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the webinar the first of all that.certainly you have already recognized is.that you are all muted that means that.of course no sound is going to come from.your computer however that does not mean.that you cannot ask for questions you're.actually very welcome to do so I will.gather all the questions that I receive.and that we receive either in the.question part of your screen in your.right hand side bottom side of your.screen or in the chat question of your.screen and I will then create a word.document that we can read together and.together with our expert even answer to.the question at the end of the webinar.this way we're going to secure the flow.of the information and most importantly.we're not going to distort our expert.with background noises which are very.very unpleasant especially if we are.connected through a technology medium.like GoToWebinar today said that the.first question that we always receive is.when will we receive today's slide and.the recording of the webinar you're.going to receive them as soon as.possible.either ideally this afternoon or through.tomorrow morning and there's going to be.a PDF slide of our experts presentation.and of the services of the European IEP.helpers that I'm going to show you in a.minute.yes so additionally we are going to send.you also a couple of useful document.together with our slides and recording.within the follow-up email as I said it.will be seen in the next 24-48 hours.today we have for the first time and it.is a pleasure to host this webinar.because I think it is very interesting.and very specific.as well to talk about the technical.examination within the community plant.variety rights office so the dus test.which is for distinctiveness uniformity.and stability characteristic of folk of.acid propagated species for doing this.today we have a examiner from the.European plant variety rights office who.is doctor under why mites.thank you very much for being with us.today.and if you don't mind I'm going to still.use a couple of minutes more forward the.services of the European IP health risk.so before we start I like to remind to.those of you who aren't perhaps for the.first time with us.what who we are and what we do as.European LP helpless we are service.initiative of the European Commission.that can offer you the following.services that you can see here on the.right hand side of the screen we.organize trainings which are on-site and.online like today and I'm gonna give you.a list of webinars that you can check.out until the end of the year that.perhaps can be interesting for you you.can register to those webinars and kudos.online on an on-site event through our.website the website is the center access.point for all of our services shall they.be trainings or documents publications.templates that you can find online or.also to get in touch with our.ambassadors that might be the nearest.contact point to the European IP help.this will be the territory of your.country then finally but probably most.importantly we have helpline service.which is a.of experts sitting in alicante that are.waiting there for your questions and are.going to answer you within three working.days in the most understandable way.possible and all of those services are.free of charge so I would suggest you at.least to give it a try and see how we.work this is for your information the.upcoming list of webinar actually some.of them have already been carried out.but if you click on the link when I will.send you the PDF side you have the.chance to land directly on the website.page and register yourself for the.webinar registration are open from three.weeks in advance and until the very day.of the webinar so you're very welcome to.join us if you have a little bit of time.and of course interest in topic that is.going to be analyzed finally if your.activities are outside Europe and you're.interested in how intellectual property.works in other countries that are not.part of the European Union we have.brothers and sisters out there that can.help you and provide you with the same.services that we have.but for countries that are outside the.European you so if you want to know for.example how it works in Brazil or in.Southeast Asia you can ask to those.helpless they also a new initiative of.the European Commission cousins I would.say is the IP booster that can help by.entering - into the market and creating.a leveraged value for intellectual.property that you create building for.example university or public centers as.well with that I am NOT going to.harass you with the the administrative.information and I would then give the.word to our expert which I thank once.again for being here and I can see your.presentation and I'm sure also the.participants can I would unearth perhaps.only put it a little bit broader like so.that we can see it full screen.great now I'm going to need myself and.not disturb.okay can we start good morning my name.is Anna bites I'm working at the CBO as.technical experts for agricultural crops.but generally for seed crops I would.like to thank the IP helpdesk for this.opportunity to give the webinar and.particularly Mikayla do beanie for his.kind assistance during the setup of this.part we will have a number of slides to.go through and you will see that the.presentation is divided into two parts.the first one is a more general part.where you have introduction to the whole.system and the second one is specific.part where you see the particular part.of the seed propagated species I try to.see everything on my screen as well okay.I have a picture here a window which.does disturb me a little bit I hope I.will get this a bit up can you see the.whole slides again I hope so okay so.let's continue we have the general part.which will talk about the EU PvP system.then the filing of applications the.technical examination which is in fact.the dus test to explain a little bit.where and how this will take place a.little word on the reporting and the.relation between the CBO and the.extermination office and then we come on.the part one the focus on seek.propagated species and tomorrow my.colleague and Vigna will give a.presentation in relation to a focus on.vegetatively propagated species in that.part one we will go to the technical.protocols which are the bases we will.look at the u.s. characteristics.particularly on uniformity stability and.distinctness which will end up in the.u.s. report the variety description and.hint to some.databases so let's start with the first.part the EU PvP system is a three.general system for the inter industry.property right plant variety bytes and.these intellectual property rights are.granted under the system and valid.throughout the 28 member states of the.EU which are today covering some 500.million consumers the system was.established by a council regulation and.this happened in - in 1994 and it is.modeled on the International Convention.for the protection of new varieties of.plants shortly called.you put on the convention in 1991 the.European Union became party to the you.professed intergovernmental organization.in 2005 the specificity under this.convention 1991 