ROBOT Report - ecao

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Types of errors

LevelNumber of errors
ERROR2
WARN468
INFO4

Error breakdown

RuleNumber of errors
duplicate_definition2
annotation_whitespace110
duplicate_exact_synonym18
missing_definition340
lowercase_definition1
missing_superclass3

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Row Level Rule Name Subject Property Value
1 ERROR duplicate_definition organogenesis period IAO:0000115 To be written
2 ERROR duplicate_definition late feeding larva period IAO:0000115 To be written
3 WARN annotation_whitespace mature oocyte stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym spawned egg
4 WARN annotation_whitespace mature spermatozoid stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym spermatozoa
5 WARN annotation_whitespace 1-cell stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym fertilized egg
6 WARN annotation_whitespace 2-cell stage IAO:0000115 An embryo that is composed of two cells and is surrounded by a fertilization envelope. The first cleavage plane took place meridionally (i.e. along the animal-vegetal axis), thereby generating two blastomeres of equal size, each containing both animal and vegetal cytoplasm.
7 WARN annotation_whitespace 4-cell stage IAO:0000115 An embryo that is composed of four cells and is surrounded by a fertilization envelope. The second cleavage plane was meridional and perpendicular to the first one, thereby producing four blastomeres of equal size, each containing both animal and vegetal cytoplasm.
8 WARN annotation_whitespace 16-cell stage IAO:0000115
9 WARN annotation_whitespace 60-cell stage IAO:0000115
10 WARN annotation_whitespace very early blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym 120-cell stage
11 WARN annotation_whitespace very early blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym B1
12 WARN annotation_whitespace early blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym B2
13 WARN annotation_whitespace mid-blastula stage IAO:0000115
14 WARN annotation_whitespace mid-blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym B3
15 WARN annotation_whitespace mid-blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym midB
16 WARN annotation_whitespace late blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym B4
17 WARN annotation_whitespace late blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym LB
18 WARN annotation_whitespace late blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym pre-HB
19 WARN annotation_whitespace late blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym prehatched blastula
20 WARN annotation_whitespace hatched blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym B5
21 WARN annotation_whitespace hatched blastula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym very late blastula stage
22 WARN annotation_whitespace late swimming blastula stage IAO:0000115 The embryo has started elongated along the animal-vegetal axis. Its vegetal region has further continued to thicken and it is marked by a characteristic 'V' shape formed by the blastocoel at the level of the cells constituting the vegetal plate, thereby pointing to the vegetal pole. At the animal pole, the embryo is characterized by the presence of an apical tuft.
23 WARN annotation_whitespace late mesenchyme blastula stage IAO:0000115 The skeletogenic primary mesenchyme cells (PMCs) have migrated away from the vegetal plate by extending filopodia and moving along the blastocoel wall. The vegetal plate has flattened but has not started to invaginate. The apical pole domain still bears an apical tuft of long, non-motile cilia.
24 WARN annotation_whitespace blastopore formation stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym blastopore gastrula stage
25 WARN annotation_whitespace early gastrula stage IAO:0000115 The embryo is mainly characterized morphologically by the presence in the blastocoel of a small archenteron (i.e. primitive digestive tract) that is about a third of its finally size. Following the initial invagination of the vegetal plate, the archenteron has slightly been extended, within the blastocoel, by the subsequent invagination of additional non-skeletogenic mesoderm cells and of some endoderm cells. In parallel, the skeletogenic mesenchyme cells (or SM cells, primary mesenchyme cells or PMC) have by now started migrating along the blastocoel wall, towards the animal pole, thereby creating two lateral chains (one left and one right), while around the developing archenteron, they have gathered into two ventrolateral clusters separated by an oral (or ventral) and an aboral (or dorsal) chain defined by the remaining skeletogenic mesenchyme cells. Within the oral and aboral skeletogenic mesenchyme chains, the cells have further started to fuse to form syncytial filopodial cables within which skeletal calcification will subsequently take place. At the animal pole, the animal neuroectoderm territory is still marked by an enlarged epithelium bearing long and immotile cilia.
