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The 1994 CBE (Council of Biology Editors) manual, Scientific Style and Format, describes two systems of documentation, the citation-sequence system and the name-year system. This handout provides guidelines for each system. (For a class paper, check to see if your instructor prefers one of these systems ... [Information of the supplier]
The objective of the working group is to foster accessibility of existing and emerging biological collection data banks at the international level by developing proposals for data and metadata standards. The groups long-term objectives:a) Foment standardization of the terminology used to model biological ... [Information of the supplier]
The goal of the National Center for Biomedical Ontology is to support biomedical researchers in their knowledge-intensive work, by providing online tools and a Web portal enabling them to access, review, and integrate disparate ontological resources in all aspects of biomedical investigation and clinical ... [Information of the supplier]
The Experimental Factor Ontology (EFO) is an application focused ontology modelling the experimental factors in ArrayExpress. The ontology has been developed to increase the richness of the annotations that are currently made in the ArrayExpress repository, to promote consistent annotation, to facilitate ... [Information of the supplier]
BioPortal is a Web-based application for accessing and sharing ontologies. BioPortal provides functionality to browse and search across all ontologies, supports views/slims/value sets and mappings between ontologies. [Information of the supplier]
GONUTS is a Gene Ontology Normal Usage Tracking System. The GONUTS wiki has been set up to provide third-party documentation for users of the Gene Ontology Project. The GO wiki is not an official product of the GO consortium. It was built by users at TAMU for newcomers to GO who want to explore GO usage. ... [Information of the supplier]
The International Committee on Bionomenclature (ICB) was created in 1995 by joint decision of the International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS) and the International Union of Microbiological Societies (IUMS) to explore ways and means to harmonise the various sets of international rules governing the ... [Information of the supplier]
The Semantic Network Service (SNS) of the Federal Environment Agency provides support for all questions concerning environmental terms including the common place names. SNS contains a bi-lingual (German/English) semantic network which consists of three components.: (1) the Environmental Thesaurus UmThes® ... [Information of the supplier]
Biodiversity information constitutes an important source of knowledge for many disciplines. For example, it is fundamental to supporting conservation and for understanding the potential impacts of climate change. External and internal factors call for an urgent modernization of the production and ... [Information of the supplier]
If two different species, genera or other taxons have the same name, this name is a homonym. Homonyms are illegal if they belong to the same code of nomenclature. If same name belongs to different codes, it is a hemihomonym (Starobogatov, 1991). Despite of their validity, hemihomonyms are misleading and ... [Information of the supplier]
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