is that you had.varieties of all botanical genera and.species which may be protected until.today we have received at the CPO.applications in relation to more than.2,200 different plant species and today.we have more than 28 thousand titles.enforce the CP vo is managing this.system and put into practice we are.located in ology in France and we are an.official agency of the EU and we are.operational since 1995 that means we.will soon have our 25th anniversary we.have an independent legal status and we.are fully self financed by fees from the.applicants which means we are.independent from the new budget some.main features of the EU PvP system is.the basis is the constant regulation.dating from 1994 and then we have some.implementing rules of the European.Commission which are in the first place.in the proceedings before the CP Bo.the fees payable to the CP Bo and the.agricultural exemption which is in.relation to the farm safety seat the.most important feature of this EU PvP.system is that with one application you.have one procedure one technical.examination and one decision which.ideally leads to a grant of a protection.in the 28 member states of the EU the.conditions to be fulfilled to occur to.obtain a community plant right a variety.right our a variety must be distinct.uniform and stable thus shortly dus.these are the technical conditions and.then we have some legal requirements.which are novelty the bride he must not.have been commercialized longer than one.year within the EU and not longer than.four years outside the EU and it must.have of course a bride he denomination.the protection period is then twenty.five years for the big majority of all.applications and thirty years for wine.and trees there are also 30 years for.potatoes but that is a special regime.which I do not want to go into detail at.the occasion of this seminar now coming.to the filing of applications you can go.on the website of the CP Bo and you see.the link on which click and then you.come to the possibility to file.applications there are two possibilities.you're either file online or your file.on paper today the office receives close.to a hundred percent of the applications.online one reason is probably that the.application fee is reduced to 450 euros.in comparison to the application fee if.you submit the application on paper.where it is 650 euros and that will.increase next year to 850 euros as from.1st of April.we have also and I think that is very.useful for actions and procedural.representatives a Help Center on that.page where you have replies to.frequently asked questions and in.addition below all screens you have a.little box where it is mentioned contact.as ever you struggle with particular.questions or if you need some more.explanations so the filing of the.applications goes I'm only concentrating.today on the online applications with.the tool which is established called my.PDR it is serving for applications and.communications for the online.application system it provides for.secured web pages and has gives you.access to files related to information.you need for the processing of your.application and in this light it is a.communication channel between the.applicants and the cvbl now we are still.in the chapter filing of applications.that means you submit your application.and if everything is in good order you.will receive an application date the.application date is a very important.date because it gives a legal existence.to your application and it is also used.to and that moment determine the novelty.requirement the common knowledge status.and the priority in relation to other.candidate varieties the date a valid.application is received by SC ppl and.the fees are paid within the time limit.will be the application date then you.receive what we call an AR form which.are means reception form with the.application date if you receive an art.form observation that means there is.something missing on the application but.you got a pending application date and.if your remedy to the missing part that.original application date when you.submitted the application could be.maintained the third case is you will.receive a no.which means the application is not valid.and the NOAA stance we cannot attribute.an application date the state is is then.not hired and you will have one month.following the no form in order to remedy.to the missing information if the fees.remain unpaid that are the application.fees then the application date will be.removed and the status will become not.hired after one month following the.reminder and normally you are invited to.pay the application fee together with.the submission of the application if.there is no application date there is no.publication in the Official Gazette of.this video and then your else cannot go.for an appeal when we receive the.documents of the application we will do.the examination of those documents and I.only mention here the technical aspects.we need to identify the botanical taxon.often this is not an issue but for some.species that can be rather complicated.particularly if we enter into.interspecific hybrids or sub specific.hybrids then we see if you have made.earlier applications of your variety or.if a technical examination took place.earth were all ready for the possibility.to maybe take over the dus report which.exists already.I will come to this at a later stage we.look also at the geographical we did a.rigid the breeding history some of the.parents of varieties the technical.description you provided in the.technical questionnaire photos are only.requested for food mana mentors and we.also ask you in the technical.questionnaire shortly TQ what are the.similar varieties to your candidate 90.and if there are special conditions for.the growing of the mighty here in this.slide I will not in detail go through to.this slide you have an overview of the.processing.applications your applications arrives.at the CP vo in what we call the.register the registry then it goes.through the case holder which is the.technical expert of the CP vo where we.check all the technical information we.need to have and whether all these.conditions are fulfilled the case order.then enters into communication with the.National Examination office and at the.same time normally together with an.application you have submitted a variety.denomination proposal that will be.assessed by denomination assistant and.then the technical examination of the.variety starts or we take already over a.report it goes back to the case holder.who will prepare then a decision for the.committee who takes the final decision.whether the application can be granted.or refused filing of application of.course implies fees and here you have an.overview of the current fees schedule we.have divided the different types of.species which are grown under certain.regimes into three groups we have it.from 1 to 14 the agriculture crops the.first four and to see what type of group.represents a certain type of testing and.there you have the fees an applicant has.to pay for growing wheat to the CP vo.and for the fruit we have three groups.and for the ornamentals we have five.groups and then we have for the.vegetables