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The linnaean taxonomy content ontology design pattern represents the layered classification invented by Linneus in the XVIII century. It is created by reengineering Wikipedia articles about taxa, taxonomic ranks, and linnaean taxonomy.
The linnaean taxonomy content ontology design pattern represents the layered classification invented by Linneus in the XVIII century. It is created by reengineering Wikipedia articles about taxa, taxonomic ranks, and linnaean taxonomy.

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General description

Name: LinnaeanTaxonomy
Submitted by: AldoGangemi
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Reusable OWL Building Block: http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/linnaeantaxonomy.owl (410)
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Elements

The LinnaeanTaxonomy Content OP locally defines the following ontology elements:

ObjectProperty hasDirectHigherRank (owl:ObjectProperty) This property relates two taxa, where the first is more specific then the second and there is no other taxon that is both more general than the first and more specific than the second.
hasDirectHigherRank page
ObjectProperty hasDirectLowerRank (owl:ObjectProperty) This property relates two taxa, where the first is less specific then the second and there is no other taxon that is both more specific than the first and more general than the second.
hasDirectLowerRank page
ObjectProperty hasHigherRank (owl:ObjectProperty) This property relates two taxa, where the first is more specific than the second.
hasHigherRank page
ObjectProperty hasLowerRank (owl:ObjectProperty) This property relates two taxa, where the first is less specific than the second.
hasLowerRank page
Class Class (owl:Class) Class is the third highest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the class is 'Mammalia'.
Class page
Class Family (owl:Class) Family is the fifth highest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the family is 'Hominidae'.
Family page
Class Genus (owl:Class) Genus is the sixth highest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the genus is 'Homo'.
Genus page
Class Kingdom (owl:Class) Kingdom is the highest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the kingdom is 'Animalia'.
Kingdom page
Class Order (owl:Class) Order is the fourth highest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the phylum is 'Primates'.
Order page
Class Phylum (owl:Class) Phylum is the second highest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the phylum is 'Chordata'.
Phylum page
Class Species (owl:Class) Species is the lowest traditional taxon. E.g., in the case of humans the species is 'Homo sapiens'.
Species page
Class Taxon (owl:Class) A taxon is a concept denoting a type of organism or of a group of organisms.
Taxon page


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Review article Posted on About revision (current is 8240)
CatherineRoussey about LinnaeanTaxonomy 245643522 May 2013 90979,097

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The linnaean taxonomy content ontology design pattern represents the layered classification invented by Linneus in the XVIII century. It is created by reengineering Wikipedia articles about taxa, taxonomic ranks, and linnaean taxonomy.

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