|Number of classes:||380|
|Number of individuals:||12168|
|Number of properties:||88|
|Maximum number of children:||46|
|Average number of children:||7|
|Classes with a single child:||8|
|Classes with more than 25 children:||3|
|Classes with no definition:||128|
|Description||Plant Diversity Ontology (PDO) is the outcome of the construction tasks of domain ontology of science in the project of Scientific & Technological Knowledge Organization Systems (STKOS). The structure of PDO centers on species, including micro level of molecular, cell and tissue, medium level of plant organs, species and population, and macro level of ecosystem. The classes of PDO also capture the habitat, environmental conditions and expand the general characteristics of plants, completing the instances richness for plant species, geographical, classification and morphology. Furthermore, PDO builds the relationships among species, region, morphology, plant organs, developmental stage, revealing the list of species in an area, the morphology and life form of plants, and development process of species. In sum, PDO shows a growth process or development stage of a species and its structure characteristics in particular space and time scale, realizing the description of species diversity, ecosystem diversity and genetic diversity. At present, PDO has been applied to the platform of Go to Selected Open Access Journals (GoOA) developed by National Science Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences, supporting concept retrieval and concept extension for GoOA.|
|Contact||Ma Yumeng, Huang Jinxia, Liu Fenghong,Xu Zheping, Guo Jinjing, Cui Jinzhong, Sun Tan, email@example.com|
|Submission||Release Date||Upload Date||Downloads|
|unknown (Parsed, Indexed, Metrics, Annotator)||04/30/2015||04/30/2015||OWL | CSV | RDF/XML|
Open Access Journals Integrated service System Project (GoOA)
As a precursor aiming to explore the method on discovery,...
As a precursor aiming to explore the method on discovery, selection, evaluation, conservation, and recycling construction of OA resources, GoOA provides a one-stop platform for the OA journal articles discovery. Plant Diversity Ontology(PDO) constructed by National Science Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences has been applied to support concept retrieval and concept extension for GoOA.
|National Science Library,Chinese Academy of Sciences|