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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
The basic structure is already included in the sample pages : [[New species flowering plant]]. When more and more information is included, it should be on the same format and in the same place. This page is a draft proposal, which builds on the experience of PROSEA and PROTA. It can be adapted to particular cases and discussed.
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The basic structure is already included in the sample pages : [[New species flowering plant]]. You are invited to copy and paste one of those pages when creating a new species page. When more and more information is included, it should be on the same format and in the same place. This page is a draft proposal, which builds on the experience of PROSEA and PROTA. It can be adapted to particular cases and discussed.
  
 
When big sets of similar data are made available, it will be easier to create new ad hoc pages tu insert them, and simply put a link in the species page.
 
When big sets of similar data are made available, it will be easier to create new ad hoc pages tu insert them, and simply put a link in the species page.

Revision as of 11:07, 30 March 2012

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Introduction

The basic structure is already included in the sample pages : New species flowering plant. You are invited to copy and paste one of those pages when creating a new species page. When more and more information is included, it should be on the same format and in the same place. This page is a draft proposal, which builds on the experience of PROSEA and PROTA. It can be adapted to particular cases and discussed.

When big sets of similar data are made available, it will be easier to create new ad hoc pages tu insert them, and simply put a link in the species page.

Popular names

Biology

Description

Major traits

  • genetics: ploidy
  • life cycle: annual, bisannual, perennial
  • breeding system: autogamous, allogamous, dioiecious, monoecious...
  • architecture

Ecology

Diseases and pests

Classification and nomenclature

Nomenclature

Infraspecific classification

Cultivars

Types of cultivars, cultivar gallery and description

Breeding and genetic resources

Breeding

Genetic resources and collections

Geography and History

Origin, distribution area, diffusion in time and space

Human history

  • botanists
  • historians
  • travellers

Uses

including products

Properties

Chemistry

basic constituents, metabolites, harmful components

Nutrition

humans and animals

Technological properties

wood, fibres...

Cultivation or Management

Propagation and planting

Growth and development

Management of natural area or methods of cultivation

Harvesting

Yield

Handling after harvest and processing

  • storage, transportation
  • processing (dessiccated, fermented, salted, cooked...)

Production and international trade

Role in human cultures

Ethnology

Religion

Art

References

Links