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This publication presents a well timed and first-of-its-kind choice of papers on anatomy ontologies. it really is interdisciplinary in its procedure, bringing jointly the correct services from computing and biomedical reviews. The booklet goals to supply readers with a entire knowing of the rules of anatomical ontologies and the-state-of-the-art by way of present instruments and purposes. It additionally highlights demanding situations that stay at the present time.

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Hirsch-Hoffmann, L. Hennig, and W. Gruissem. GENEVESTIGATOR. Arabidopsis microarray database and analysis toolbox. Plant Physiol, 136:2621– 32, 2004. 3 Anatomy for Clinical Terminology Alan L Rector Summary. Anatomical notions provide the foundations for much clinical terminology. However, clinicians’ concerns are notoriously practical. The goal in clinical terminology is not to represent anatomy for its own sake, but rather to facilitate faithful communication by clinicians about what they have heard, seen thought and done in their care of patients.

Since both structures occur in a range of morphological forms in angiosperms, instead of creating multiple terms for different specific types of inflorescence and fruit (such as the several terms for fruit types in the original Cereal Plant Anatomy Ontology [26], we decided to introduce a single generic term for each entity, and place all specific types of inflorescence and fruit as their synonyms (Fig. 1). shtml#synonyms). As a result, the hi- 2 Plant Structure Ontology (PSO) 31 erarchy of some higher-level nodes was considerably simplified, and excessive term multiplication was, to some degree, alleviated.

24. J. Sprague, L. Bayraktaroglu, D. Clements, T. Conlin, D. Fashena, K. Frazer, M. G. Howe, P. Mani, S. Ramachandran, K. Schaper, E. Segerdell, P. Song, B. Sprunger, S. E. Van Slyke, and M. Westerfield. The Zebrafish Information Network: the zebrafish model organism database. , 34:D581–5, 2006. 25. L. H. L. Polacco. Zea mays ontology - a database of international terms. Trends in Plant Sci, 8:517–520, 2003. 26. Y. Yamazaki and P. Jaiswal. Biological ontologies in rice databases. an introduction to the activities in Gramene and Oryzabase.

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