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The flora phenotype ontology (FLOPO): tool for integrating morphological traits and phenotypes of vascular plants

Hoehndorf, Robert; Alshahrani, Mona; Gkoutos, Georgios V.; Gosline, George; Groom, Quentin; Hamann, Thomas; Kattge, Jens; de Oliveira, Sylvia Mota; Schmidt, Marco; Sierra, Soraya; Smets, Erik; Vos, Rutger A.; Weiland, Claus


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