two groups which are.essentially greenhouse tests or outdoor.tests coming to the technical.examination the basis for the technical.examination is laid down in the basic.regulation in article 55 and there it is.stated that the office shall arrange for.the tests and the examination relating.to the comply.which are laid down in article 7 8 and 9.which is distinct as uniformity and.stability and that test needs to be.carried out by a competent office these.are the examination offices in the.member state of the European Union which.is entrusted for that technical.examination for that species by the.Administrative Council then article 56.about the conduct of the technical.examination and there you essentially.have to retain that the varieties have.to be grown there is no paper assessment.every variety will be put in the field.or in the glass house and assessed and.that such conduct of a technical.examination is to be carried out in.accordance with the test guidelines.issued by the Administrative Council.that is the one to be cornered with.technical protocols as I mentioned a.little bit earlier we also have the.possibility to take over the US reports.the u.s. report contains a statement on.effect if the variety is distinct.uniform and stable you remember the.technical requirement for grant and in.addition as well a variety description.and in article 27 of the proceedings.regulation is foreseen but an.examination report on the results of a.technical examination which has been.carried out already or is in the process.of being carried out for official.purposes may be considered by the office.to go to make a sufficient basis for a.decision and then there are certain.conditions that means if you have hired.earlier and application into an official.Authority let's say from national.listing I'll come to this later for a.national plan right he might and that.office is entrusted for the species then.CPV or can take over the dus report as a.basis for a decision if the test has.been carried out according to the study.the old rules which is mostly the case.in the member states of the European.Union.and in that take over fee you have to.pay 320 euros instead of the examination.fee which makes quite a difference this.possibility of taking over the u.s..reports exists since a long time between.members of you both we also in Europe.have discussed to enforce this this.principle recorded a one key several.doors principle and it means that where.the u.s. test has already been carried.out as mentioned earlier foreign.official register such US examination.should not be carried out a second time.that saves saves time and money and this.is often related to prior applications.for national listing for the.authorization of the commercialization.of varieties within the EU such.obligation to be listed in the so-called.common catalog before commercialization.that relates to important agricultural.and vegetable species which are.mentioned in the so-called deep.directive of the European Union I have.put here under a link where you can get.the information in relation to listing.in the EU then I would like to show you.on this slide to the Skiba vo network of.examination offices in the EMU that.means that the CBO itself has not set up.own examination offices it relies on the.network already existing examination.offices in the Member States you have.for example here in France we work with.a Best Buy in the Netherlands was like.time-bound in Italy was crea in Denmark.with this doctor and so on and so on.coming back to the u.s. test you may.want to know where were my variety be.tested we have on our website s3.publication which shows the untrusted.examination offices by species as.threes as for special Kuznets the office.has to publish applications grants and.other information in the s-1 then we.have the s2 to which I come later which.is also a special Gazette and the s3 is.the special Gazette on the entrustment.of examination offices for species and.here you can search for the species you.are interested in also the country but.you do not need to fill in that and then.you have here I just put an ad print out.you can also export it to to excel the.species name which is concerned the fee.group I showed you earlier the table the.number of growing cycles the country and.what is the name of this Authority so.that is in order to know where will my.variety be tested and what are the.different countries who offers a testing.of this species for us at the CP Bureau.we have for the organisation of the.technical examination of your candidate.variety criteria to respect and that is.the wish of the breeder you can indicate.this in the technical questionnaire the.geographical origin of the variety and.the origin of the applicant and the.experience of an examination office that.means some are more experienced than.others and we try to go to keep.experience also located still where do.does the earth test take place the ones.we have chosen the examination office.you can also get the information on.which type of material in which.quantities and qualities you need to.submit for your variety if it is very.useful to get information before your.final application this information is.also on our website and that is the best.application special Gazette on the.submission of plant material it tells.you what you have to be prepared to.submit plant material to.an examination office for the US test I.took here as an example barley and you.can see it's probably very small but you.will better see it on the print out and.just selection and if there are further.examination offices further down for.this species then from spring type the.fee group for seed growing cycles that.is Estonia and that is the closing date.which means if you submit an application.by this date we will be able to.integrate your candidate writing the.next upcoming growing season then the.submission and date that means by that.date you should have at the latest of.plant material and in the last column.what are the requirements you are have.expected to have four seeds it's not.such a problem it can really be a.problem for plant material which you may.need to introduce into the EU with all.phytosanitary conditions so please check.the s2 before so that you can be sure.that you have the material available.when you submit the application how is.the US test carried out the basis it is.the technical and uptake protocols of.the CPB all mostly these are sticky bo.protocols.if there are no CP bo protocols because.it's for example a small species then we.use to know you pork tell me the.guideline and if it is even smaller than.often there are national protocols at.the National Examination offices and you.can find this under this link here we.have of course to talk to each other so.that you know what you are expected to.do I mentioned earlier the s2 please.look at this and you will receive at a.certain moment the request from the CP.vo to submit the material please do not.do this on your own initiative there is.information on the material required.including the deadlines and once the.examination was started or the the.excuse me the material request has been.sent during this procedure