Monday, May 23, 2011

What's the Preferred Term - 5/23/2011

Recap from last week: For the first class, "HAO:0001205: The line that is longitudinal, extends ventrally on the mesopleuron and corresponds with the site of origin of the second and third mesopleuro-third axillary sclerite of fore wing and the second mesopleuro-mesonotal muscles", "sternaulus" was initially chosen, but Broad pointed out that the label is applied to another feature in ichneumonoids (and, indeed this is another class in the ontology - see HAO:0000953) so we will keep "transepisternal line" as the pereferred label. For the second class, "HAO:0000808: The pit that is located on upper face adjacent the anterior margin of the median ocellus and corresponds internally to a conical apodeme and not the tentorium" Gergely chose "preocellar pit".

For this week:

ID: HAO:0001155


DEFINITION: The area that corresponds with the site of origin of the third mesopleuro-mesonotal and first mesopleuro-third axillary sclerite of fore wing muscle.

TERM OPTIONS: acropleuron, anapleurite, subalar area

HOMONYM NOTES: "anapleurite" has been used for "HAO:0001175: The pleurite that extends ventrally of the lateral margin of the tergum and dorsally of the coxopleurite."; "subalar area" has been used for "HAO:0000960: The area that is delimited by the mesepimeral inflection and corresponding subalar ridge and bears the mesopleural wing process."


ID: HAO:0001180


DEFINITION: The row of setae that extends along the ventral margin of the probasitarsus.

TERM OPTIONS: basitarsal comb, pecten, tarsal comb


- 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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