Budapest Agreement Wipo


Plant cell cultures shall be accepted in an active form in accordance with the agreement between the CCSA and the storer. The applicant should send 10 replicas of each crop to CCTCC. Vegetable seeds are accepted in an active form and the applicant must send 2500 seeds of each plant variety to CCTCC for deposit China General Microbiological Culture Collection Center China Committee for Culture Collection of Microorganisms Box 2714, Beijing, 100080 The People`s Republic of China Annex 1: Lists of points to be respected when depositing microorganisms and requiring samples in accordance with the Budapest Treaty 10. Date on which the OFB agrees to work as an international depositary All samples submitted by the OFB come from batches containing their own preparations. In order to avoid loss or destruction in order to protect the rights of depositors, maximum security and confidentiality measures are provided for: – management and general coordination – conservation, sampling and monitoring of the viability of samples – scientific work of direct application: flow cytometry, integrated polycultures of intensive crops, algae processes and ecotoxicity tests for environmental applications – Related administrative work katal ogisation of strains, reception, dispatch, purchase of equipment, etc. – Technical work for the maintenance of facilities and small laboratory teams The official language of the CGMCC is Chinese, and the working languages are Chinese and English. Space for the development and enlargement of photos, includes a development and enlargement system. – refuse the deposit of biological materials the import of which is prohibited by Chinese legislation; – to refuse the deposit of biological materials whose preservation involves risks considered excessive, – to reject an application requesting the CGMCC to supply biological materials which, under Chinese legislation, are limited to export. – Wintering device 1. Conservation and culture of macroalgae in reservoirs and photobioreactors The reception and declaration of viability are published in the mandatory international models BP/4 and BP/9. The certificate of receipt of information or subsequent amendment of the scientific description and/or proposal for a taxonomic name shall be published in model BP/8. .

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