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ILDIS World Database of Legumes - School of Biological Sciences (University of Reading, UK) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Taxonomy
Images Application Profile A DC application profile for describing images held in institutional repositories.The application profile is based on the IAP Model, which is in turn based on FRBR . The model comprises 9 entities - Image, Manifestation, Copy, Agent, Object, Event, Place, Concept, Person. - Generic / peripheral - Application profile
INFOODS Standards for food composition data interchange International Network of Food Data Systems (INFOODS) was established in 1984 on the basis of the recommendations of an international group convened under the auspices of the United Nations University (UNU). Its goal was to stimulate and coordinate efforts to improve the quality and availability of food data worldwide and develop international standards to ensure that anyone any where would be able to obtain adequate and reliable food composition data. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), United Nations University Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Model
INFOODS Tagnames for Food Components This list of INFOODS Food Component Tagnames has been prepared from John C. Klensin, Diane Feskanich, Victor Lin, A. Stewart Truswell, David A. T. Southgate, Identification of Food Components for INFOODS Data Interchange, Tokyo: United Nations University, 1989, with updates through April 2005. The list will be periodically updated as new tags are assigned or definitions are clarified. These are the "food component" tags, occurring as immediate subsidiaries of the element. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), United Nations University Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition List
INSPIRE Data Specification for the spatial data theme Soil The INSPIRE directive came into force on 15 May 2007 and will be implemented in various stages, with full implementation required by 2019. The INSPIRE directive aims to create a European Union (EU) spatial data infrastructure. This will enable the sharing of environmental spatial information among public sector organisations and better facilitate public access to spatial information across Europe. A European Spatial Data Infrastructure will assist in policy-making across boundaries. Therefore the spatial information considered under the directive is extensive and includes a great variety of topical and technical themes. INSPIRE is a set of guidelines on different types of environmental spatial data: this document describes the INSPIRE Data Specification for the spatial data theme Soil. European Commission Joint Research Centre Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Model, Schema / element set
INSPIRE Data Specifications for Coordinate reference systems The theme establishes a structure for spatial referencing of features by coordinates. It refers to ISO 19111 adding a higher accuracy level. European Commission Joint Research Centre, INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Data specification, Model
INSPIRE Data Specifications for Geographical grid systems Geographical grids are an agreed, defined and harmonised grid net for Pan-Europe with standardised location and size of grid cells. Examples of cell sizes could be 10x10 m, 100x100 m, 1x1 km, 16x16 km. European Commission Joint Research Centre, INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Data specification, Model
INSPIRE Data Specifications for Geographical names A geographical name is a proper noun applied to a natural, man-made or cultural feature on Earth.  A feature can have different names in one or several languages and the names may be provided, together with appropriate information on the feature, in different products like maps and gazetteers as well as respective services.  A geographical name serves as a means to identify a location. Gazetteers and gazetteer services associate the names with corresponding features – or locations – by means of co-ordinates, feature types and/or other necessary information. A multi-lingual gazetteer (service) shall most probably be established as a part of INSPIRE. European Commission Joint Research Centre, INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Geospatial and geopolitical domain Data specification, Model
INSPIRE Data Specifications on Agricultural and aquaculture facilities The theme "Agricultural and Aquaculture Facilities" concerns the description of all the physical instruments and constructions with permanent or semi-permanent emplacement (inland or outland) that are related to agricultural and aquaculture activities. Agriculture refers to the set of process and activities consisting in cultivating soils, producing crops and rearing animals; it includes harvesting, milking, breeding animals, keeping animals for farming purposes, and, according to Council Regulation 73/2009, maintaining the land in good agricultural and environmental condition. Agricultural facilities include facilities ranging from entire holdings to installations such as irrigation systems, drainage systems, greenhouses, stables, barns, silos and tanks. European Commission Joint Research Centre, INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems Food and agriculture Farms and Farming Systems Data specification, Model, Schema / element set
INSPIRE Data Specifications on Atmospheric Conditions and Meteorological Geographical Features Physical conditions in the atmosphere. Includes spatial data based on measurements, on models or on a combination thereof and includes measurement locations.  The INSPIRE themes "Atmospheric Conditions” and "Meteorological Features” are covered together in one Data specification. These themes provide basic concepts and data models for environmental protection related activities requiring information on atmospheric conditions like weather, climate and air quality. European Commission Joint Research Centre, INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Data specification, Model
