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Type Description This is the description of the type of nanopublications you can create through this page.

Such a nanopublication expresses an association between two organism instances (subject and object), for example expressing that one subject individual ate the object individual.

For expressing interactions or more general knowledge between classes of organisms (taxa), please use the alternative template "Associations between taxa".

Example Nanopublication A nanopublication contains as main content a statement in the assertion part (shown in blue) encoded in a way that computers can understand. It is expressed as one or more subject-relation-object structures, each shown on a separate line, where the identifier of the subject (left) is connected to the identifier of the object (right) via the identifier of the relation type (middle).

  http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84 RAafGz8UV6   "Organism of Natrix natrix Linnaeus, 1758 (species) - eats - organism of Hyla arborea (Linnaeus, 1758) (species)"

This is a local identifier minted within the nanopublication. http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84#association This association links an association to its subject https://w3id.org/biolink/vocab/subject refers to This is a local identifier minted within the nanopublication. http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84#subj the subject organism .
This is a local identifier minted within the nanopublication. http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84#association This association links an association to its object https://w3id.org/biolink/vocab/object refers to This is a local identifier minted within the nanopublication. http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84#obj the object organism .
This is a local identifier minted within the nanopublication. http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84#association This association points to the location coordinates associated with this relation or organisms (e.g. place of collection); if occurrence URI is given, this is redundant and does not need to be filled in https://w3id.org/kpxl/biodiv/terms/hasLocationCoordinates has the location coordinates (this is a literal) "+47.3759533+8.5314763" .
This is a local identifier minted within the nanopublication. http://purl.org/np/RAafGz8UV6Nz4m8wyCLV4eJ_bdNfXKpGie0FH6TQZFa84#association This association points to the date and time associated with this relation or organisms (e.g. date of collection); if occurrence URI is given, this is redundant and does not need to be filled in https://w3id.org/biolink/vocab/timepoint has the time stamp (this is a literal) "2023-08-08T09:45:45.948+02:00" .

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