Tuesday, April 19, 2011

What's the Preferred Term - 4/19/2011

Recap from last week: For the first term, Burks argued that "purely linguistic grounds suggest that auxilium is
best. Auxilia is the plural, and I don't see why the extra word "sclerite" would be needed", so we will use the term "auxilium" to describe the sclerite. For the second term, both Jennings and Burks agreed that "anterior ocellus" is too relative with regards to head direction, etc. The term "median ocellus" was deemed the most accurate, thus we will use it as the preferred label.

For this week:

ID: HAO:0001358

HYMGLOSSARY LINK: http://glossary.hymao.org/projects/32/public/ontology_class/show_expanded/8253

DEFINITION: The pit that corresponds with the mesopleural apodeme.

TERM OPTIONS: episternal scrobe, mesopleural pit, scrobe

HOMONYM NOTES: "scrobe" is a label that is also applied to "HAO:0000912: The area that is impressed and is for the reception or concealment of another sclerite"


ID: HAO:0000735

HYMGLOSSARY LINK: http://glossary.hymao.org/projects/32/public/ontology_class/show_expanded/1700

DEFINITION: The carina that is located laterally on the propodeum.

TERM OPTIONS: plica, plical carina


- WHAT TERMS (from the above options) would you use to refer to these concepts?
- ARE THERE terms that we are missing for these concepts?

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