Citrus papaya Hassk. (CITRU_PAP) GENIE Database

DUS Guidance and Cooperation

UPOV Principal Botanical Name: Citrus papaya Hassk. UPOV Code: CITRU_PAP
 
UPOV Test Guidelines TG/204/1 Rev.
TG/203/1 Rev.
TG/201/1 Rev.
Entries between ^ ^ indicate Test Guidelines that cover a lower botanical rank (for example in the case of a genus: there are Test Guidelines at the level of one of the species in the genus).
Drafting Authority None

Cooperation in DUS Examination (key to abbreviations)

 


 

Authorities with Practical Experience

Entries in parenthesis indicate experience at the level of a higher botanical rank (for example in the case of a species: there is experience at the level of the genus to which it belongs).
Entries between ^ ^ indicate experience at the level of a lower botanical rank (for example in the case of a genus: there is experience at the level of one the species in the genus).

Agreements for Cooperation in DUS Examination

<> in the receiving column indicates that the authority specified in the offering column offers to carry out examinations for any interested member of the Union.
( ): Genus or species covered by agreement for a taxon of a higher rank to which it belongs (e.g. in the case of a species: the genus or family is covered by an agreement).

Offering Authority / examination OfficeAuthorities Receiving Examination ReportsNotes
(<>)(Switzerland)
(Switzerland): DUS tests are not conducted in Switzerland. In cases where a DUS test report is not available from a member of the Union, the Office of Plant Variety Protection will request an appropriate authority or testing of a member of the Union to perform a DUS test on its behalf.
(Spain)(European Union (Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)))
 

 

Utilization of Existing DUS Reports

<> (utilizing) indicates that the authority specified in providing column will, in general, provide existing DUS reports to any member of the Union.
<> (providing) indicates that the authority specified in the utilizing column will, in general, utilize existing DUS reports provided by any member of the Union.
( ): Genus or species covered by agreement for a taxon of a higher rank to which it belongs (e.g. in the case of a species: the genus or family is covered by an agreement).

Utilizing Authority Providing Authority/Examination Office Notes
(<>)(Australia)Australia will provide copies of all its DUS test reports to other UPOV members.
(Australia)(<>)Australia generally accepts DUS reports from UPOV members for any taxon except Solanum tuberosum L.. In deciding whether such test reports are wholly sufficient for the Australian examination of the variety, the Authority refers to the relevant sections of the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act (1994).
(Australia)(Japan) 
(Australia)(New Zealand) 
(Brazil)(European Union (Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO))) 
(Brazil)(Japan) 
(Brazil)(South Africa) 
(Canada)(<>)Canada will accept foreign DUS test reports from any UPOV member for horticulture and ornamental varieties (except Solanum species), in lieu of conducting the trials in Canada.
(Ecuador)(Spain) 
(European Union (Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)))(Japan) 
(European Union (Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)))(Spain) 
(Israel)(Japan) 
(Israel)(Spain) 
(Japan)(Australia) 
(Japan)(Brazil) 
(Japan)(European Union (Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO))) 
(Japan)(Israel) 
(Japan)(Kenya) 
(Japan)(Mexico) 
(Japan)(New Zealand) 
(Japan)(Russian Federation) 
(Japan)(Switzerland) 
(Japan)(Viet Nam) 
(Kenya)(Japan) 
(Mexico)(Japan) 
(Morocco)(Chile) 
(New Zealand)(Australia) 
(New Zealand)(Japan) 
(Peru)(European Union (Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO))) 
(Peru)(Spain) 
(Russian Federation)(Japan) 
(Switzerland)(<>)Switzerland will, in general, utilize existing DUS reports provided by any member of the Union.
(Switzerland)(Japan) 
(Turkey)(Spain) 
(Viet Nam)(Japan)