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The Plant Structure Ontology, a Unified Vocabulary of Anatomy and Morphology of a Flowering Plant

K. Ilic, E. A. Kellogg, P. Jaiswal, F. Zapata, P. F. Stevens, L. P. Vincent, S. Avraham, L. Reiser, A. Pujar, M. M. Sachs, N. T. Whitman, S. R. McCouch (+4 others)
2006 Plant Physiology  
To address this problem, we created the Plant Structure Ontology (PSO), the first generic ontological representation of anatomy and morphology of a flowering plant.  ...  A major drawback is variable terminology that is used to describe plant anatomy and morphology in publications and genomic databases for different species.  ...  the plant ontologies and are listed individually online (http://www.plantontology. org/docs/otherdocs/acknowledgment_list.html).  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.106.092825 pmid:17142475 pmcid:PMC1803752 fatcat:7vfy5lqnvraorgzpamizo74vra

The Plant Ontology Database: a community resource for plant structure and developmental stages controlled vocabulary and annotations

Shulamit Avraham, Chih-Wei Tung, Katica Ilic, Pankaj Jaiswal, Elizabeth A. Kellogg, Susan McCouch, Anuradha Pujar, Leonore Reiser, Seung Y Rhee, Martin M Sachs, Mary Schaeffer, Lincoln Stein (+4 others)
2008 Nucleic Acids Research  
The ontology allows users to ascribe attributes of plant structure (anatomy and morphology) and developmental stages to data types, such as genes and phenotypes, to provide a semantic framework to make  ...  of a controlled vocabulary (ontology) for plants.  ...  This project is supported by the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0321666) to the Plant Ontology Consortium and the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkm908 pmid:18194960 pmcid:PMC2238838 fatcat:4pct3qkkrzabbgrud45bpbwroy

Whole-Plant Growth Stage Ontology for Angiosperms and Its Application in Plant Biology

A. Pujar, P. Jaiswal, E. A. Kellogg, K. Ilic, L. Vincent, S. Avraham, P. Stevens, F. Zapata, L. Reiser, S. Y. Rhee, M. M. Sachs, M. Schaeffer (+3 others)
2006 Plant Physiology  
of gene expression patterns and phenotypes of all flowering plants.  ...  Plant systems are complex, both structurally and operationally, and the information regarding plant development requires extensive synthesis to provide a coherent view of their growth and development.  ...  We apologize to the countless scientists and farmers whose observations on growth stages and plant development were not incorporated into this manuscript for lack of space.  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.106.085720 pmid:16905665 pmcid:PMC1586063 fatcat:yiujdunxozb2rjplqdzfxqnxcy

Plant structure ontology: How should we label plant structures with doubtful or mixed identities?

B K Kirchoff, E Pfeifer, R Rutishauser
2008
This paper is part of a research project supported by an award from the Swiss National Science Foundation (grant No.3100AO-105974/1) to the second and third authors.  ...  We thank Gabriel Ameka (Legon), Jean-Paul Ghogue (Yaoundé), and Thomas Philbrick (Danbury) for collecting plant material.  ...  Morphological nomenclature: The Plant Structure Ontology The Plant Structure Ontology (PSO: www.plantontology.org) is a controlled vocabulary of botanical terms describing morphological and anatomical  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-11204 fatcat:j3mq7xf7jvcm5g6fjc4ds7fewy

EvoDevo: Past and Future of Continuum and Process Plant Morphology

Rolf Rutishauser
2020 Philosophies  
Process thinking and the continuum approach in plant morphology allow us to perceive and interpret growing plants as combinations of developmental processes rather than as assemblages of structural units  ...  Plants and animals are both important for studies in evolutionary developmental biology (EvoDevo). Plant morphology as a valuable discipline of EvoDevo is set for a paradigm shift.  ...  Acknowledgments: I am grateful to Alessandro Minelli for inviting me to contribute to the special issue on "Renegotiating Disciplinary Fields in the Life Sciences" and for commenting on a draft version  ... 
doi:10.3390/philosophies5040041 fatcat:dqoivnh2u5aftelwzgwjx63tbq

Pre-theoretical aspects of Aristotelian definition and classification of animals: The case for common sense

Scott Atran
1985 Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A  
The Evolution and Classification of Flowering Plants (New Since all life is perishable, continuance can only be renewal -a constant coming-into-being.  ...  PLANT, (NON-HUMAN) ANIMAL AND HUXIAN. of natural language span a definite ontological type (for example.  ...  Practically, this meant knowing just \vhat properties of one intuitive kind could be generalized to another: to know how A and B essentially differ, is to know vvhat aspects of their functional morphology  ... 
doi:10.1016/0039-3681(85)90010-x fatcat:6phonsadtrbynihzourefbhic4

EvoDevo: Past and future of continuum and process plant morphology

Rolf Rutishauser
2020
Process thinking and the continuum approach in plant morphology allow us to perceive and interpret growing plants as combinations of developmental processes rather than as assemblages of structural units  ...  Plants and animals are both important for studies in evolutionary developmental biology (EvoDevo). Plant morphology as a valuable discipline of EvoDevo is set for a paradigm shift.  ...  Acknowledgments: I am grateful to Alessandro Minelli for inviting me to contribute to the special issue on "Renegotiating Disciplinary Fields in the Life Sciences" and for commenting on a draft version  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-193139 fatcat:5cfygrniw5brdmeksuqkz6ot4m

Proceedings of the Geological Society of London

J. W. Hulke
1884 Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society  
the only existing plant of the group in which the maerospores show triradiate structure.  ...  As plants are made up of materials varying very considerably in their resistance to decomposition, and as only the more stable ones were likely to retain their structure, the fact of such structures as  ...  The Geological History of Serpentines, including Studies of Pro-Cambrian Rocks. 4to. Montreal, 1883. , The Taconie Question in Geology. Part 1. 4to. Montreal, 1883. India. Geological Survey.  ... 
doi:10.1144/gsl.jgs.1884.40.01-04.02 fatcat:xyrm23gw6neq5kln3tce67epue

Proceedings of the 65th Congress of the GEI-Italian Society of Development and Cell Biology (GEI-SIBSC) 38th Congress of the Italian Society of Histochemistry (SII)

The Scientific Committee
2019 European Journal of Histochemistry  
Proceedings of the 65th Congress of the GEI-Italian Society of Development and Cell Biology (GEI-SIBSC) and 38th Congress of the Italian Society of Histochemistry (SII) - 24-27 June 2019, Polo Villarey  ...  Plants are a relevant source of health-promoting compounds and bioactive molecules and in the last decades there has been a growing interest toward plant-derived pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements and  ...  Our results show that both PsO-MSCs and healthy MSCs attain the minimum criteria for MSCs definition; PsO-MSCs at T 0 express higher level of iNOS and VEGF than C-and Pso-MSCs at T 12 , whereas IDO expression  ... 
doi:10.4081/ejh.2019.3052 fatcat:g57ifj3dxngvdhkpstw42ln6ka