INSPIRE Data Specifications on Meteorological Geographical Features Weather conditions and their measurements; precipitation, temperature, evapotranspiration, wind speed and direction. The scope of 'Meteorological geographical features' thematic data should be limited to local-level high-resolution (weather-related) data, typically observations.  • This includes synoptic observations from stations making up the WMO RA VI (European) Regional Basic Synoptic Network. The WMO operates a dedicated network (the Global Telecommunications System) to distribute observations and data products. Data exchange is governed by WMO Resolution 40, which provides for fre     e and unrestricted exchange of observational data 'essential' for forecast activities. European Commission Joint Research Centre, INSPIRE Thematic Working Group Coordinate Reference Systems & Geographical Grid Systems Generic / peripheral Meteorology and Climatology; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Schema / element set
Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) is a set of standardized tools that aims at providing a "common currency" for classifying the severity and magnitude of food insecurity. This evidence-based approach uses international standards, which allow comparability of situations across countries and over time. It is based on consensus-building processes to provide decision makers with a rigorous analysis of food insecurity along with objectives for response in both emergency and development contexts. Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Classification scheme
Integrated Taxonomic Information System The ITIS includes documented taxonomic information of flora and fauna from both aquatic and terrestrial habitats. It contains information on plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world. For each scientific name, ITIS includes the authority (author and date), taxonomic rank, associated synonyms and vernacular names where available, a unique taxonomic serial number, data source information (publications, experts, etc.) and data quality indicators.  The ITIS and Species 2000 Catalogue of Life (CoL) partnership is proud to provide the taxonomic backbone to the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL).  Integrated Taxonomic Information System Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products; Plant Science and Plant Products Taxonomy
Inter-Active Terminology for Europe IATE is a multilingual terminology database covering agriculture, telecommunications, transport, legislation, finance etc. related to EU policy. It is constantly updated. - Generic / peripheral - Terminology
International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (Melbourne Code) The Melbourne Code contains agreed rules on the nomenclature of organisms. Electronic version of the original English text, adopted by the Seventeenth International Botanical Congress. Vienna, Austria, July 2005. The XVIII International Botanical Congress held in Melbourne, Australia in July 2011 made a number of very significant changes in the rules governing what has long been termed botanical nomenclature, although always covering algae and fungi as well as green plants. This edition of the Code embodies these decisions International Association for Plant Taxonomy Generic / peripheral Organisms; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Taxonomy
International Geosphere–Biosphere Programme (IGBP) land cover classification The International Geosphere–Biosphere Programme (IGBP) defines ecosystems surface classifications. International Geosphere–Biosphere Programme (IGBP) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Classification scheme, Glossary
International Labour Organization Thesaurus The ILO Thesaurus is a compilation of more than 4000 terms relating to the world of work. Every term is presented in English, French, and Spanish. Many of the terms are followed by definitions or explanatory notes.The ILO Thesaurus is a compilation of more than 4000 terms relating to the world of work. The ILO Thesaurus contains terms on a wide variety of topics related to economic and social development. Areas of major interest to the ILO are treated in detail. These include labour and employment policy, labour standards, labour administration, labour relations, vocational training, social protection, working conditions, wages, occupational safety and health, small enterprise, the informal economy and human rights in the workplace. The ILO Thesaurus is used primarily for the content analysis of material selected for inclusion in Labordoc. Familiarity with the ILO Thesaurus makes it easier to find material in Labordoc on a specific subject. The ILO Thesaurus is also used by other departments in the ILO for indexing and retrieving their own specific or local material. Staff of the International Labour Standards Department use it to summarize the contents of major labour legislation included in their database NATLEX. A number of specialized libraries in ILO partner institutions - governments, employers' organizations, trade unions - use the ILO Thesaurus as a tool for indexing and retrieval. As well, several ILO field offices use the facet numbers in the ILO Thesaurus to arrange their collections. Editors and translators also use the ILO Thesaurus as a specialized glossary International Labour Organization Generic / peripheral Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Thesaurus
International Land Coalition The International Land Coalition uses the Commitments from their Strategy to classify the topical areas of the resources they publish on their website. There is no particular hierarchy between the terms, nor are they used by any of the partner organizations within the Coalition. International Land Coalition Food and agriculture - List
International Standard Name Identifier The International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI) is an identifier for uniquely identifying the public identities of contributors to media content such as books, TV programmes, and newspaper articles. Such an identifier consists of 16 numerical digits divided into four blocks. It was developed under the auspices of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as Draft International Standard 27729; the valid standard was published on 15 March 2012. The ISO technical committee 46, subcommittee 9 (TC 46/SC 9) is responsible for the development of the standard. ISNI can be used for disambiguating names that might otherwise be confused, and links the data about names that are collected and used in all sectors of the media industries. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Generic / peripheral - Data specification
