetic resources in both
developed and developing countries. 


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