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extra basihyal term #688

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balhoff opened this Issue Apr 14, 2015 · 5 comments

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balhoff commented Apr 14, 2015

Should this term be obsoleted?

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/UBERON_3000957

It doesn't seem to be related to the other basihyal element terms.

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These may need to remain separate terms, based on whether they are paired or unpaired.

The "extra" basihyal UBERON:3000957 came from AAO:
Def from AAO: Paired, anterior element that articulates medially with basibranchial I and posterolaterally with the paired hypohyals.

The triad basihyal terms came from ZFA/TAO and described an unpaired element (basihyal element UBERON:0011614, basihyal bone UBERON:0011618, basihyal cartilage UBERON:0011615)

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wdahdul commented Apr 15, 2015

These may need to remain separate terms, based on whether they are paired or unpaired.

The "extra" basihyal UBERON:3000957 came from AAO:
Def from AAO: Paired, anterior element that articulates medially with basibranchial I and posterolaterally with the paired hypohyals.

The triad basihyal terms came from ZFA/TAO and described an unpaired element (basihyal element UBERON:0011614, basihyal bone UBERON:0011618, basihyal cartilage UBERON:0011615)

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This came up again, and I agree that we should obsolete. The definition and classification as
endochondral bone is problematic. According to Dave Blackburn, the basihyal is unpaired and cartilaginous in amphibians. @laurajackson

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wdahdul commented Jan 30, 2018

This came up again, and I agree that we should obsolete. The definition and classification as
endochondral bone is problematic. According to Dave Blackburn, the basihyal is unpaired and cartilaginous in amphibians. @laurajackson

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OK are you ok to make edits yourself in the ext module?

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cmungall commented Jan 31, 2018

OK are you ok to make edits yourself in the ext module?

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yes, i can address this

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wdahdul commented Jan 31, 2018

yes, i can address this

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Obsoleted this term in ext.

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wdahdul commented Feb 5, 2018

Obsoleted this term in ext.

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