Flora Phenotype Ontology
|Contact||Robert Hoehndorf ORCID|
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Conditions of Use
Enriched biodiversity data as a resource and service.
Vos RA,Biserkov JV,Balech B,Beard N,Blissett M,Brenninkmeijer C,van Dooren T,Eades D,Gosline G,Groom QJ,Hamann TD,Hettling H,Hoehndorf R,Holleman A,Hovenkamp P,Kelbert P,King D,Kirkup D,Lammers Y,DeMeulemeester T,Mietchen D,Miller JA,Mounce R,Nicolson N,Page R,Pawlik A,Pereira S,Penev L,Richards K,Sautter G,Shorthouse DP,Tahtinen M,Weiland C,Williams AR,Sierra S
Biodivers Data J 2014
The flora phenotype ontology (FLOPO): tool for integrating morphological traits and phenotypes of vascular plants.
Hoehndorf R,Alshahrani M,Gkoutos GV,Gosline G,Groom Q,Hamann T,Kattge J,de Oliveira SM,Schmidt M,Sierra S,Smets E,Vos RA,Weiland C
J Biomed Semantics 2016
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Models and Formats
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IOS-1340112 (National Science Foundation)
284443 (Plant Phenotyping Network, European Commission FP7)
312848 (Pro-iBiosphere project, European Commission FP7)
BB/J004464/1 (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), UK)
HI 1538/2-2 (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)