logo Plant Environment Ontology

A structured, controlled vocabulary which describes the treatments, growing conditions, and/or study types used in plant biology experiments.

A structured, controlled vocabulary for the representation of plant environmental conditions.

Migration Guide from EO to PECO

If you are using classes like EO:nnnnnn then you should be able to substitute this for PECO:nnnnnn, as all of the numeric parts of the ID are preserved.

For a more robust mechanism, peco.obo contains alt_ids, and peco.owl contains the equivalent replaced_by assertions, which point from an obsoleted EO class to the corresponding PECO class.

If you have any issues you can report them here:

https://github.com/Planteome/plant-experimental-conditions-ontology/issues/95

Products

eo.owl
eo.obo

Usages

User
http://planteome.org/
Description
Planteome uses EO to describe traits for genes and germplasm
Examples
Genes and proteins annotated to cold temperature regiment
User
http://gramene.org/
Description
Gramene uses EO for the annotation of plant genes and QTLs
Examples
Gramene annotations to cold temperature regiment