26 WARN annotation_whitespace early gastrula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym EG
27 WARN annotation_whitespace mid-gastrula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym mid-G
28 WARN annotation_whitespace late gastrula stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym late-G
29 WARN annotation_whitespace prism stage IAO:0000115 The embryo is mainly characterized morphologically by a typical triangular shape, the beginning of the tripatition of the digestive tract and the presence of pigmented cells. The oral (or ventral) ectoderm has by now even more flattened, making an almost perfect right angle with the blastoporal side of the embryo. By contrast, on the opposite side, the aboral (or dorsal) ectoderm has round up and slightly elongated, thereby forming the primitive apex of the future larvae. These changes have conferred the embryo a typical and easy recognizable triangular shape. In the oral ectoderm, a small depression has further appeared, called the stomodeum, which will later fuse with the tip of the archenteron to form the mouth. In the blastocoel, the digestive tract has also by now bended toward the stomodeum and started to become tripartite. The cardiac sphincter has started forming, separating the future esophagus from the future stomach. The triradiate spicules have also continued elongating, thereby forming by now, towards the animal pole, the right and left dorsoventral connecting rods, towards the apex, the body rods, and along the vegetal, oral ectoderm the left and right ventral transverse rods. Moreover, some non-skeletogenic mesenchyme cells (or NSM cells, secondary mesenchyme cells or SMC) have started becoming pigmented and inserted into the aboral ectoderm. These cells represent part of the future immune system of the larvae along with other blastocoelar cells that are present in the blastocoel around the gut. In the vicinity of the future esophagus, other non-skeletogenic mesoderm descendant cells along with some endoderm cells have further arranged to form a single unpaired coelomic pouch. At the animal pole, the apical pole domain has also started to flatten making the embryo look like a square when viewed from the oral side, and it still arbors a tuft a long and immotile cilia. Finally, within the apical pole domain, but not yet in the ciliary band, molecular labeling surveys also start by this stage to reveal the presence of differentiating neuronal cells.
30 WARN annotation_whitespace prism stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym D
31 WARN annotation_whitespace early pluteus larva stage IAO:0000115 The embryo is by now a fully formed pluteus larva. The mouth has opened and the digestive tract is becoming functional. On the ventral side, the mouth is surrounded anteriorly by an oral hood and posteriorly by two postoral arms. On the dorsal side, the apex has lengthened. The skeleton has indeed continued extending, expending the dorsoventral connecting rods, the body rods, and the ventral transverse rods as well as developing the anterolateral rods and the postoral rods. Within the larva, the tripartition of the digestive tract has further progressed. The cardiac sphincter is now fully formed in between the esophagus and the stomach, and the pyloric sphincter in between the stomach and the intestine and the anal sphincter at the level of the anus have also started forming. Around the esophagus, the coelomic pouch has further developed into two bilobed sacs (or pouches), one on each side of the digestive tract. Finally, within the apical pole domain, as well as within the ciliary band, differentiated neurons with their extended axons can also now be distinguished by immunostaining. In parallel, the apical tuft of long and immotile cilia remains discernable at the tip of the oral hood, while in parallel the ciliary band has further started growing a concentrated number of intermediate size motile cilia, which will be used by the larva to swim directionally.
32 WARN annotation_whitespace early pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym 2-arm pluteus stage
33 WARN annotation_whitespace early pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym early pluteus stage
34 WARN annotation_whitespace 4-arm pluteus larva stage IAO:0000115 The 4-arm pluteus larva is mainly characterized morphologically by the presence, on the ventral side, of four extended arms (two anterolateral arms at the level of the oral hood and two postoral arms) and on the dorsal side by a sleeked apex. The larva now possesses a completely tripartite and functional digestive tract composed of an esophagus, a stomach, and an intestine, respectively limited by a cardiac sphincter, a pyloric sphincter, and an anal sphincter. Around the esophagus, the right and left coelomic pouches have further started to grow in size and elongate. The first morphological indicator of a left-right asymmetry becomes apparent at that stage, the left coelomic pouch being slightly more elongated than the right one. Furthermore, a thin protrusion of non-skeletogenic mesenchyme cells can be seen extending from the left coelomic pouch to the anterior ectoderm. This is the primary pore canal, which opens to the exterior environment by the hydropore. The larva further now possesses, all around the esophagus, a network of contractile muscles allowing it to swallow and feed. Finally, the apical tuft previously observed at the animal pole has by now disappeared, leaving behind only the concentrated stretch of intermediate size cilia borne by the ciliary band.
