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Crop Vocabulary Crop Vocabulary (CVO) is the core vocabulary of crop names to solve interoperability and machine-readability on crop names.Crop concepts in CVO are represented not only by organism names (“Cucumber”), but also by organism names with added information, such as edible parts Each concept of Crop concepts in CVO contains the scientific name (“Cucumis sativus”), the representative common name in both Japanese and English , and synonyms. CVO contains 1249 crop names (2018.5.2, v. 1.52), and links external vocabularies such as Wikipedia, AGROVOC, and NCBI Taxonomy. Sungmin Joo (NII), Hideaki Takeda (NII), Akane Takezaki (NARO) Food and agriculture Agricultural Research, Technology and Engineering Ontology
Crop-wild relatives Ontology The Ontology contains a subset of about 400 terms highly relevant to crop wild relatives. Terms with high relevance to CWR domain are grouped into themes, roughly corresponding to AGROVOC (top level) categories, or indicatives of the thematic sources from which the terms were collected (biological, geographical on-line dictionaries etc), with an attempt to balance the number of terms between the groups. For the import into the ontology structure the themes were converted to namespaces in order to preserve the grouping and allow manipulation within ontology client programs on terms based on namespace grouping. Before the import the namespaces were slightly modified and adapted to some other existing ontologies. The ontology is available as OWL Full. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
CSDILA cadastral template The "Cadastral Template 2.0" has been developed by a research group at the Centre for SDIs and Land administration, Department of Infrastructure Engineering of the University of Melbourne and it was established under UN mandate by Resolution 4 of the 16th UNRCC-AP in Okinawa, Japan in July 2003. The cadastral template is based on a raster of 17 data fields and supports the description of a cadaster system in a country. University of Melbourne, University of Melbourne. Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures & Land Administration (CSDILA) Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Schema / element set
Darwin Core (1.0 and 2.0) Darwin Core (DwC) is a simple set of data element definitions designed to support the sharing and integration of primary biodiversity data. The DwC is a specification of data concepts and structure intended to support the retrieval and integration of primary data that documents the occurrence of organisms in space and time and the occurrence of organisms in biological collections. GBIF Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Organisms Schema / element set, Ontology
Data Catalog Vocabulary DCAT is an RDF vocabulary designed to facilitate interoperability between data catalogs published on the Web. This document defines the schema and provides examples for its use. By using DCAT to describe datasets in data catalogs, publishers increase discoverability and enable applications easily to consume metadata from multiple catalogs. It further enables decentralized publishing of catalogs and facilitates federated dataset search across sites. Aggregated DCAT metadata can serve as a manifest file to facilitate digital preservation. W3C Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) The Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) is an international standard for describing the data produced by surveys and other observational methods in the social, behavioral, economic, and health sciences. DDI is a free standard that can document and manage different stages in the research data lifecycle, such as conceptualization, collection, processing, distribution, discovery, and archiving. Documenting data with DDI facilitates understanding, interpretation, and use -- by people, software systems, and computer networks. Use DDI to Document, Discover, and Interoperate! DDI Alliance Generic / peripheral Information Management; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Schema / element set
Data Plot Sheet DAPLOS is an EDIFACT message present in the UN/CEFACT Directory D.05B. This is a syntax to represent data concerning input and techniques used on crops with the intention to facilitate information exchange with suppliers, traders and other partners in the agrifood supply chain. It is a messaging format for EDIFACT. It is focussed on crops grown on a specific “plot” i.e. field or geographical area. It enables the farmer to specify the type of crop grown on the plot, the variety, preceding crops, any pesticides or herbicides used, etc. and allows an ebXML message to be created. The standard covers - General points on the plot sheet (dates, species, variety, area, contracts, etc.) - History of the plot (previous crops, enrichment, etc.) - Analysis (details of soil analyses carried out on the plot.) - Events (i.e. all events such as observations, advice, actions taken, etc.)   EDIFACT, United Nations Food and agriculture Agricultural Research, Technology and Engineering; Farms and Farming Systems Messaging standard
DBpedia DBpedia is a crowd-sourced community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia and make this information available on the Web. DBpedia allows you to ask sophisticated queries against Wikipedia, and to link the different data sets on the Web to Wikipedia data. We hope that this work will make it easier for the huge amount of information in Wikipedia to be used in some new interesting ways. Furthermore, it might inspire new mechanisms for navigating, linking, and improving the encyclopedia itself.The English version of the DBpedia knowledge base describes 4.58 million things, out of which 4.22 million are classified in a consistent ontology, including 1,445,000 persons, 735,000 places (including 478,000 populated places), 411,000 creative works (including 123,000 music albums, 87,000 films and 19,000 video games), 241,000 organizations (including 58,000 companies and 49,000 educational institutions), 251,000 species and 6,000 diseases. OpenLink Software Generic / peripheral - Ontology
