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plant environment (EO:0007359): Top parent term #4

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planteome-user opened this Issue Feb 14, 2013 · 4 comments

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planteome-user commented Feb 14, 2013

This term needs to be revised and renamed

Current definition:
plant environment ontology (EO:0007359): A set of standardized controlled vocabularies to describe various types of treatments given to an individual plant / a population or a cultured tissue and/or cell type sample to evaluate the response on its exposure. It also includes the study types, where the terms can be used to identify the growth study facility. Each growth facility such as field study, growth chamber, green house etc is a environment on its own it may also involve instances of biotic and abiotic environments as supplemental treatments used in these studies.

Proposed revised name: plant environment
Proposed revised definition:
plant environment: Plant growing conditions, study types and/or treatments.

Proposed new comment:
These conditions can apply to a whole plant (PO:0000003), a plant population and/or a cultured plant cell (PO:0000005). Each growth facility such as field study, growth chamber, green house etc is a environment on its own, it may also involve instances of biotic and abiotic environments as supplemental treatments used in these studies.

Reported by: lauramoore1859

Original Ticket: obo/plant-environment-ontology-eo/4

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planteome-user commented Apr 10, 2013

Proposed revised name and def'n:

plant environment (EO:0007359): A plant treatment, growing condition, and/or study type applied to a whole plant (PO:0000003), a plant structure (PO:00090119), and/or a plant population to evaluate the plant response.

Revised comment: The Plant Environment Ontology describes the treatments, growing conditions, and/or study types used in various types of plant biology experiments. The subjects of the studies may also include in vitro plant structures (PO: PO:0000004). A plant treatment is the most specific, and may be a component of a plant growing condition, and the plant study type. The broadest classes are the plant study types where the terms can be used to identify the growth study facility. Each growth facility such as field study, growth chamber, green house etc is a environment on its own and it may also involve instances of biotic and abiotic treatments and different growing conditions.

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planteome-user commented Apr 10, 2013

  • summary: plant environment ontology (EO:0007359): parent term --> plant environment (EO:0007359): Top parent term
  • priority: 5 --> 8

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planteome-user commented Apr 12, 2013

Slightly revised the definition to include growth environment rather than growing conditons:
A plant treatment, growth environment, and/or study type applied to a whole plant (PO:0000003), a plant structure (PO:00090119), and/or a plant population to evaluate the plant response.

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planteome-user commented Feb 18, 2014

Propose revised name of the ontology and the top level term: Plant Experimental Conditions Ontology (PECO).
revised name and definition to top level term: was 'plant environment'

plant experimental condition (EO:0007359)- A plant treatment (EO:0001001) and/or study type (EO:0007231) applied to a whole plant (PO:0000003), a plant structure (PO:00090119), and/or a plant population as part of an experiment to evaluate the plant response.

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