35 WARN annotation_whitespace 4-arm pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym P
36 WARN annotation_whitespace 4-arm pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym Plut
37 WARN annotation_whitespace 4-arm pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym Plut4a
38 WARN annotation_whitespace 4-arm pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym pluteus larva
39 WARN annotation_whitespace 6-arm pluteus larva stage IAO:0000115 The 6-arm pluteus larva is mainly characterized morphologically by the presence, on the ventral side, of six arms, and by the development, on the anterior midline of the esophagus, of the dorsal arch. The larva has indeed extended on the ventral side two additional posterodorsal arms and has developed on the anterior side an additional skeletal element called the dorsal arch. In addition, at the basis of the postoral and posterodorsal arms, four small patches of ciliary band have by now cut off and migrated toward the apex, forming four patches of ciliated structures called the epaulettes (one posterior and one anterior pair). The nervous system of the larva has also become more complex with cell bodies and axons being present all along the arms and for the latter as well throughout the apex. The left and right coelomic pouches have continued to elongate on each side of the digestive tract. As a note this stage is relatively fleeting.
40 WARN annotation_whitespace competent pluteus larva stage IAO:0000115 The competent pluteus larva is mainly characterized morphologically by the presence, on the ventral size, of still 8 arms and by the presence on the left side of the stomach of the rudiment that is now the size of or even bigger than the stomach. The rudiment further harbors by now five long primary podia (i.e. tube feet), five quartets of definitive spines located between the primary podia and five pairs of immature spines at the basis of the primary podia, while on the opposite side, i.e. on the right side of the larva, five to seven immature spines have further developed, supported by the genital plates, along with one to four pedicaellariae. At the level of the larva, in parallel, the anterior and posterior pairs of epaulettes have also considerably increased in size by now and even fused dorsally to the hydropore and to the anus respectively, thereby leaving exempt of cilia two lateral fields in between them. At the center of the left lateral field, the vestibular roof has also by now ruptured and this opening has created the vestibular pore, through which some primary podia of the rudiment protrude outside the larva and scrutinize the substrate looking for the adequate cues to begin metamorphosis. At that stage, the larva is thus exhibiting a typical substrate-test behavior, going to the sea bottom and scrutinizing the substrate. This behavior is characteristic of a larva named competent to metamorphosis, which it will accomplish providing that it is adequately stimulated by environmental factors.
41 WARN annotation_whitespace competent pluteus larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym Cpt8a
42 WARN annotation_whitespace metamorphic larva stage IAO:0000115 The metamorphic larva stage consists essentially of the evagination of the echinoid rudiment. It is characterized by the execution of conspicuous and relatively abrupt physical changes that take place quite quickly, in about one hour, and during which the planktonic larva is transformed into a benthic juvenile. At that stage, the larva is settled on the substrate and is firmly attached to it by the primary podia of the rudiment. The ectodermal epithelium of its arms has started to collapse, making the spicules supporting the larval arms piercing through the epidermis. The larval mouth and anus have further closed, while in parallel, within the larva, the rudiment spines have lifted up thereby distending the vestibular wall and wide opening the vestibular pore. Following these movements, the rudiment has farther down accomplished and finalized its complete eversion, encapsulating the digestive tract and reaching the right side of the larval body. During this process, the genital plates and the associated pedicellariae and immature spines present on the right side of the larva have further completed the production of the aboral part of the adult body. At the end of metamorphosis, hence at the end of the metamorphic larva stage, the individual has thus become benthic, it is settled in the substrate, and it looks like an adult pentaradial sea urchin although it is smaller in size, deprived of a functional digestive system and sexually immature.