International Standard Statistical Classification of Aquatic Animals and Plants The International Standard Statistical Classification of Aquatic Animals and Plants (ISSCAAP) is used for the collection of capture and aquaculture fisheries statistics. ISSCAAP is a nomenclature developed by FAO to classify commercial species into 50 groups and 9 divisions on the basis of their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Fisheries and Aquaculture Classification scheme
IRRI Rice Thesaurus The thesaurus is a joint project of the IRRI Library and Documentation Service (LDS) and the Communication and Publications Services (CPS). It aims to make available standard terms used in rice production and ultimately, to facilitate the search and retrieval of rice information. National Agriculture Library, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Thesaurus
ISI Multilingual Glossary of Statistical Terms The present version of the ISI Multilingual Glossary of Statistical Terms is a continuation of the Internet usage and is intended to demonstrate the versatility of the information gathered, as well as providing a means for correcting and expanding the translations provided here with the help of the users. This Glossary witnesses ISI's strong commitment to the improvement of statistics and statistical sciences in developing countries. - Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension; Information Management Glossary
ISO 11783-10:2015 - Tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry -- Serial control and communications data network -- Part 10 SO 11783 as a whole specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and mounted, semi-mounted, towed, or self-propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensors, actuators, control elements, and information storage and display units, whether mounted on, or part of, the tractor or implement. ISO 11783-10:2015 describes the task controller applications layer International Standards Organisation Food and agriculture Farms and Farming Systems Data specification, Messaging standard
ISO 19144-2:2012 Geographic information - Classification systems -- Part 2: Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) ISO 19144-2:2012 specifies a Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) expressed as a UML metamodel that allows different land cover classification systems to be described based on the physiognomic aspects. ISO 19144-2:2012 also specifies the detailed structure of a register for the extension of LCML but does not specify the maintenance of the register. ISO 19144-2:2012 recognizes that there exist a number of land cover classification systems. It provides a common reference structure for the comparison and integration of data for any generic land cover classification system, but does not intend to replace those classification systems. International Standards Organisation Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Data specification, Model
ISO 19156:2011 Geographic information - Observations and measurements ISO 19156:2011 defines a conceptual schema for observations, and for features involved in sampling when making observations. These provide models for the exchange of information describing observation acts and their results, both within and between different scientific and technical communities. Observations commonly involve sampling of an ultimate feature-of-interest. ISO 19156:2011 defines a common set of sampling feature types classified primarily by topological dimension, as well as samples for ex-situ observations. The schema includes relationships between sampling features (sub-sampling, derived samples). International Standards Organisation Generic / peripheral Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Data specification
ISO 28258:2013 Soil quality - Digital exchange of soil-related data ISO 28258:2013 describes how to digitally exchange soil-related data. It aims to facilitate the exchange of valid, clearly described and specified soil-related data between individuals and organizations via digital systems, and enables any soil data producer, holder or user to find and transfer data in an unambiguous way. It contains definitions of features, several parameter specifications and encoding rules that allow consistent and retrievable data exchange. It also allows the explicit geo-referencing of soil data by building on other International Standards, thus facilitating the use of soil data within geographical information systems (GIS). Because soil data are of various origins and are obtained according to a huge variety of description and classification systems, ISO 28258:2013 provides no attribute catalogue, but a flexible approach to the unified encoding of soil data by implementing the provisions of ISO 19156 observations and measurements (OM) for use in soil science. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Model
ISO 3166 code lists Code lists extracted from ISO 3166-1 containing all short country names and alpha-2 code elements officially published by ISO. Updated whenever a change of country name and/or alpha-2 code element is made in ISO 3166-1. - Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain Name authority list
ISO 639-1:2002, Codes for the representation of names of languages — Part 1: Alpha-2 code It is the first part of the ISO 639 series of international standards for language codes. Part 1 covers the registration of two-letter codes. There are 184 two-letter codes registered as of October 2015. The registered codes cover the world's major languages. International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Austrian Standards Institute Generic / peripheral Language domain Code list, Data specification, Name authority list
ISO 8601 Data elements and interchange formats – Information interchange – Representation of dates and times ISO 8601 describes an internationally accepted way to represent dates and times using numbers.   International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Generic / peripheral - Data specification