DBpedia Food class DBpedia defines a number of properties to describe an entity of type "Food", "any eatable or drinkable substance that is normally consumed by humans". DBpedia Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Ontology
DCMI Government Application Profile DCMI Government Application Profile is an application profile that clarifies the use of Dublin Core in a Government context. It was prepared by the Managing Information for e-Government (MIReG) group in conjunction with the DCMI-Government Working Group DCMI Generic / peripheral - Application profile
DCMI Metadata Terms DCMI Metadata Terms is an authoritative specification of all metadata terms maintained by Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) -- elements, element refinements, encoding schemes, and vocabulary terms (the DCMI Type Vocabulary). DCMI Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Dewey Decimal Classification The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), or Dewey Decimal System, is a proprietary library classification system first published in the United States by Melvil Dewey in 1876.It has been revised and expanded through 23 major editions, the latest issued in 2011, and has grown from a four-page pamphlet in 1876 with fewer than 1,000 classes to a four volume set. It is also available in an abridged version suitable for smaller libraries. It is currently maintained by the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), a library research center. OCLC licenses access to an online version, WebDewey, for catalogers, and has an experimental linked data version on the Web with open access. The Decimal Classification introduced the concepts of relative location and relative index which allow new books to be added to a library in their appropriate location based on subject. Libraries previously had given books permanent shelf locations that were related to the order of acquisition rather than topic. The classification's notation makes use of three-digit Arabic numerals for main classes, with fractional decimals allowing expansion for further detail. A library assigns a classification number that unambiguously locates a particular volume in a position relative to other books in the library based on its subject matter. This makes it possible to find any particular book using the number, and to return it to its proper place on the library shelves. The classification system is used in 200,000 libraries in at least 135 countries. OCLC Generic / peripheral - Classification scheme
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)® Kernel Declaration The DOI® Kernel (or DOI Resource Metadata Kernel Declaration to give it its full name) is the IDF’s standard for a minimal public declaration of metadata to enable the simple discovery and disambiguation of created resources identified with a DOI name. The DOI Kernel Declaration provides a basic set of interoperable, descriptive metadata exists so that DOI names can be discovered and disambiguated across multiple services and Application Profiles in a coherent way. International DOI Foundation Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Directory Interchange Format approved standard recommended for use in NASA Earth Science Data Systems in September 2008. It inlcudes elements focusing on instruments that capture data, temporal and spatial characteristics of the data, and projects with which the dataset is associated. It is defined as a W3C XML Schema.  The DIF metadata model is compatible with the ISO 19115 metadata model. While the DIF is compatible with ISO 19115, there is a feeling among some metadata providers that the DIF should be superseded by ISO 19115. Global Change Master Directory, NASA, NASA Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Schema / element set
DNL Metadata Terms Built as an extension and Japanese translation of Dublin Core elements, this vocabulary is published by the National Diet Library (Japan National Library) and used in the publication of its catalog records. - Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
DPLA Metadata Application Profile The DPLA Metadata Application Profile (MAP) is the basis for how metadata is structured and validated in DPLA, and guides how metadata is stored, serialized, and made available through our API in JSON-LD. The MAP is based on the Europeana Data Model (EDM), and integrates the experience and specific needs for aggregating the metadata of America’s cultural heritage institutions. Digital Public Library of America Generic / peripheral - Application profile
Dublin Core Collections Application Profile Specifies how to construct a DC metadata description set that provides a collection level description, including a broad range of collections as well catalogues and indexes. DCMI Generic / peripheral - Application profile
Dublin Core Library Application Profile Clarifies the use of the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set in libraries and library-related applications and projects. DCMI Generic / peripheral - Application profile
Dublin Core Metadata Element Set The Dublin Core (DC) Metadata Element Set is a vocabulary of fifteen properties for use in resource description. The name "Dublin" is due to its origin at a 1995 invitational workshop in Dublin, Ohio; "core" because its elements are broad and generic, usable for describing a wide range of resources.The fifteen element "Dublin Core" described in this standard is part of a larger set of metadata vocabularies and technical specifications maintained by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI). The full set of vocabularies, DCMI Metadata Terms [DCMI-TERMS], also includes sets of resource classes (including the DCMI Type Vocabulary [DCMI-TYPE]), vocabulary encoding schemes, and syntax encoding schemes. The terms in DCMI vocabularies are intended to be used in combination with terms from other, compatible vocabularies in the context of application profiles and on the basis of the DCMI Abstract Model [DCAM] DCMI Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Durum Wheat The durum wheat ontology (DURUM_WHEAT) is dedicated to the sustainability analysis of the durum wheat chain.Current data available on this ontology concern durum wheat quality criteria criteria used in different countries (Moisture content rate, chemical content, etc.). Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) Food and agriculture - Ontology
