Plant Trait Ontology

Last uploaded: October 14, 2020
Preferred Name

primordium

Synonyms

portion of primordium tissue (exact)

primordia (exact, plural)

原基(可視的) (Japanese, exact)

portion of primordial tissue (exact)

primordio (Spanish, exact)

Definitions

A portion of meristem tissue (PO:0009013) that has as parts protoderm (PO:0006210) and sub-epidermal meristematic tissue and is committed to the development of a particular plant structure (PO:0009011). A primordium appears as a protrusion and is the first distinct form of a plant organ (PO:0009008), cardinal organ part (PO:0025001), or collective plant organ structure (PO:0025007). The transition from a primordium to the plant structure it develops into is marked by the development of non-meristematic cells, although meristematic cells may be present after the transition.

ID

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/PO_0025127

comment

A primordium appears as a protrusion and is the first distinct form of a plant organ (PO:0009008), cardinal organ part (PO:0025001), or collective plant organ structure (PO:0025007). The transition from a primordium to the plant structure it develops into is marked by the development of non-meristematic cells, although meristematic cells may be present after the transition.

created_by

rwalls

creation_date

2010-11-15T09:10:22Z

database_cross_reference

PO_GIT:186

definition

A portion of meristem tissue (PO:0009013) that has as parts protoderm (PO:0006210) and sub-epidermal meristematic tissue and is committed to the development of a particular plant structure (PO:0009011).

has_exact_synonym

portion of primordium tissue (exact)

primordia (exact, plural)

原基(可視的) (Japanese, exact)

portion of primordial tissue (exact)

primordio (Spanish, exact)

has_obo_namespace

plant_anatomy

id

PO:0025127

label

primordium

notation

PO:0025127

prefixIRI

obo1:PO_0025127

prefLabel

primordium

subClassOf

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/PO_0009013

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