ISO Animal Identification “Contains the structure of the radio-frequency identification code for animals. Does not specify the characteristics of the transmission protocols between transponder and transceiver.” “RF identification of animals requires that the bits transmitted by a transponder are interpretable by a transceiver. Usually the bit stream contains data bits, defining the identification code and a number of bits to ensure correct reception of the data bits. This International Standard specifies the structure of the identification code. This International Standard does not specify the characteristics of the transmission protocols between transponder and transceiver. These characteristics are the subject of ISO 11785.“   Obligatory across the EU for bovine animals (http://ec.europa.eu/food/animals/identification/bovine/index_en.htm).   International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products; Food and Human Nutrition Data specification, Messaging standard
ISO Metadata for Learning Resources ISO/IEC 19788 specifies metadata elements and their attributes for the description of learning resources. ISO/IEC 19788-2:2011 provides a base-level data element set for the description of learning resources, from the ISO 15836:2009 Dublin Core metadata element set, using the framework provided in ISO/IEC 19788-1:2011. Those data elements being cast into the metadata learning resources framework can be used with data elements defined in other parts, in order to address specific user communities' needs for extensions, modularization or refinement. ISO Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension Schema / element set
ISO/TS 19139:2007 Geographic information -- Metadata -- XML schema implementation XML schema (GMD) for the ISO 19115:2003 Geographic Information - Metadata..The objective of this International Standard is to provide a structure for describing digital geographic data. This International Standard defines metadata elements, provides a schema and establishes a common set of metadata terminology, definitions, and extension procedures. This International Standard defines the schema required for describing geographic information and services. It provides information about the identification, the extent, the quality, the spatial and temporal schema, spatial reference, and distribution of digital geographic data. ISO/TC 211 Organization, International Standards Organisation Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain Schema / element set
IWXXM (ICAO Meteorological Information Exchange Model) IWXXM (ICAO Meteorological Information Exchange Model) is a format for reporting weather information in XML/GML. IWXXM includes XML/GML-based representations for products standardized in International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex III and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) No. 49, Vol II, such as METAR/SPECI, TAF, SIGMET, AIRMET, Tropical Cyclone Advisory and Volcanic Ash Advisory. IWXXM products are used for operational exchanges of meteorological information for use in aviation. IWXXM 1.0 was introduced in October 2013, representing METAR, SPECI, TAF and SIGMET formats as specified in International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex III, Amendment 76. WXXM 2.0 was issued in August 2016 with the introduction of new products including AIRMET, Tropical Cyclone Advisory and Volcanic Ash Advisory, IWXXM is regulated by WMO in association with ICAO. WXXM, governed by FAA and Eurocontrol for international products outside of those represented by ICAO or WMO, predates IWXXM by several years and all WXXM products that have been officially incorporated into IWXXM should be considered deprecated International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), World Meteorological Organization Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Messaging standard, Schema / element set
JITA Classification System of Library and Information Science JITA is a classification schema of Library and Information Science (LIS). It is used by E-LIS, an international open repository for scientific papers in Library and Information Science, for indexing and searching. Currently JITA is available in English and has been translated into 14 languages (tr, el, nl, cs, fr, it, ro, ca, pt, pl, es, ar, sv, ru). JITA is also accessible as Linked Open Data, containing 3500 triples. E-LIS, E-prints in Library and Information Science Generic / peripheral Information Management; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Classification scheme
KML Google submitted KML (formerly Keyhole Markup Language) to the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) to be evolved within the OGC consensus process with the following goal: KML Version 2.2 has been adopted as an OGC implementation standard. Future versions may be harmonized with relevant OGC standards that comprise the OGC standards baseline. There are four objectives for this standards work:That there be one international standard language for expressing geographic annotation and visualization on existing or future web-based online and mobile maps (2d) and earth browsers (3d).That KML be aligned with international best practices and standards, thereby enabling greater uptake and interoperability of earth browser implementations.That the OGC and Google will work collaboratively to ensure that the KML implementer community is properly engaged in the process and that the KML community is kept informed of progress and issues.That the OGC process will be used to ensure proper life-cycle management of the KML Standard, including such issues as backwards compatibility. Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Generic / peripheral - Model, Schema / element set
Land cover and land use Terminology for integrated resources planning and management with AGL input. - Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Terminology
Land Cover CCI - Product User Guide The Climate Change Initiative (CCI) generates global Land Cover (LC) products with climatological 7-day time series representing seasonal dynamics of the land surface, Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) Surface Reflectance (SR) time series which served as input for generating the global land cover maps. The Product User Guide (PUG) is the reference product description, which describes data format, filenames, metadata and thematic content with the aim to familiarize users with the products. Climate Change Initiative (CCI) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment; Meteorology and Climatology; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Classification scheme, Glossary
