Plinian Uses Extension

http://purl.org/plic/terms/3.2.1/Uses

Under Development

Ways in which species are utilized by people. Including Folklore. Also applied to Animals and Fungi.

Keywords: dwc:Taxon; plic:Uses

Link: http://purl.org/plic/extension/3.2.1/uses.xml


Properties



Uses

SourceOfInformation
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Is the source personal observation, or from else where. If the latter, reference citations should be given. Where appropriate, voucher specimen details should be provided (collector, number, date, herbarium) and details of the informant recorded (name, gender, approximate age, occupation, ethnic identity, locality and language spoken).
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/SourceOfInformation
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/SourceOfInformation
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Use-Value
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. What is the plant used for, or what negative values does it have.
See also https://github.com/PlinianCore/Documentation/wiki/UsesAtomizedClass#use-value
Examples: "Weeds affecting food production", "Poisons", "Environmental uses",...
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Use-Value
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
PartUsed
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Which plant parts are used, or have any negative values
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/PartUsed
Examples: "Entire plant", "Galls", "Seeds", "Bark",...
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/PartUsed
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Users
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. The one who recognizes the value and/or use of the plant.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Users
Examples: State ethnic group (tribe/caste /sect, etc.) with language/dialect, locality/area.
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Users
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Organisms
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Organisms which use the plant/plant parts (e.g . for forage , medicines) or are affected by the plant (e.g. by poisons)
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Organisms
Examples: "Birds", "Mammals", "Bacteria",...
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Organisms
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
VernacularNameUseAnnotations
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. The name of the taxon must be distinguished from the name of plant parts, the names of any processing stages, and the final product. Names used in trade should be identified. It should also be mentioned if any vernacular name refers to more than one taxon. The use of some names may be restricted to a time of year or occasion, or have sacred connotations. The language and dialect to which the names belong should be stated along with details of ethnic group . Care should be taken with transliteration into the Roman alphabet; if a standard system exists, use it and note which one it is.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/VernacularNameUseAnnotations
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/VernacularNameUseAnnotations
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
ProductionDetails
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. (where relevant). Are wild /protected /cultivated plants used. Give details of cultivation, harvesting , yields, processing and storage methods and take note of special tools, timing etc.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/ProductionDetails
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/ProductionDetails
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
MeansOfApplication-Administration
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. This is of specific relevance to medicines, poisons (e.g. insecticides), social products and some environmental purposes (e.g.fert ilisers).
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/MeansOfApplication-Administration
Examples: "Insecticides", "Fertilisers"
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/MeansOfApplication-Administration
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
SeasonOfAvailability-Use
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. The season in which the plant is available/is used and, if relevant, the time of day.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/SeasonOfAvailability-Use
Examples: Winter, 29
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/SeasonOfAvailability-Use
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Conservation-ExplotationData
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Record frequency of plants, details of regeneration, sustainability or over-exploitation and note any locally imposed bans on felling or harvesting.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Conservation-ExplotationData
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Conservation-ExplotationData
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
UseTypeAtomized
Acc. TDWG Economic Is it a traditional, modern industrial or just a possible use
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/UseTypeAtomized
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/UseTypeAtomized
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Economics
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Real or potential existence of trade in live plants, plant parts or derivatives and, if so, the trade scale.
See also https://github.com/PlinianCore/Documentation/wiki/UsesAtomizedClass#economics
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Economics
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
RatingPopularity
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Assessment of the plant for its use and possible preference to other species, pointing out, in this case, which species are they. It is useful to record the factors influencing any preference.
See also https://github.com/PlinianCore/Documentation/wiki/UsesAtomizedClass#ratingpopularity
Examples: "Rarity", "Inaccessibility", "Low quality or depleted source", "Ineffectiveness", "Difficult harvesting or processing requirements"
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/RatingPopularity
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Properties
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Provide details of properties which influence its value for a specified purpose, e.g . nutritional value for foods; occurrence of bio-active compounds for medicines/poisons; mechanical and physical properties of woods; nectar flow periods and flowering dates for bee plants; calorific values and burning qualities of fuels; sizes of plants used environmentally etc.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Properties
Examples: "Nutritional value for foods; occurrence of bioactive compounds for medicines / poisons", "Mechanical and physical properties of woods", "Nectar flow periods and flowering dates for honey plants", "Calorific values and burning qualities of fuels", etc.
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Properties
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Potential
Acc. TDWG Economic Botany. Potential increase in the use, cultivation or production or possibility of introduction in other areas or social groups.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Potential
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Potential
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
UseNotes
Notes about how species are utilized by people.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/UseNotes
Examples:
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/UseNotes
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupUses
Data Type string
Requiredfalse