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The costs of doing more exploration of genetic resources could not be justified by the prospective returns, even in the absence of any charge for use of germplasm. Agricultural Innovation after the Diffusion of IPP 7 On the other hand, absence of private interest, even when institutions are well developed and private investment is highly competitive, is not proof positive that research is not justified. In the USA, wheat breeding has not attracted sustained attention of major private crop breeders.
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