Land Use categories in World Census of Agriculture FAO guidelines for countries to compile ther agricultural census statistics. The use of these guidelines by member countries ensures that the census results are harmonized and internationally comparable, and allows countries to benchmark their performance against others. It includes classifications of land use, land tenure, agricultural and irrigation practices. This classification is also used in the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Food and agriculture Farms and Farming Systems; Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Classification scheme, Glossary
Land Use classification in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Six broad land-use categories form the basis of estimating and reporting greenhouse gas emissions and removals from land use and land-use conversions. The land uses may be considered as top-level categories for representing all land-use areas, with sub-categories describing special circumstances significant to emissions estimation, and where data are available. The categories are broad enough to classify all land areas in most countries and to accommodate differences in national land-use classification systems, and may be readily stratified (e.g., by climate or ecological zones). The categories (and sub-categories) are intended to be identified through use of Approaches for representing land-use area data described in subsequent sections. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Food and agriculture - Classification scheme
LandVoc - the Linked Land Governance Thesaurus LandVoc is the standardized vocabulary for concepts relating to land governance, curated by the Land Portal Foundation. The Land Portal Foundation Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations; Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Thesaurus
Language Code Ontology The ontology contains langauges and their mappings to ISO 639 -1 and ISO 639-2 codes. - Generic / peripheral Language domain Ontology
LanguaL Thesaurus - International Framework for Food Description Originally created in synergy by several organizations (among the original members of the International LanguaL Steering Committee were FDA, USDA, International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC-WHO)), it is now maintained by Danish Food Informatics. It’s a broad thesaurus for describing, capturing and retrieving data about food. In particular, it includes sub-classifications from different EU, US and international classification systems (like CIAA, Eurocode2, USDA, Codex Alimentarius). LanguaL facilitates links to many different food data banks and contributes to coherent data exchange. In total, more than 40000 European, North American foods and foods from other countries are now LanguaL indexed. United States Food and Drug Administration, Danish Food Informatics Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Thesaurus
Lentil Ontology CGIAR Lentil Ontology beta version - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Lexique bilingue des textes et des données sur l'eau Lexique bilingue des textes et des données sur l'eau - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Library of Congress Authorities The Library of Congress Authorities allows to search, view, browse and save approximately: 265,000 subject authority records; 5.3 million name authority records (ca. 3.8 million personal, 900,000 corporate, 120,000 meeting, and 90,000 geographic names); 350,000 series and uniform title authority records; and 340,000 name/title authority records. Associated references and scope notes are also provided Library of Congress Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Information Management Name authority list
Library of Congress Subject Headings Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) has been actively maintained since 1898 to catalog materials held at the Library of Congress. By virtue of cooperative cataloging other libraries around the United States also use LCSH to provide subject access to their collections. In addition LCSH is used internationally, often in translation. LCSH in this service includes all Library of Congress Subject Headings, free-floating subdivisions (topical and form), Genre/Form headings, Children's (AC) headings, and validation strings* for which authority records have been created. The content includes a few name headings (personal and corporate), such as William Shakespeare, Jesus Christ, and Harvard University, and geographic headings that are added to LCSH as they are needed to establish subdivisions, provide a pattern for subdivision practice, or provide reference structure for other terms. This content is expanded beyond the print issue of LCSH (the "red books") with inclusion of validation strings. The Library of Congress Generic / peripheral - Name authority list
Linked life data Linked Life Data (LLD) is a data-as-a-service platform that provides access to 25 public biomedical databases through a single access point. The service allows writing of complex data analytical queries, answering complex bioinformatics questions such as 'give me all human genes located in Y-chromosome with the known molecular interactions'; simply navigate through the information, or export subsets like 'all approved drugs and their brand names'. The service offers two different access levels:LLD Public - completely free anonymous access for developing proof-of-concept applications with no hosting and data setup costs. LLD Enterprise - premium service access for matured applications, which guarantees extra features. partially funded by Linked Life Data and the EU IST projects, KHRESMOI (FP7-257528) and LarKC (FP7-215535) Food and agriculture - Encyclopedia
Linked Open Data (LOD)-enabled bibliographical data LODE-BD aims to support the selection of appropriate encoding strategies for producing meaningful Linked Open Data (LOD)-enabled bibliographical data (directly or indirectly). The LODE-BD recommendations are applicable for structured data describing bibliographic resources such as articles, monographs, theses, conference papers, presentation materials, research reports, learning objects, etc. – in print or electronic format. Food and Agriculture Organization Generic / peripheral - Application profile
Listing of Useful Plants of the World Listing includes over 4200 plant species. - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Taxonomy
Maize Ontology Maize Ontology - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
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