you will also.be arrived if there were any problems.maybe we could extend the submission.period and so but I contact the office.of you face problems you will also get a.feedback if his neighbor problems with.the quality delivered or any problem.told by the examination of his to the.CPO will be communicated to you once the.tester started as a general principle if.you have only one brother normally after.that growing cycle you should receive in.us report together with a variety.description if the result is positive.but if we have more than one growing.cycle you receive after each growing.cycle and interim report and where you.can see what the result that means.growing cycle was if during the.technical examination because the.interim report you receive it at the end.of one growing cycle but during the.examination let's say in July in the.maze testing there is a problem you will.receive an invitation to see the trial.and you will receive an information on.the problem so as I said earlier the.final report will be sent you then you.have the possibility to commend and if.everything goes well you will receive.and subsequently to it advanced with a.certificate from the office on your.community country right here is just a.slide which you can study later and the.relation between the CP vo and the.applicants and the examination offices.and what it implies on both sides and.here again here is a summary on the.relation between the CP vo and the.examination address now coming to the.second part which is going to get.technical focus on C propagating species.it is not so easy to make presentation.where you have advanced and.unless advanced the participants so I.tried to explain the principles you.might be astonished a little bit of the.order of how it is presented and in.addition to this everything is to a.certain extent and related yourself you.will also have the opportunity to look.into this with more time when we will.have the PDF in front of you so here.we'll focus on C propagating species and.in that second part of part 1 since.there will be another seminar tomorrow.we will talk about thinking the.protocols the characteristics on.uniformity stability and distinguish you.see it is us D the D us report variety.descriptions and bright databases you.might wonder why we did separate species.species from better typically.propagating species and here is a table.in overview it is very general but to to.make you understand why that triggers.different actions we have on one hand.the seed and on the other hand let's say.the cuttings that shorter and the.testing facility precedes it mostly.outdoor and curved edge lately it's.Endora the environment is not intrude.make these applications as you know but.in the greenhouse we have controlled.environment the number of growing cycles.for seeds is mostly true that is due to.the environmental impact and for.vegetable forget it is mostly one.ornamentals mostly in the greenhouse.fruits can grow up to for growing cycles.but that is an exception apples for.example the reference collection which.is composed of those varieties to which.the candidate variety needs to be.compared in order to establish that it.is really distinct to all existing.varieties of common knowledge already is.for the seeds propagated species will be.called a living reference collection.that means the X I mean.officers do have cold chambers in which.they keep seed bags on these moieties.whereas were ornamented us this is a.non-living variety collection they get.the education of a candidate varieties.and they identify potentially similar.varieties and order them at the same.time as the material for a candidate.variety the genetic heterogeneity of the.varieties which I see propagated is.little for self pollinators two very.important let's think about course.pollinators or even populations.whereas in vegetable it's little it's.Mona's clones the method of observation.of the characteristics is in seed.essentially measurements but also visual.observations were and in vegetable it's.essentially visual and that implies that.the data analysis first seeds it's.mostly in statistics not only but mostly.ants in vertically it's masking nose.however the principle of the divest has.remained the same as I read earlier the.bases are the technical protocols here.is an extract or volley protocol it is.adopted at a certain date by the.Administrative Council and it has also.an entry into four state here is just an.extract of the table of contents and we.have method of examination and.particularly chapter 4 where we talk.about the assessment of tus the grouping.of varieties is chapter 6 and again very.important in Chapter 7 the table of.characteristics there is an extract of.the table of characteristics for Bali.you see the numbering according to the.importer to the CBO protocol the CPB all.protocol is mostly based on au port.protocol therefore the numbering here.here we describe the stage at which that.characteristic must be observed.together with a method I'm going through.this later the characteristic itself.with its expression.and then example varieties here in.barley we are in a situation where we.have spring type varieties and winter.type - and then at the end the nodes you.attribute to each observation the.characteristics observed must and here.we come to what has been defined on new.pop level result from a given genotype.be consistent and repeatable there must.be variation between varieties they must.be precisely defined and recognizable.they must allow uniformity standards to.be fulfilled and allow stability.requirements to be fulfilled just as a.general remark a characteristic for the.dus test there is no need to have an.intrinsic value or merit you will for.example see that any number of protocols.will serve the hairiness of leaves or.cheese or whatsoever and you can imagine.that the value for the market of this.characteristic is rather limited but for.the u.s. test this is a useful.characteristic we normally use.morphological characteristics this means.we hardly have any biomolecular.characteristics in the list of.characteristics that is based on the.loophole for definition of describing.varieties is based on the phenotype.sometimes we use physical.characteristics resistances this is very.important in vegetables and to come back.to the first remark again when the yield.as such is not a u.s. characteristic I.need to go a little bit further into.different types of characteristics.because they determine at the later.stage the types of approaches and.assessments for the u.s. we have our.preferred characteristics our.qualitative characteristics where the.expression is either absent or present.they are those genetically stable and.they do not have a reaction to the.environment for a number of rows either.or six so it's qualitative since it is a.nice correlative characteristic it is.also used for grouping which means if I.have a candidate variety which has.six-row barley I do not need to grow it.along with to row Bonnie then we have.the pure qualitative characteristics.there the range of variation is at least.partly continuous but it varies in more.than one direction I take this picture.from