43 WARN annotation_whitespace metamorphic larva stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym meta
44 WARN annotation_whitespace early juvenile stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym endotrophic juvenile
45 WARN annotation_whitespace early juvenile stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym postlarva
46 WARN annotation_whitespace adult stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym gravid sea urchin
47 WARN annotation_whitespace anatomical system oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym body system
48 WARN annotation_whitespace anatomical system oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym connected anatomical system
49 WARN annotation_whitespace water vascular system IAO:0000115 The water vascular system is a hydraulic system used by sea urchins for locomotion, food and waste transportation, and respiration. The system is composed of canals connecting numerous tube feet.
50 WARN annotation_whitespace animal hemisphere oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym upper half
51 WARN annotation_whitespace animal hemisphere oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym upper hemisphere
52 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal hemisphere oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym lower half
53 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal hemisphere oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym lower hemisphere
54 WARN annotation_whitespace animal pole domain oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym animal plate
55 WARN annotation_whitespace animal pole domain oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym anterior neuroectoderm
56 WARN annotation_whitespace animal pole domain oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym apical plate
57 WARN annotation_whitespace animal pole domain oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym neurogenic ectoderm
58 WARN annotation_whitespace rudiment oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym imaginal adult rudiment
59 WARN annotation_whitespace equatorial pigment band oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym pigmented band
60 WARN annotation_whitespace spermatozoid oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym male gamete
61 WARN annotation_whitespace spermatozoid oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym mature sperm cell
62 WARN annotation_whitespace spermatozoid oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym spermatozoa
63 WARN annotation_whitespace spermatozoid oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym spermatozoan
64 WARN annotation_whitespace aster oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym mitotic aster
65 WARN annotation_whitespace vitelline membrane oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym vitelline envelope
66 WARN annotation_whitespace basal laminar vesicle oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym basal vesicle
67 WARN annotation_whitespace echinonectin vesicle oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym echinonectin granule
68 WARN annotation_whitespace actin filament oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym F-actin filament
69 WARN annotation_whitespace mature oocyte oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym female gamete
70 WARN annotation_whitespace mature oocyte oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym female germ cell
71 WARN annotation_whitespace mature oocyte oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym unfertilized egg
72 WARN annotation_whitespace large micromere descendant cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym presumptive PMC
73 WARN annotation_whitespace large micromere descendant cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym presumptive primary mesenchyme cell
74 WARN annotation_whitespace large micromere descendant cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym presumptive skeletogenic mesenchyme cell
75 WARN annotation_whitespace animal pole domain presumptive neuron oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym animal pole domain neuronal progenitor cell
76 WARN annotation_whitespace axon tract oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym axon bundle
77 WARN annotation_whitespace enteric nerve plexus oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym digestive nerve plexus
78 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 1 oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym ectoendoderm
79 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 2 oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym endomesoderm
80 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 1 upper oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym presumptive vegetal ectoderm
81 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 1 upper oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym veg1 upper
82 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 1 lower oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym veg1 lower
83 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 2 upper oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym veg2 upper
84 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 2 lower oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym presumptive non-skeletogenic mesoderm
85 WARN annotation_whitespace vegetal tier 2 lower oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym veg2 lower
86 WARN annotation_whitespace germ layer oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym embryonic germ layer
87 WARN annotation_whitespace ectoendoderm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym veg1
88 WARN annotation_whitespace endomesoderm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym mesoendoderm
89 WARN annotation_whitespace endomesoderm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym veg2
90 WARN annotation_whitespace oral hood oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PL
91 WARN annotation_whitespace oral hood oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym preoral lobe
92 WARN annotation_whitespace right anterolateral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym ALA
93 WARN annotation_whitespace left anterolateral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym ALA
94 WARN annotation_whitespace right preoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PRO
95 WARN annotation_whitespace left preoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PRO