EARTh Thesaurus {Not accessible anymore?] EARTh terminological content is derived from various multilingual and monolingual sources of controlled environmental terminology:GEMET - GEneral Multilingual Environmental Thesaurus EnvDev,the Terminological Bulletin for the Rio de Janeiro Conference on Environment and Development Earth Sciences Thesaurus plus other thesauri and documents concerning specific sectors like inland waters, pollution and climate changes, environmental safety and disasters management, etc.. The selection, as well as the semantic and morphological processing of this terminology, is still in progress, and requires the management of problems connected with the utilization of multiple sources, developed in different operational fields and characterized by different approaches, concerning conceptual structuring and terminological representation. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Thesaurus
eCert - XML for Sanitary & Phytosanitary Certificates “eCert is a message standard used in electronic transmission between government inspection and quarantine authorities involved in border clearance activities for agricultural products. The eCert Data Standard and Message Structure has been recognized by UN/CEFACT as a standard for government to government (G2G) exchange of sanitary and phytosanitary certificates. The eCert standard is based on an established business processes that operates in accordance with international standards and best practice.” United Nations, CEFACT Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products; Farms and Farming Systems; Food and Human Nutrition Messaging standard
ECMWF weather variables - European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Code list
Ecological Metadata Language Ecological Metadata Language (EML) is a metadata specification developed by the ecology discipline and for the ecology discipline. It is based on prior work done by the Ecological Society of America and associated efforts. EML is implemented as a series of XML document types that can by used in a modular and extensible manner to document ecological data. The Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity (KNB) Generic / peripheral Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Schema / element set
EDAM bioinformatics operations, data types, formats, identifiers and topics EDAM is an ontology of well established, familiar concepts that are prevalent within bioinformatics, including types of data and data identifiers, data formats, operations and topics. EDAM is a simple ontology - essentially a set of terms with synonyms and definitions - organised into an intuitive hierarchy for convenient use by curators, software developers and end-users. EDAM is suitable for large-scale semantic annotations and categorization of diverse bioinformatics resources. EDAM is also suitable for diverse application including for example within workbenches and workflow-management systems, software distributions, and resource registries EDAM Core Developers Food and agriculture - Ontology
Education Network Australia (EdNA) Metadata Standard Based on Dublin Core Metadata Element Set and is consistent with the Australian Government Locator Service (AGLS). - Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension Schema / element set
EFSA FoodEx 2 EFSA has developed a standardised food classification and description system called FoodEx2 (version 2 of the EFSA Food classification and description system for exposure assessment). The system consists of descriptions of a large number of individual food items aggregated into food groups and broader food categories in a hierarchical parent-child relationship. Central to the system is a core list of food items or generic food descriptions that represent the minimum level of detail needed for intake or exposure assessments. More detailed terms can be found on the “extended list”.  The current version has seven hierarchies: five domain-specific and a general purpose one available for the users, and a service hierarchy (master hierarchy) for the management of the terminology. Facets are used to add further detail to the information provided by the food list term. Facets are collections of additional terms describing properties and aspects of foods from various perspectives. European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Classification scheme
EFSA Standard sample description for food and feed The EFSA standard is used to describe food samples in order to track the prevalence of biological risks, contaminants and chemical residues (from pesticides and herbicides). The intention is to ensure harmonised data collection across the EU. The standard is used by EI/EEA governments to send sample data to EFSA. The standard provides standardised data elements, controlled terminologies and validation rules. Controlled vocabularies have been established for all data elements or are inherited from ISO standards. European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Messaging standard
Electronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language “ebXML (Electronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language), is a modular suite of specifications that enables enterprises of any size and in any geographical location to conduct business over the Internet. Using ebXML, companies now have a standard method to exchange business messages, conduct trading relationships, communicate data in common terms and define and register business processes” (h ttp://ebxml.xml.org/overview ). ebXML provide five types of specification: Business processes, Core data components, Collaboration protocol and agreements, Messaging services, and Registries and repositories. The Core Components have been implemented in the Universal Business Language which provides an XML schema for business documents. Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS), CEFACT, United Nations Generic / peripheral - Messaging standard
