Tuesday, August 2, 2011

What's the Preferred Term - 8/2/2011

Recap from last post: For the first class "HAO:0000319: The pit that is located on the upper face dorsal to the intertorular carina and corresponds internally to a conical apodeme and not the tentorium" we had no responses and will thus maintain "pore facial" as the preferred term. For the second class "HAO:0000326: The scrobe that is located on the mesopleuron into which the mid leg fits when pressed against the mesosoma", Krogmann suggested a new label, "mesofemoral depression" as the preferred one. Thus we have added the label and it is now the preferred one.

For this week:

ID: HAO:0000647

HYMGLOSSARY LINK: http://glossary.hymao.org/projects/32/public/ontology_class/show_expanded/601

DEFINITION: The line that extends submedially along the mesoscutum and corresponds to the median border of the site of origin of the first mesopleuro-mesonotal muscle.

TERM OPTIONS: notaular line, notaulix, notaulus



ID: HAO:0001044

HYMGLOSSARY LINK: http://glossary.hymao.org/projects/32/public/ontology_class/show_expanded/655

DEFINITION: The area that is located dorsally of the ventral margin of toruli and ventrally of the anterior ocellus medial to the inner margins of the eye and malar line.

TERM OPTIONS: frons, frontal area, supra-antennal area, upper face

HOMONYM NOTES: "frons" is also used for the class "HAO: 0001523: The area that is situated between the epistomal line and the anterior ocellus and limited laterally by the inner margin of compound eye"


- 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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