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  • Классификатор понятий растительного мира (текущий классификатор)
  • Таксономическая классификация растений

    Значения в текущем классификаторе: | анатомия растений | биохимия растений | болезни растений = фитопатология | ботаника | ботанические научные журналы | ботанические сады | генетика растений | география растений, флора | гербарные коллекции | другое о растениях | коллекции растений | медицинская ботаника | морфология растений | общая (теоретическая) ботаника | охрана растений | систематика растений | физиология растений | филогения растений | частная (прикладная) ботаника | экология растений |

    Всего документов: 20

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      American Society of Plant Biologists (The American Society of Plant Biologists)
    The American Society of Plant Biologists was founded in 1924 to promote the growth and development of plant biology, to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant scientists in general.
      BioImages - Virtual Field-Guide (UK)
    Виртуальный полевой определитель (Великобритания).
      California Academy of Sciences, US. Botany
    The Botany Department was founded as part of the California Academy of Natural Sciences in 1853. The early herbarium (now CAS) included specimens collected by Dr. Albert Kellogg, a medical practitioner and one of the founders of the Academy. Over the next fifty years, Kellogg's collections were augmented by the collections of Dr. John Allen Veatch, Dr. Hans Herman Behr (author of the first flora of San Francisco), William G.W. Harford, Dr. Gustav Eisen, Dr. Katherine Layne Curran Brandegee, and Miss Alice Eastwood. These early collections of California, Oregon, Alaska, Baja California, and other parts of western North America were some of the most important of their day.
      Maize Mapping Project
    Overview of Ontologies and Controlled Vocabularies: Controlled vocabulary terms, retrieved from an appropriate ontology, facilitate the assignment of descriptive biological and botanical terms to genetic map and physical map data. The resultant mapping facilitates data retrieval and comprehension of data within a database. The application of ontology products should also facilitate the communication between plant-based databases (interoperability), providing a uniform platform for queries based on controlled vocabularies. The terms used in the controlled vocabularies are derived from internationally published sources.
      Natural Selection: subject gateway to the natural world (University of Nottingham)
    Natural Selection is a gateway to quality, evaluated Internet resources in the natural world - subject coverage includes botany, zoology, palaeontology, ecology and environmental science. The service aims to help anyone with a purposeful interest in these subjects - from school children to senior researchers - locate quality, relevant Internet resources quickly and reliably.
      Open Biomedical Ontologies
    This site contains ontologies and points to some other efforts within the community. Ideally we see a range of ontologies being designed for biomedical domains. Some of these will be generic and apply across all organisms and others will be more restricted in scope, for example to specific taxonomic groups.
      Plant Ontology Consortium (Plant Ontology Consortium)
    Plant Ontology Consortium (POC) aims to develop, curate and share controlled vocabularies (ontologies) that describe plant structures and growth/ developmental stages providing a semantic framework for meaningful cross-species queries across databases. The first task of the POC project is to efficiently integrate diverse vocabularies currently in use to describe anatomy, morphology and growth and developmental stages in Arabidopsis, maize and rice. In coming years, POC will extend this controlled vocabulary to encompass Fabaceae, Solanaceae and other plant families.
      Royal Botanic Garden, Kew
    Сайт Королевского ботанического сада, Кью
      Science Search
    Science Search wants to make it possible to find accurate and helpful information in scientific areas.
      Wild Flower Society
    Сайт Британского общества любителей ботаники и дикорастущих цветов.

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