Stock Relationship Ontology

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This page serves as an initial draft of the nascent Stock Relationship Ontology.

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stock types

  • term
    • is_a subterm

Proposed relations (by Pantelis Topalis 28 May 2010)

Based on what it is written in this page, we can use the following relations (please comment / add / modify as required).

  • is_a (OBO_REL:is_a)
  • part_of (OBO_REL:part_of)
  • derives_from (OBO_REL:derives_from)
  • is_parent_of
  • is_offspring_of
  • is_member_of

stock_relationship types

(the following is largely taken from a prior VB wiki dealing with the same issue. I've put them here as a conversation starter only - feel free to delete / alter / extend as required) Sethnr 13:12, 11 May 2010 (UTC)

individual -> individual

  • parent -> offspring
  • individual -> RNAi treated individual

individual -> group

  • parents -> offspring
  • parent -> offspring (i.e. isofem)
  • pool of individuals

group -> individual

  • individual from pool (e.g. single sequenced individual from field collection)
  • individual under gen. modification (e.g. RNAi?)

group -> group

  • sub-population from larger population
  • group->group RNAi (and other experimental manipulations)
  • bred lines from lab stocks

nd_assay_stock types

Here is one distinction we may all need to make: assays that use stocks and assays that generate stocks. I suggest the following but it is a bit computer-sciency! Maccallr 10:25, 1 June 2010 (UTC)

  • assay_input_stock
  • assay_output_stock

Should the amount of stock used/generated be recorded in nd_assay_stockprop? Or should we have nd_assay_stock.types like 'stock sample', 'entire stock'? Maccallr 10:25, 1 June 2010 (UTC)

nd_assay types