animal life

Catalogue of Life

"The Catalogue of Life (CoL) is the nearest thing to a comprehensive catalogue of all known species of organisms on Earth. Continuous progress is made towards completion, and this edition contains 1,639,016 living and 5,763 extinct species. Please note that this is probably just over three quarters of the world's known species. This means that for many groups it continues to be deficient, and users will notice that many species are still missing from the Catalogue.

Noms de mamífers marins

"Aquesta obra, Noms de mamífers marins, és un diccionari descriptiu elaborat per Jordi Lleonart, amb l'assessorament terminològic del TERMCAT i el suport de la Secció de Ciències Biològiques de l’Institut d’Estudis Catalans. Conté més de 350 noms catalans de mamífers marins en correspondència amb uns 150 noms científics, presentats en fitxes terminològiques referides a tàxons zoològics, en què es mostren les fonts de documentació.

"This work, Names of marine mammals is a descriptive dictionary compiled by Jordi Lleonart with terminology TERMCAT advice and support of the Biological Sciences Section of the Institute of Catalan Studies. It contains more than 350 names Catalan marine mammals in correspondence with about 150 scientific names, presented in sheets terminology related taxa zoos, which are sources of documentation.

Thesaurus for Soil Invertebrate Trait-based Approaches

"The T-SITA proposes a non-exhaustive, semantically structured, list of traits and ecological preferences. Terms are organized into a conceptual hierarchical tree with their fathers and sons ('Browse hierarchy' tab). Each term is conceptually included into its father term. For instance, the 'Reproduction type' trait term was included in the father term 'Physiology'. It means that the concept linked to the 'Reproduction type' term is included into the concept linked to the 'Physiology' term. 'Reproduction type' has two son terms: 'Asexual reproduction' and 'Sexual reproduction'.

Tesauro de Biología Animal

"El Tesauro ICYT de Biología Animal, desarrollado en el marco de dicho proyecto, nació de la necesidad concreta de normalizar, actualizar y estructurar los términos científicos utilizados para el análisis documental en el campo de la Biología Animal. No existiendo ningún otro tesauro sobre este tema en lengua española, era preciso proceder a su creación, considerándose esta opción más adecuada que la traducción y adaptación de un tesauro en lengua extranjera, debido a que se adaptaba mejor a las necesidades concretas de la mencionada base de datos.

"The ICYT Thesaurus of Animal Biology, developed within the framework of this project, was born from the concrete need to standardize, update and structure the scientific terms used for documentary analysis in the field of Animal Biology.There is no other thesaurus on this This option was more appropriate than the translation and adaptation of a thesaurus in a foreign language, because it was better adapted to the specific needs of that database.

Swiss Wildlife Information Service Schlagwortkataloge (Thesaurus)

"Schlagwörter (deutsch, englisch): alphabetisch geordnete Liste zur Wiedergabe des Inhalts einer Publikation; synonym verwendete Begriffe stehen hinter dem Schlagwort in Klammern („beinhaltet auch“), Verweise auf ähnliche Schlagwörter stehen darunter („siehe unter“). Geographie: alphabetisch (deutsch, englisch) oder systematisch (deutsch, englisch). Parasitologie/Krankheiten (deutsch, englisch): Für Krankheiten werden die jeweiligen Erreger als Schlagwörter verwendet, die Krankheiten sind als Synonyme aufgelistet."

"Keywords (German, English): alphabetically arranged list for the reproduction of the content of a publication, synonymously used terms are placed behind the keyword in brackets (" also includes "), references to similar keywords are listed under") (German, English) or systematically (German, English) Parasitology / Diseases (German, English): For diseases the respective pathogens are used as keywords, diseases are listed as synonyms."

New Zealand Threat Classification System

"The New Zealand Threat Classification System's long-term goal is to list all extant species that exist here according to their threat of extinction. The system is made up of manuals and corresponding taxa status lists. The status of each species group (birds, plants, reptiles, etc.) is assessed over a 3-year cycle."

Agrotezaver: Flora in Favna

"Prek svetovnega spleta (WWW) je dostopno nešteto seznamov rastlin in živali, in to v najrazličnejših jezikih. V slovenščini je prek spleta na voljo zelo malo tovrstnih informacij, zlasti za živali. Obstajajo sicer nekateri geografsko določeni pregledi po posameznih vrstah, npr. za Triglavski narodni park ali za nekatere naravne rezervate, ni pa najti takih seznamov, kjer bi se uporabniki lahko poučili tako o slovenskih kot hkrati latinskih in angleških imenih.

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