Newport where you have the middle.light rose reddish rose color and flower.color which can get lighter or darker.and then to the yellowish part on.wittich part and to pink part or dark.part and yellow instance clearly a.separate note and then we have.quantitative characteristics with our.expressions of linear scale and.one-dimensional the most common one used.as front length which comes from very.short too short to medium to long to.very long so this is really a linear.scale then now the Nelson seem that.there are different types of.characteristics we have also different.methods of observations and you can find.all these abbreviations order of the.technical protocol we have visual.observation that means the examiner.stands in front of the plot or in the.greenhouse.in front of the plot and looks at.candidate variety looks at the technical.protocol at the example right is an.attributes based on his observation a.note please priority for that.characteristic then we also have.measurements that happens more in seeds.see propagated species where you have.variation where you take single plants.and to measure them you can also.attribute one measurement only to plot.so either you attribute one node to a.group of plants after your observation.that is indicated.bhaiyyaji a group of plants all you have.several notes or measurements to a.single plants this is then indicated as.an s now with this preliminaries you.have we can enter now into the.assessment of uniformity and the basic.regulation stains a variety shall be.deemed to be uniform.if subject to the variation that may be.expected from the particular features of.its propagation it is sufficiently.uniform in the expression of those.characteristics and included in the.examination for distinctness as well as.any others used for variety description.that means that the uniformity.assessment takes into account the heat.of propagation and it is based on the.expression of the characteristic as a.consequence a variety must first fulfill.a uniformity requirement before.distinctness can be assessed and that is.why in this presentation in fine.uniformity before distinguish you.remember that we talked about taking.into account the feature of propagation.for self pollinated varieties like let's.use where we have the same genome or.less as the mother plant so we expect a.low level of genetic variation and we.have cross pollinated varieties such as.cabbage or red why grass where we have.by nature as the future of propagation.by genetic variation and also a higher.reaction to the environment in addition.we have hybrid varieties where again we.need to take into account this type of.propagation when we assess the.uniformity in other words what can we.expect from a certain type of variety to.to make a fair uniformity assessment and.here with all these information the type.of expression of characteristic the.method of propagation the different.features of propagation you can see what.is done in the different assessments by.the expert I leave it to you to study.this table or.you had more time I wanted to show you.some examples examples for assisting in.the committee here let's go to the sleep.we are with the seed propagated species.and was self pollinated crop barley and.there we have we call the off type.approach since the variety itself is.rather uniform by genetics we can more.easily identify a plant which is.different than the other plants in the.mighty and that is what we call an.off-night and in the technical protocol.you have mentioned for barley the.thresholds so for self pollinated.varieties and there we come a little bit.into statistics a population standard or.can't see it really is I think it's one.percent should be applied with an.acceptance probability of at least 95.percent and that means in a case of a.sample size of two thousand plants to.five popped off types are allowed and.from a sterilized because there are.hybrids and barley now we say that a.populations 100 point two is to be.applicable and that means that eight of.types are allowed in two thousand plants.o hybrids you can have difficulties to.get a proper pollination that means and.we will not blame the hybrid variety.it's like knowing this for that reason.we allow for a higher number of all.types for this type of material and.there we have 27 of types allowed in 200.plants now a seed propagated species bus.but cross pollinated for example dry.grass we apply the relative uniformity.that is a principle in new park which.means to cross pollinate it.my teas the candidate right he should.not be less uniform then the mean.uniformity of all already known.varieties that is why it is called.relative uniformity and here I took a an.extract oh I think it was rye grass.where we say if uniformity is assessed.by the combined of a year's uniformity.method which is called e you remember.that these varieties are tested more.than one year mostly to some three years.the candidate variety is sufficiently.uniform in the respective characteristic.if the relative tolerance limit in.relation to comparable varieties does.not exceed the one percent significance.level or less in a test over two years.and this threshold is adapted for a test.over three variants 0.1% to be applied.if you are going to put it as entance.here if you want to have more details on.this I would suggest that you look at.the you port website there you will find.the Newport collection and there again.you have so called teaching pink.diamonds and all these approaches are.very good explained in the T gp8.after uniformity comes stability why.because during the technical examination.for C propagated species the test takes.place over two years minimum sometimes.three years from seeds coming out of the.same first submission of that material.it means it comes out of the same back.stability is the question on generations.the approach is if in the first growing.cycle the variety was uniform and the.same seeds from the same seed bag are.used.second growing cycle and the writing is.still uniform we can conclude that.variety is stable the background is.again explained here in the regulation.the important sentence is that the.variety remain unchanged after repeated.propagation I took here a slide from you.both again you have the original.material then you have generation one.generation to generation N and the.variety does not change this implies of.course the efforts of the breeders in.the maintenance breeding if there is a.change over generations then the 90.would not babe now we come to.distinctness a variety shall begin to be.distinct if it is clearly.distinguishable by reference to the.expression of the characteristic from.any other variety whose existence is the.matter of common knowledge or maybe you.remember what I mentioned at the very.beginning in relation to the reference.collection varieties of common knowledge.are reference collections what makes a.variety being a variety commonality it.has been commercialized it is published.with a detailed description and filing.an application application for planter.occupiers or for any other official.register like national listing makes it.a variety of common knowledge and there.is the