Electronic Theses and Dissertations Metadata Standard Institutions dealing with electronic theses and dissertations have all developed their own standards or adapted existing metadata standards. These metadata standards all attempt to describe the author, the work, and the context in which the work was produced in a way that will be useful to the researcher as well as the librarians and/or technical staff maintaining the work in its electronic form. This document is not a replacement for the metadata schemes developed for a particular university or environment. Rather, this document should be used as a guideline to develop a faithful cross-walk between local metadata standards and a single standard used for sharing information about ETDs The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension Schema / element set
Encoded Archival Description EAD stands for Encoded Archival Description, and is a non-proprietary de facto standard for the encoding of finding aids for use in a networked (online) environment. Finding aids are inventories, indexes, or guides that are created by archival and manuscript repositories to provide information about specific collections.The EAD Document Type Definition (DTD) is a standard for encoding archival finding aids using Extensible Markup Language (XML). The standard is maintained in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office of the Library of Congress (LC) in partnership with the Society of American Archivists. Network Development and MARC Standards Office Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Encyclopedia of Life The Encyclopedia of Life is an ecosystem of Web sites that makes all key information about all life on Earth freely accessible. The portal contains about 25 exemplar species pages and tens of thousands of additional species pages authenticated by scientists, in addition to about 1 million minimal species pages. National Centers for Biomedical Computing Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products Encyclopedia
EnergyPlus Weather File (EPW) EnergyPlus is a whole building energy simulation program that engineers, architects, and researchers use to model both energy consumption—for heating, cooling, ventilation, lighting and plug and process loads—and water use in buildings. EnergyPlus is a free, open-source console-based program that reads input and writes output to text files. It ships with a number of utilities including IDF-Editor for creating input files using a simple spreadsheet-like interface, US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Binary / text data format, Data dictionary, Messaging standard
Enterprise Information Management Policy(EIMP) This procedure applies to Information, regardless of the format, produced by, funded by, or received per regulated reporting and/or federal-wide requirements and subsequently held or cataloged in information management systems by the EPA. This includes, but is not limited to, research, programmatic, operational, administrative information, as well as those that are considered Confidential Unclassified Information (CUI) resources information. CUI includes, but is not limited to, current and future standards for classifications of information and data such as:  Enforcement Confidential o Attorney-Client Privilege  Confidential Business Information (CBI) / Trade Secret  CBI contract materials o Scientific research not yet published  Personally Identifiable Information (PII) United States Environment Protection Agency - - Application profile
Environment Ontology Ontology of environmental features and habitats Envo Administrators, Wheat Data Interoperability Working Group Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Ontology
Environment Ontology for Livestock The EOL ontology describes environmental conditions of livestock breeding. It includes feeding modalities, the structure of breeding systems and their environment - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
ERIC Education Resource Information Center Thesaurus The Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors (Thesaurus) is a controlled vocabulary - a selected list of education-related words and phrases assigned to ERIC records to organize them by subject and make them easier to retrieve through a search Education Resources Information Center, US Department of Education Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension Thesaurus
EuroVoc EuroVoc is a multilingual, multidisciplinary thesaurus covering the activities of the EU, the European Parliament in particular. It contains terms in 23 EU languages (Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish), plus Serbian. EuroVoc is managed by the Publications Office, which moved forward to ontology-based thesaurus management and semantic web technologies conformant to W3C recommendations as well as latest trends in thesaurus standards. EuroVoc users include the European Parliament, the Publications Office, national and regional parliaments in Europe, plus national governments and private users around the world. European Union Generic / peripheral - Thesaurus
Events Metadata Language Events Metadata Language (EventsML) is a new XML based standard the IPTC has started to develop. This standard is intended for exchanging information about the following subjects: Event publishing, Event planning, and Event coverage. International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Experimental Factor Ontology The Experimental Factor Ontology (EFO) is an application focused ontology modelling the experimental variables in multiple resources at the EBI and the Centre for Therapeutic Target Validation. The ontology has been developed to increase the richness of the annotations that are currently made in resources and to promote consistent annotation, to facilitate automatic annotation and to integrate external data. The ontology pulls together classes from reference ontologies such as disease, cell line, cell type and anatomy and adds axiomatisation as necessary to connect areas such as disease to phenotype. Contact EFO users list for information: efo-users@lists.sourceforge.net The European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) Food and agriculture - Ontology
