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ready Ontology for Experimental Phenotypic Objects

Abbreviation: OEPO

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The Ontology for Experimental Phenotypic Objects (OEPO) describes objects involved in phenotyping experiments (e.g. infrastructure, devices, germplasm, scientific objects) and defines a hierarchy between them according to the specificities of the installations and experiments. The OEPO ontology contains three main groups of objects, namely Experimental Condition, Scientific Object, and Germplasm Descriptor.

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Dealing with multi-source and multi-scale information in plant phenomics: the ontology-driven Phenotyping Hybrid Information System.

Neveu P,Tireau A,Hilgert N,Negre V,Mineau-Cesari J,Brichet N,Chapuis R,Sanchez I,Pommier C,Charnomordic B,Tardieu F,Cabrera-Bosquet L
New Phytol 2018

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