existing of living plant material.in perfectly accessible plant.collections so just don't make it clear.this is for it's not and so there are.many varieties in common knowledge.particularly in so big species now for.the assessment of distinctness there.must be a clear difference in at least.one characteristic of the protocol here.we have an example of plant height and.it is as we remember the quantitative.characteristics the linear scale and.there in you can say this is maybe not.sufficiently.is insane clearly this difference but.that might be sufficiently clear it must.also be consistent in the first drawings.I can you see this difference so it must.also be I repeat the same difference in.the same direction in the growling so in.the second chromic cycle so you.understand have understood so far that.the distinctness assessment is based on.the growing try and there are different.possibilities either it is made on a.side by side visual observer observation.that means the candidate right and the.potentially similar variety which is.uncommon knowledge our side by side or.close by or you have some in growing.trial and the assessment it's done by.nodes side by side is also done by node.by the way the assessment is done by.nodes by attributing nodes or you do it.by statistical analysis of the growing.trial the choice of each approach.depends on feature of the propagation.the type of expression of characteristic.as mentioned earlier and the type of the.record the D assessment based on nodes.for qualitative characteristics is.rather easy remember the six row and the.two row Bonnie it's clearly it one node.is sufficient to establish distinctness.then we have the PQ characteristics that.was the picture with the rose flower.color there it is put down in the.guideline what can be considered as a.sufficient really clearly is difference.and once which differences are really.required and in certain circumstances.stanzas varieties inscribed on the same.stage of expression may be clearly.distinguishable in PQ characteristics QN.characteristics a difference of two.nodes often represents a clear.difference but that is not an absolute.standard for assessment of distinctness.depending on factors such as the testing.place the year the environmental.variation.range of expression in the variety.collection the clear difference may be.more or less than true notes so that is.not a long time I say so.now coming to the D assessment based on.statistics this is mostly applied to QN.characteristics and here going to self.pollinated and cognitively propagated we.often use the least significant.difference approach where we have a.threshold established and this threshold.established a minimum distance which.needs to be achieved in the mean value.between a candidate variety and the.similar variety so that the candidate.variety or a given characteristic can be.considered distinct so it's the LSD.method I have here again the example.body if this thing is is assessed using.the t-test least significant difference.the difference between two varieties.it's clear if it occurs with the same.sign so what I mentioned earlier in the.same direction at the one percent.significance level or less in two.consequent consecutive or two out of.three growing cycle so the minimum.distance is calculated and then the.measured mean is compared and check if.this distance is given or not if it is.not given we consider and that.characteristic candidate right is not.sufficiently different self and cross.pollinated varieties there we do a lot.of measurements because in any case we.need to do the measurements in order to.establish the relative uniformity for.the uniformity assessment and we use.also these measurements to determine the.distinctness requirement that means the.minimum distance is calculated taking.into account the environmental impact on.the expression of the characteristics.during the minimum two growing cycles.and that method is called combined over.years distinctness which is called E.again all the details are explained in.the report document teaching p8 and here.again for barley you can also use it for.self and coordinated right is it is not.exclusively limited to cross-pollinate.authorities in the body TP we have if.this thickness is assessed by ecology.the difference between two eyes it's.clear if the respective characteristics.are different at the one percent.significance level unless in a test over.is a two or three genes this is a very.important sentence nodes in the variety.description are independent from the.deep assessment at least there were.measurements have taken place when we do.the least significant difference.analysis or the COI D where we compare.the mean values based on a statistical.value we have calculated the decision on.distinctness takes place at that moment.then the next step for the variety.description is attributing nodes to the.expression of the variety for that.characteristic so it will get a node in.order to be described but isn't it is.not that node which explains when you.read the variety description that based.on these nodes the variety is distinct.to another variety of which you maybe.also have in front the variety.description you cannot read from the.variety description which basis was used.for the distinguished assessment for.that you would need to go into the.technical protocol this is how the us.report looks like I guess many of you.have seen them already and you will get.across on distinctness uniformity and.stability if it is positive it is.accompanied by a variety description the.variety description does mention the.testing place and the period of testing.detecting a protocol used if the.cribes the variety with the.characteristics of the taming of the.technic protocol if there is a similar.variety which has been identified by the.examiner it is mentioned in chapter 16.and any other additional information.which is considered relevant is.mentioned in chapter 17 that by.description is sent to the applicant in.order to check whether he can agree to.it or if he may be have has some.comments the purpose of a variety.description is to identify the protected.variety that is also essentially the.main reason why we need to check.uniformity to be able to say this is the.variety it's coming to the end just to.inform you about Cpl variety databases.which you will also find on our website.we have the CBO advocating intelligent.force database where you can also see.and find for most ultimate varieties.which are protected the variety.descriptions and then you find the.variety kinder that is a database.maintained by the superior it contains.information on registers of more than 60.countries with a general search tool it.also includes includes similarity search.tool to test the suitability of.denominations that is also very useful.for applicants if you want to get more.knowledge on really the technical part.of the DMS test and I suggest that you.look into the import website and you may.sign up for a viewport distance-learning.course D and 205 and I think that is a.rather useful course yes with this I.come to the end of the presentation and.I thank you for your attention and I'm.ready to answer