Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of PreviousCurationMeetings


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Jan 7, 2013, 4:05:04 PM (9 years ago)
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val_wood
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  • PreviousCurationMeetings

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     280* Pre- vs post-composing terms
     281  * background (older comments):
     282   * We've decided to make some phenotype terms obsolete and use conditions to capture temperature, carbon source, nitrogen source, etc. Last call to review the affected terms -- are there any that we should keep after all?
     283    * normal growth at high temperature FYPO:0000674
     284    * viable at high temperature FYPO:0000282
     285    * sensitive to cold FYPO:0000080
     286    * sensitive to high osmolarity FYPO:0000081
     287    * sensitive to high temperature FYPO:0000082
     288    * slow growth at high temperature FYPO:0000247
     289    * normal cell growth on ammonia nitrogen source FYPO:0000242
     290    * normal cell growth on proline nitrogen source FYPO:0000243
     291    * slow cell growth on ammonia nitrogen source FYPO:0000249
     292    * slow cell growth on proline nitrogen source FYPO:0000250
     293    * slow cell growth on galactose carbon source FYPO:0000251
     294    * slow cell growth on glycerol/ethanol carbon source FYPO:0000442
     295    * increased cell growth rate on glucose carbon source FYPO:0000637
     296    * slow cell growth on glycerol carbon source FYPO:0000684
     297  * update 2012-03-09: I'm now thinking of keeping just heat sensitive (FYPO:82) and cold sensitive (FYPO:80) as a practical matter -- lots of community curators/users will search for them! The rest could probably still go, converted to parent + condition(s).
     298  * update 2012-06-12 (based on discussion in May): actually still thinking about this. It's a "when to pre- or post-compose terms" question, analogous to GO terms + extensions. [wiki:PrePostComposePhenotype Thoughts in progress noted here.]
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     300 We decided we are happy with how we are doing this right now