Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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ars-grin.gov
GRIN - Germplasm Resources Information Network
Taxonomie der Pflanzen

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Taxonomische Daten im GRIN bestimmen die Struktur und Benennung für die Akzessionen im "Nationalen Genetische-Ressourcen-System für Pflanzen" ("National Plant Germplasm System", "NPGS"), Teil des "Nationalen Programms von Genetische Ressourcen" ("National Genetic Resources Program", "NGRP") von "Landwirtschaftlicher Forschung Service" ("Agricultural Research Service", "ARS") der "Abteilung der Landwirtschaft der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika" ("United States Department of Agriculture", "USDA"). Alle Familien und Gattungen der Pflanzen und 52.109 Arten aus der ganzen Welt insbesondere ökonomische Pflanzen und ihre verwandten Arten, werden im "GRIN Taxonomie der Pflanzen" repräsentiert. Angaben beinhalten die wissenschaftlichen Namen und Volksnamen, Klassifizierung, Verbreitung, Referenzen und Informationen über die ökonomischen Nutzungen.


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genomicglossaries.com
Genomics Glossaries & Taxonomies
Cambridge Healthtech Institute

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Biopharmaceutical Glossary, Taxonomies and guide to 21st century therapeutics, technologies and trends

Glossary last updated April 15, 2014 5,000+ definitions

compiled by Mary Chitty, Library Director & taxonomist, Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Needham MA


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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
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Anderson, Earl R. (Author)
Folk-Taxonomies in Early English

(E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/Folk-Taxonomies-Early-English-Earl-Anderson/dp/083863916X

Hardcover – March 1, 2003
ISBN-13: 978-0838639160
ISBN-10: 083863916X
Hardcover: 592 pages
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr (March 2003)
Language: English

This book studies the folk-taxonomy for English, and to some extent for the Germanic and Indo-European language families. The semantic fields studied are basic color terms, seasons of the year, geometric shapes, the five senses, the folk-psychology of mind and soul, and basic plant and animal life-forms. Anderson's emphasis is on folk-taxonomies in Old and Middle English, and also on the implications of semantic analysis for our reading of early english literary texts.


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Book Review

Old English scholars have employed nineteenth-century historical linguistics for more than a century now, so an overhaul of this crucial resource is clearly in order. Current attempts to update the field include Donka Minkova’s Alliteration and Sound Change in Early English (2003), which uses recent work on poetic form to explain important changes in syllable structure. Anderson’s concern is with English historical semantics, and the new evidence he brings to bear comes from anthropology. The results are impressive, all the more so because the book is a pleasure to read, even when technical issues are under discussion.
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