your questions thank you.very much thank you very much to you.indeed and it was a very interesting.presentation so.I suggest you all participants to use.the opportunity and ask for questions.and to keep the example I would like to.start I have a small questions and while.the participants are thinking about this.I mean we have been talking about so the.the the us test and you were mentioning.various sessions that should take place.at least two sessions does that I mean.that the test lasts for a quite a long.time then what is the average length of.the u.s. test as it depends on the.species or there an average length that.we may mention well an average length.may be not be useful it does depend on.the species and there depend on which in.which environment is the species tested.on a mentors are mostly clones they are.tested in and controlled environment.that means the observations we make once.rather should to be seemed a second time.with the same note so most of.ornamentals are tested during one year.which is often one growing cycle then.most of seed propagated species are.often tested two years because they are.so outdoors and you can have a very bad.year where you are not sure that the.expression of variety was really related.to its genotype or more to its phenotype.when you're not sure you go for a third.year and then you have these fruit trees.like apple pear which need at least.three most commonly four and sometimes.five years I see that's sometimes can be.a long time yes thank you for the.clarification so we have a couple of.questions now that have arrived from the.participants.I will just share my screen so we can.can you see the questions yes very good.so the first question is when we receive.today's presentation and I'll do it as.soon as possible as we can cut the as.soon as we can cut the video and.provided to you in the form of swimming.view and you will mentioning tgp.documents on the you put website is that.correctly understood that correct so I.will insert them also in the follow-up.email so that everybody is going to.receive them direct if it's downloadable.everybody is going to be seated directly.without having to look for it with which.is also a interesting feature of the.webinar.help of help then we have a person from.Kaplan who is asking his is help under.other listed under other agricultural.speech species or where is it listed she.is asking yes thanks for this question a.very intense subject matter at the time.being.hemp cannabis sativa is other.agricultural species pharmaceutical.cannabis sativa which is not hand in our.definition is not treated as any other.agric as other agricultural species for.the purpose of the u.s. test for CPV are.why hemp is mostly grown outdoor it is.produced for fiber purposes this.cannabis sativa then we have varieties.also cannabis sativa which are.pharmaceutical varieties and these are.mostly grown indoor that means that is.because of the particular fact that they.contain AB psychotropic.it must be a secured environment you.need to have an opium exemption permit.getting material of your varieties to.the Netherlands where we do carry out.our test is requiring an import permit.and many other things which need to be.done for this type of material so to.make it short this test is not like.fiber hand it is much more cost.intensive and that is why we have a.particular fee group for pharmaceutical.cannabis and that is fee group 8 and it.will because it is tested like.ornamental subjective thank you we have.another question how do you assess the.possibility of establishing the u.s..test adapted for organic varieties a.very good question thank you for this.one we are all thinking about this.together with echo PB feeble and other.players.bollock institute in the netherlands for.example there is a lot of work going on.on the level of the European Commission.Commission there was a temporary.experiment for heterogeneous material.there will be a temporary experiment for.organic bread varieties which is in the.face of being set up in order to get.knowledge about establishing procedures.to do an adapted the u.s. test for this.variety so for the time being we are.working on it if there are breeders.around the auditorium they are very much.invited to participate to these.discussions because we need their input.I think that our firstly I would say.that there are already a number of.organic varieties of varieties which are.used in organics but also claimed as.organic li bread rice which do have.community plant variety rights so they.do fulfil the conditions where it.becomes more tricky really is when we.have material which is let's say.standing on broader sheets on purpose.breeders do develop varieties which are.able to have a better reaction a more.resilient reaction to the environment.which is often to the detriment of.uniformity so the highest critical point.to my opinion will be uniformity and.there we need to find something but if.all stakeholders talk to each other.learn from each other I'm rather.convinced that we can make big progress.I think there's a question related to.the latter that we have just answered.its duty characteristics sometimes.appear to be not constant under.different growing conditions for.instance organic condition so we close.up the organic questions well we aim at.finding and using characteristics for.the dus tests which are rather.independent from the environment but.sometimes we need to have.characteristics which are sensitive to.environment in that case we try to.observe this characteristic several.times at least two subsequent growing.cycles or we give it a wide range of.observation so that when we establish.distinctness we can clearly state the.bright.is distinct from each other let me think.about organic conditions I tend to say.no because the characteristics for the.dus test are not generally.characteristics used for the so-called.value testing of varieties in organic.conditions there is the use of less.entrance of course which effects it's a.competition between plants which effects.of course let's say the health status of.leaves that it could be an impact but I.generally would say we try to avoid this.type of characteristics which go more in.the value testing or short lease and we.see interesting I think that is also.something which we will find out when we.will have the temporary experiment in.place and there again we need the input.of breeders to share with us their.experience thank you.another question more regarding the.functioning of the system if a variety.is already registered even a certain new.country is it automatically to be.considered under the CPD umbrella.protection as well no it is not you have.I the the question reads if a variety is.already registered in a new country and.there we have different types of.registers for the important agricultural.and vegetable species we have the.national list for commercialization.which is a register which ends up in the.common catalogue that means in that.catalog you can find all varieties which.are authorized to be commercialized and.this registration also.requires the dus test and you have other.national registers which are for the.national