a newer name given inadvertently to a species already described.
An alias or alternate name for a database object. It is used to provide transparency of object ownership and location.
A synonym is an alias for any table, view, snapshot, sequence, procedure, function, or package.
A name that is spelled differently than another name that refers to the same taxon. In the case of clade names, synonyms may be homodefinitional or heterodefinitional.
Name or epiphet that is not the accepted one for the plant.
Each of two or more names of the same rank used to denote the same taxonomic group. For example, both borellii and acletus are specific names applied to the same species of mole cricket in the genus Scapteriscus. Scapteriscus borellii is the name now used, because it was applied first.
An alternative to the standard name that has been agreed on by curators and researchers. The synonym field is being searched in any dictyBase search.
a database object that allows you to create alternate names for Oracle tables and views
a derived view (in relational database terminology) of an underlying data fact
an alias being used by Oracle databases
an alias for any schema object such as a table or view
an alias for any table, view, materialized view, sequence, procedure, function, or package
an alias for any table, view, snapshot, sequence, procedure, function or package contained within a database
an alias for object names
an alternate name for a view or a table
an alternative name for a database object such as a table, view, sequence etc
an alternative name for objects such as tables, views, sequences, stored
a name assigned to an object that can thereafter be used to
a reference to a database object by a different name
a specialized form of alias that effectively replaces a user's real e-mail address with an alternative form
a text replacement mechanism, typically used for long, repeated sets of names
alternative mane for a taxon
one of two or more names given to a singe species (or genus, family, etc.); the name not considered valid is often referred to as a synonym of the valid name, but more correctly, both are synonyms of each other
When a taxon is inadvertently given more than one Latin name. The names involved are synonyms. See also junior, senior, objective, and subjective synonyms.
Another scientific name given to a biological entity such as a species or family, by an author describing it in a scientific publication, usually after it has already been described and given another name.
A name assigned to a table or view that can thereafter be used to refer to it.
An XRI that is not character-for-character equivalent to another XRI but which resolves to the same XDI resource. In the GRS, every Global I-Name has at least one Global I-Number and one Network I-Number as a synonym. See the InameInumberTechFaq. See also Internal Synonym and External Synonym.
1) Taxonomic ("facultative") synonym: names for contaxic taxa, based on different types. 2) Nomenclatural ("obligate") synonym: two or more names based on one type.
An alternative label used to refer to a data element or table. This could be an alias in some RDBMS.
An alias for a table, view, sequence, or program unit.
One of two or more scientific names applied to the same taxon; 'senior synonym' and 'junior synonym' apply, respectively, to the first, and all later published synonyms
In taxonomy the term Synonym is used to mean a previous name for a Taxon where then has been a change to its scientific name. In MapMate an 'equals' ('=') sign before a Taxon name signified that it is a Synonym. You can find the later name by clicking on the ' Taxon' menu in the 'Data Entry:' form and selecting 'View this Entry...'; this opens the 'Taxa: View' screen and the current Taxon name used by MapMate (for mapping) will be shown in the ' Refers To' field.
synonymy, synonymum one of two or more scientific names that have been applied to a given taxon (species, genus, family, etc.). A synonym is a name by which a taxon was previously known, but is no longer considered the valid name. See also: taxon; taxonomy
Each of two or more scientific names of the same rank used to denote the same taxon. Typically, two names for the same taxon--only one can be used; they are said to be synonyms. junior. The younger name of two synonyms. objective. Each of two or more synonyms that are based on the same name-bearing type. For genera, two or more different names based on the same type species. subjective. Each of two or more synonyms that are based on different name-bearing types. For genera, two or more different names based on different type species which a specialist deems to represent the same taxon.
a name applied to a plant already validly named.
An alias for a table, view, materialized view, sequence, procedure, function, package, type, Java class schema object, user-defined object type, or another synonym.
1. A name assigned to a table or view that may then be used more conveniently for reference. 2. An alternate name for an entity.
Another name by which the same chemical may be known.
An alternative botanical name for a plant, usually an old or invalid classification.
One of two or more scientific names that are spelled differently but refer to the same organism, e.g., Apiomorpha nux Fuller, 1896 and A. pharetrata Scharder, 1863 are names used for the same species of eriococcid and are synonyms.
An alternative name for a table or view. Anyone who has access to a database can use the synonym, unless it was created as a private synonym.
Another scientific name for a species, usually applied by an author who is unaware that the species in question has been previously named. The "rule of priority" governs in such situations, i.e., the first name published has precedence and is the name by which the species is formally known.
An alternative name ( alias) for an object in the database created with the CREATE SYNONYM command.
In scientific nomenclature, synonyms are different scientific names used for a single taxon. Usage and terminology are different for zoology and botany.