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Knowledge Representation and Processing within an Inteligent System for Assisted Documentation and Research Regarding Vegetal Genetics ResourcesNicolae MORARIU
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assisted research, vegetal genetics, phenotype, genotype, data and knowledge base, evolutionary structure, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition
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Date of Publication: 2005-04-02
Volume 5, Issue 1, Year 2005, On page(s): 65 - 70
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
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The paper presents some aspects regarding the representation and processing of the data and knowledge within an information system for vegetal genetics, dedicated to the educational and research institutions in this field. The data and knowledge that are to be stored and processed in a documentation and assisted research system for vegetal genetics, refers resources of the vegetal genetics representing all the vegetal life forms: wild plants, varieties and local populations, lines, hybrids, weeds, improved forms, etc., all of these being subject to the genetic erosion phenomena, pathogenic elements aggression (phytopatology) and environment factors. The plant description (the phenotype), the genetic hereditary heritage (the genotype) as well as the results of the experiments and researches performed in the vegetal field are fed into the system's database within a predefined evolutionary self developing structure. Among the specific research problems in this field one can mention: population recognition and classification, plant disease diagnostication. The basis concept was inspired by the activity of Suceava Genebank - Romania.
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