protection but these are all.different let's say legal entities so if.you have your variety listed or if you.have it protected on a national level.you have two different rights on it.alone authorizations but the community.plant variety rights it is based on the.different legislation therefore it is a.different procedure for which you need.file an application in order to obtain.the protection so since we are talking.about the u.s. test I also introduced a.question regarding the u.s. tessen DNA.markers do you use DNA markers for dus.tests and do you include them to.official description no the four-four we.do not use the US test for the official.description you port basis is that the.variety is presented by its phenotype by.the expression of its phenotype and that.is what brings us to the fact that the.variety description is describing the.phenotype however we do use DNA markers.in the u.s. test for certain reasons for.certain assessments we have some markers.which are used for determining disease.resistance genes so to be able to.declare that for given disease.characteristic a candidate right here.has this characteristic absent of.present but most of the time the DNA.markers are used for what we call the.management of reference collections you.remember that varieties of common.knowledge which need to be taken into.consideration for the distinct.and of the candidate variety in we have.thousands of varieties in common.knowledge and we you must be an a Marcus.as a complementary tool for the.management of the reference collection.and generally we based on a number of.markers we get a profile of all the.different varieties in common knowledge.then we make a profile a genetic profile.based on hundreds sometimes thousands of.markers of the candidate variety and.then we run the profile of the candidate.variety against each profile of.varieties of common knowledge and we.have established distance often it is.voters distance or Jaccard distance in.order to determine the genetic.similarity and there we have a threshold.for example in potato we have said if.the similarity is genetic similarity is.higher than 85% between a candidate.variety and a variety of common.knowledge that variety of common.knowledge needs to go into the growing.trial to compare their phenotypes so yes.we do use and no we not for the current.for the official description thank you.another technical question how or where.can breeders give their input for the US.test testing under organic okay we have.at the CP Bo we have for crop sector.expert meetings its agriculture.vegetable fruit and ornamentals mostly.concerns are for the time being.vegetables and agriculture crop expert.meetings we will meet once per year with.all examiner's from the National.examination offices and we always have.participants from the breeders.associations participating to these.meetings and in these meetings for.example one important issue is the.discussion of technical protocols the.breeders represented today let's remain.with the seed sector are the euro seeds.and echo PB and echo PB is the.Association which represents the organic.breeders to the office that is one.possibility and this is certainly the.most detailed way to participate to the.set up of a technical protocol so as an.organic breeder I would contact eco PB.if I would wanted to know what's going.on and how can I attend there are two.other possibilities and there you may be.also go via a cook PB there are two.projects financed by horizon 2020 of.three even which are very interesting.for organic breeders the first one I'm.pretty sure they know this is life seed.really focusing on organic varieties and.organic growing and breeding then since.a few months only there is program.called invite and a second one in.Navarre a CPO stakeholder to both.projects and part of this project aim at.improving the us testing but also the.value testing which you need to to.fulfill if you want to be entitled to.commercial commercialize your variety.and agriculture and vegetable seeds and.they're a part of this research is.dedicated to organic.breeding all right we still have one.question to go Rudy guy is thinking for.the detailed introduction and this is.more of a political question you said.that CPD is - by fees are not my funds.from the EU budget.this makes the CPU dependent application.and people who the example of the EPO.shows that much that such such funding.produces intentions decisions will be.you budget finding funding be more.objective that is indeed a political.decision at the time a political.question and I can only partly reply to.it at the time a basic regulation was.established in 94 that was a decision.taken by the European Commission now not.the Commission not what is it the.council and also also indeed the EU IPO.the new agency of trademarks has the.same regime we are financed by by by.fees the applicants play indeed if there.are little applications we have little.money but then we have maybe also less.importance I still think we need to.underline a difference between the CP.Leo and the European Patent Office.although it is called European patent.offices there is not an agency of the.European Union the EPO legal basis is a.completely different one and whereas the.CP v r o legislation is a EU regulation.and there the full power is with.European Council the European Parliament.and in that context.maybe you do not know this the decisive.body governing the CP Bo is its.administrative council and the.administrative council is composed by.representatives of all Member States so.I think the comparison with EPO is is.not really really correct yes you are.definitely right also the European.Patent Office is based on a.international treaty which the European.Patent convention and it involves also.countries outside the European Union.which is also a relevant t4 instead that.makes a little bit the the the.relationship between the two not really.not really so meaningful secession in.one way but yeah I think we got an end.to the question and we are also pretty.much in time it was a very interesting.session at least from my side and I'm.looking forward also to hear tomorrow's.session I just a reminder for the.participants today tomorrow presentation.is going to be regarding the vegetative.vegetatively propagated complicated.Thank You species but as I have.announced already within the event.calendar the first part of the.presentation is going to be a reminder.of the general discipline within this.video so we're going to hear a couple of.information once again regarding the.general setting of the office and.procedure and then we're going to enter.to the detail just like we did today in.the second part by thanking myself once.again with our expert on divides I would.like to thank you all for being here.with us today and it's been a pleasure.for me to be here thank you what this.again Anya.thank you thanks about you thanks to you.for this opportunity thank you very much.and with that I would close the webinar.for today and I wish you all a very very.lovely Wednesday but it's DOCSIS.Thursday but probably Thursday goodbye.and thank you goodbye.

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