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Notes:
Is defined by:
The authoritative definition of the concept. This property may indicate an RDF vocabulary, a PDF in which a resource is described. Name of local page or http-URL. It is not the URI.
URI (NS-URI definition pages)
Normally the preferred namespace URI is set on a concept scheme page. (TODO add link to Help page)

Warning: Conflicting URIs Warning icon.svg

The namespace URI http://terms.gbif.org/biorel/1.0/ that is based on the SMW-import-page MediaWiki:Smw import biorel (used, e.g. for RDF export) differs from the namespace URI definitions on Biorelations (http://rs.tdwg.org/biorel/)—please correct one of these.

Concept type:
The semantic web distinguishes between different kinds of concepts (class, property, instance/value, etc.) You can create concepts and leave this decision open (select "undecided"). Another worker can then add the information at a later time.
Details: Issued, Modified, Replaced by, Hidden Notes …
Issued:
Modified:
Status:
The status of a vocabulary term, expressed as a short symbolic string; known values include e.g. 'deprecated' or 'stable'
Replaced by:
A concept that supplants, displaces, or supersedes the present concept.
Replaces:
A concept that is supplanted, displaced, or superseded by the present concept.
Hidden notes:

Scheme membership

Scheme:
Page name of the concept scheme.
Property
Constraints:
Cardinality:
Explanation:
0..1 (optional single occurrence)
0..n (optional multiple occurrence)
1..1 (mandatory single occurrence)
1..n (mandatory multiple occurrence)
Domain:
The domain is the class/type of the resource the relation starts from, to which a property may be applied.
Range:
The range is the type/data type/class of the subject resource the relatation ends to (the right side in the triple).

Relations of this concept

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