The plant structure ontology, a unified vocabulary of anatomy and morphology of a flowering plant.

@article{Ilic2007ThePS,
  title={The plant structure ontology, a unified vocabulary of anatomy and morphology of a flowering plant.},
  author={Katica Ilic and Elizabeth A. Kellogg and Pankaj Jaiswal and Felipe Zapata and Peter F. Stevens and Leszek Vincent and Shulamit Avraham and Leonore Reiser and Anuradha Pujar and Martin M. Sachs and Noah T Whitman and Susan R McCouch and Mary L. Schaeffer and Doreen H Ware and Lincoln D. Stein and Seung Yon Rhee},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={143 2},
  pages={587-99}
}
Formal description of plant phenotypes and standardized annotation of gene expression and protein localization data require uniform terminology that accurately describes plant anatomy and morphology. This facilitates cross species comparative studies and quantitative comparison of phenotypes and expression patterns. A major drawback is variable terminology that is used to describe plant anatomy and morphology in publications and genomic databases for different species. The same terms are… CONTINUE READING
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