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Annotating Germplasm to Planteome Reference Ontologies

@inproceedings{Meier2016AnnotatingGT,
  title={Annotating Germplasm to Planteome Reference Ontologies},
  author={Austin Meier and Laurel Cooper and Justin Elser and Pankaj Jaiswal and Marie-Ang{\'e}lique Laporte},
  booktitle={ICBO/BioCreative},
  year={2016}
}
An expected use case of plant phenotype ontologies will be the identification of germplasm containing particular traits of interest. If phenotype data from experiments is annotated using ontologies, it makes sense to include annotations to that germplasm source. A lack of standardized data formatting reduces the utility of these data. Standardizing germplasm data, including links to germplasm databases, or distribution locations improves collaboration, and benefits both researchers and the… 

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Fig. 2: Screenshot of annotated germplasm displayed on Planteome
  • Fig. 2: Screenshot of annotated germplasm displayed on Planteome