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Formalizing Botanical Taxonomies [chapter]

Uta Priss
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The process of formalizing botanical taxonomies with formal concept analysis methods highlights such problems and can serve as a foundation for solutions.  ...  Because botanical taxonomies are prototypical classifications it would seem that it should be easy to formalize them as concept lattices or type hierarchies.  ...  Conclusion This paper provides the foundation for a mathematical formalization of botanical taxonomies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45091-7_22 fatcat:jmgpfixtbnfhlgey6td54wm5i4

Page 319 of American Anthropologist Vol. 79, Issue 2 [page]

1977 American Anthropologist  
Berlin, Breedlove, and Raven (1974) identify four botanical life-forms for Tzeltal Mayan plant taxonomy. These are te? (tree), wamal (herb), ak’ (vine), and ’ak (grass).  ...  Level 1 “grass” taxa in Tzeltal and Huastec, and in many other languages I have surveyed, manifest certain other characteristics (outlined in 1-7 below) shared by most formally defined botanical life-form  ... 

Effect of the 1959 International Botanical Congress on Nomenclature of Fossil Spores and Pollen

Alfred Traverse
1961 Micropaleontology  
It is the one botanical nomenclatural code that is subject to periodic orderly review at the International Botanical Congresses, held every four or five years, in peacetime.  ...  The nomenclature so provided is basically binomial, as are all formal animal and plant names in scientific usage.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1484384 fatcat:3qtouomxxfgald7urvk4akp5ly

Page 485 of Micropaleontology Vol. 7, Issue 4 [page]

1961 Micropaleontology  
It is the one botanical nomenclatural code that is subject to periodic orderly review at the International Botanical Congresses, held every four or five years, in peacetime.  ...  The nomenclature so provided is basically binomial, as are all formal animal and plant names in scientific usage.  ... 

Page 251 of The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society Vol. 31, Issue 5 [page]

1904 The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society  
taxonomy.  ...  CODE OF BOTANICAL NOMENCLATURE Part I. PRINCIPLES. I .  ... 

Is the demise of plant taxonomy in sight? Maybe yes, maybe no…

Riccardo M. Baldini, J. Hugo Cota-Sánchez, Carlos Aedo
2021 Webbia  
Type specimens and their names are often formalized automatically.  ...  The view that plant taxonomy and nomenclature are purely formal aspects of plant knowledge based solely on description and its nominal understanding, is an evident misunderstanding and adverse notion of  ... 
doi:10.36253/jopt-10802 fatcat:srml2h3jijbldelvquusdqu2ki

Page 5 of International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology Vol. 1, Issue 2 [page]

1951 International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology  
ALLEN (1) has no- ted, no formal meetings of the Secial Committee for Bacteria wre held during the Botanical QOngress at Stockholm.  ...  Nomen. and Taxonomy, 1:9. 1951.  ... 

Corrigendum to "Antioxidant Activity of a Geopropolis from Northeast Brazil: Chemical Characterization and Likely Botanical Origin"

Joselena M. Ferreira, Caroline C. Fernandes-Silva, Antonio Salatino, Dejair Message, Giuseppina Negri
2018 Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine  
Airton Carvalho, expert on taxonomy of stingless bees. According to Dr. Carvalho, so far no formal description and publication of the bee has been done.  ...  In the article titled "Antioxidant Activity of a Geopropolis from Northeast Brazil: Chemical Characterization and Likely Botanical Origin" [1] , the scientific name of the stingless bee was given as Scaptotrigona  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/7084284 pmid:29849190 pmcid:PMC5933041 fatcat:f2tu4lbm4fdv7n5wjzhxe4vhbm

A proposal for further integration of the cyanobacteria under the Bacteriological Code

A. Oren
2004 International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology  
Code was desirable before formal action was taken (Holt, 1979) .  ...  No such formal recommendation has been made, however, so no action was taken by the ICSB on this issue.  ... 
doi:10.1099/ijs.0.03008-0 pmid:15388760 fatcat:a3a3gvtxindpxl7pjmsr7vou4e

Page 96 of Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden Vol. 38, Issue 2 [page]

1951 Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden  
(Robinson, save for “research in- struction,” never taught a formal class during his entire career at Harvard!)  ...  [Vot. 38 96 ANNALS OF THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN total effect possibly was more original to those who knew them both.  ... 

Page 96 of Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden Vol. 38, Issue 2 [page]

1951 Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden  
(Robinson, save for “research in- struction,” never taught a formal class during his entire career at Harvard!)  ...  [Vot. 38 96 ANNALS OF THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN total effect possibly was more original to those who knew them both.  ... 

Page 169 of The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society Vol. 34, Issue 4 [page]

1907 The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society  
Other terms, such as group, section, series, and branch, may be used for more convenient temporary arrangement under the above categories, but their names are to have no validity in formal taxonomy.  ...  Priority of publication is a fundamental principle of botanical nomenclature. Two groups of the same category cannot bear the same name.  ... 

Page 239 of American Anthropologist Vol. 75, Issue 1 [page]

1973 American Anthropologist  
As such, they are com- parable to the unaffiliated generic taxa such as bamboo, cactus, fern, etc., found at level one in Tzeltal botanical taxonomy.  ...  There are several examples where this is not the case, however, and when this occurs, the mere fact of formal contrast set membership apparently becomes irrelevant.  ... 

Page 133 of Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden Vol. 8, Issue 2 [page]

1921 Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden  
—The student of taxonomy is indebted to so many sources for his material that it is quite impossible to recognize even some of the most important in a formal manner.  ...  The present study was made at the Missouri Botanical Garden, thanks to the generosity of the Director, Dr. George T. Moore, and under the constant super- vision of Dr. J. M.  ... 

Page 355 of The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society Vol. 31, Issue 6 [page]

1904 The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society  
Nevertheless, the fact that nine tenths of the difficulties of formal nomenclature can be permanently removed by consistent adherence to a few simple rules will have its effect in time, and biological  ...  taxonomy may ultimately serve its original purpose of rendering nature and science more accessible, instead of artificially multiplying labor and confusion.  ... 
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