The protection conferred by a patent on a biological material possessing specific characteristics as a result of the invention1 extends to any biological material derived from that biological material through propagation or multiplication in an identical or divergent form and possessing those same characteristics2. The protection conferred by a patent on a process that enables a biological material to be produced possessing specific characteristics as a result of the invention extends to biological material directly obtained through that process and to any other biological material derived from the directly obtained biological material through propagation or multiplication in an identical
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