FAO Definitions and Classification of Land Use, Agricultural Practices and Irrigation Definitions and Classification of Land Use, Agricultural Practices and Irrigation. Used in FAOSTAT. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Farms and Farming Systems; Rural and Agricultural Sociology Classification scheme, Glossary
FAO Fisheries Commodities Classification The FAO International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishery Commodities (ISSCFC) has been developed for the collation of national data in its fishery commodities production and trade databases. The ISSCFC is an expansion of the United Nations Standard International Trade Classification, Revision 3 (SITC Rev.3) developed by the United Nations' Statistical Office on the basis of earlier international work on the subject.Read more Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Fisheries and Aquaculture Classification scheme
FAO food security indicators An initial set of indicators aiming to capture various aspects of food insecurity. The choice of the indicators has been informed by expert judgment and the availability of data with sufficient coverage to enable comparisons across regions and over time. Many of these indicators are produced and published elsewhere by FAO and other international organizations. They are reported here in a single database with the aim of building a wide food security information system. More indicators will be added to this set as more data will become available. Indicators are classified along the four dimension of food security -- availability, access, utilization and stability.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition; Health and Pathology List
FAO Glossary of Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture The 'Glossary of Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture' is a revised, augmented version of the 'Glossary of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering' published by FAO in 1999. The idea for such a collection of terminology associated with the rapidly expanding fields related to or deriving from biotechnology and genetic engineering, was stimulated by the difficulty of communicating effectively in discussions at intergovernmental level. On various occasions, simple differences of interpretation of terminology have threatened to de-rail negotiations of international importance. This Glossary tries to provide a consolidated, comprehensive and yet accessible list of terms and acronyms that are used regularly in biotechnology for food and agriculture and that represent a convenient reference source for researchers, students and technicians. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Glossary
FAO Land Cover Classification System The Land Cover Classification System (LCCS) is a comprehensive, standardized a priori classification system, designed to meet specific user requirements, and created for mapping exercises, independent of the scale or means used to map. Any land cover identified anywhere in the world can be readily accommodated. The classification uses a set of independent diagnostic criteria that allow correlation with existing classifications and legends. Land cover classes are defined by a combination of a set of independent diagnostic criteria - the so-called classifiers - that are hierarchically arranged to assure a high degree of geographical accuracy. Because of the heterogeneity of land cover, the same set of classifiers cannot be used to define all land cover types. The hierarchical structure of the classifiers may differ from one land cover type to another. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Forest Science and Forest Products; Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Classification scheme
FAO Technical Knowledge Classification Scheme - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture - Classification scheme
FAO Terminology A multilingual terminology database in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish and Italian. Some records also show the Scientific Name. The database is continuously being developed to achieve language parity, include new technical terms and update titles. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture - Terminology
FAO-IPGRI Multi-Crop Passport Ontology FAO/IPGRI Multi-Crop Passport Descriptor formalized as an ontology. Adapted from FAO/Bioversity Multi-Crop Passport Descriptors, December 2015 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Bioversity International Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
FAO/Bioversity Multi-Crop Passport Descriptors The FAO/Bioversity Multi-Crop Passport Descriptors (MCPD V.2) is the result of a thorough revision of the publication originally released by FAO/IPGRI in 2001, which has been widely used as the international standard to facilitate germplasm passport information exchange. In this improved version, the 2001 list of descriptors has been expanded to accommodate emerging documentation needs, derived inter alia from the entry into force of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture and its Multilateral System for access and benefit-sharing, and from technological changes such as the broader use of GPS tools.The descriptors are compatible with Bioversity’s crop descriptor lists, with the descriptors used by the FAO World Information and Early Warning System (WIEWS) on plant genetic resources (PGR), and the GENESYS global portal. For an RDF version of the descriptors, see the FAO-IPGRI Multi-Crop Passport Ontology. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Bioversity International Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Schema / element set
FAOLEX Glossary FAOLEX is a comprehensive and up-to-date computerized legislative database, one of the world's largest electronic collection of national laws and regulations on food, agriculture and renewable natural resources. Resources are indexed againsta Glossary of terms with definitions and translations. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Glossary
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