96 WARN annotation_whitespace embryonic skeletogenic mesenchyme oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym primary mesenchyme
97 WARN annotation_whitespace archenteron oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym primitive gut
98 WARN annotation_whitespace embryonic skeletogenic mesenchyme cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym primary mesenchyme cell
99 WARN annotation_whitespace syncytium oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym multinucleated cell
100 WARN annotation_whitespace syncytium oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym syncytial cell
101 WARN annotation_whitespace syncytium oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym syncytium
102 WARN annotation_whitespace subequatorial skeletogenic mesenchyme ring oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PMC ring
103 WARN annotation_whitespace subequatorial skeletogenic mesenchyme ring oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym primary mesenchyme cell ring
104 WARN annotation_whitespace subequatorial skeletogenic mesenchyme ring oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym subequatorial PMC ring
105 WARN annotation_whitespace subequatorial skeletogenic mesenchyme ring oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym subequatorial SM ring
106 WARN annotation_whitespace subequatorial skeletogenic mesenchyme ring oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym subequatorial primary mesenchyme cell ring
107 WARN annotation_whitespace embryonic non-skeletogenic mesenchyme oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym NSM
108 WARN annotation_whitespace embryonic non-skeletogenic mesenchyme cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym secondary mesenchyme cell
109 WARN annotation_whitespace presumptive pigment cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym presumptive immunocyte
110 WARN annotation_whitespace pigment cell oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym pigmented immunocyte
111 WARN annotation_whitespace oral epithelium oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym circumoral ectoderm
112 WARN annotation_whitespace oral epithelium oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym circumoral epithelium
113 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym mature spermatozoid stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym sperm
114 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym spermatozoid oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym sperm
115 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym small micromere oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym SM
116 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym embryonic skeletogenic mesenchyme oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym SM
117 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym right preoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym
118 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym left preoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym
119 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym right postoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym
120 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym left postoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym
121 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym right posterodorsal arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PD
122 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym left posterodorsal arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PD
123 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym right anterolateral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym AL
124 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym left anterolateral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym AL
125 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym mature spermatozoid stage oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym spermatozoa
126 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym spermatozoid oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym spermatozoa
127 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym right preoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PRO
128 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym left preoral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym PRO
129 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym right anterolateral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym ALA
130 WARN duplicate_exact_synonym left anterolateral arm oboInOwl:hasExactSynonym ALA
131 WARN missing_definition root node IAO:0000115
132 WARN missing_definition life cycle period IAO:0000115
133 WARN missing_definition larval development IAO:0000115
134 WARN missing_definition anatomical space IAO:0000115
135 WARN missing_definition larva IAO:0000115
136 WARN missing_definition juvenile IAO:0000115
137 WARN missing_definition adult IAO:0000115
138 WARN missing_definition juvenile digestive system IAO:0000115
139 WARN missing_definition immune system IAO:0000115
140 WARN missing_definition embryonic immune system IAO:0000115
141 WARN missing_definition larval immune system IAO:0000115
142 WARN missing_definition juvenile immune system IAO:0000115
143 WARN missing_definition adult immune system IAO:0000115
144 WARN missing_definition nervous system IAO:0000115
145 WARN missing_definition juvenile nervous system IAO:0000115
146 WARN missing_definition adult nervous system IAO:0000115
147 WARN missing_definition muscular system IAO:0000115
148 WARN missing_definition larval muscular system IAO:0000115
149 WARN missing_definition juvenile muscular system IAO:0000115
150 WARN missing_definition adult muscular system IAO:0000115
151 WARN missing_definition embryonic endoskeleton IAO:0000115
152 WARN missing_definition larval endoskeleton IAO:0000115
153 WARN missing_definition rudiment endoskeleton IAO:0000115
154 WARN missing_definition juvenile endoskeleton IAO:0000115
155 WARN missing_definition adult endoskeleton IAO:0000115
156 WARN missing_definition cell cortex IAO:0000115
157 WARN missing_definition cleavage furrow IAO:0000115
158 WARN missing_definition animal pole domain IAO:0000115
159 WARN missing_definition blastopore IAO:0000115
160 WARN missing_definition blastopore lip IAO:0000115
161 WARN missing_definition bottle cell IAO:0000115
162 WARN missing_definition embryonic cell IAO:0000115
163 WARN missing_definition vegetal plate IAO:0000115
164 WARN missing_definition skeletal element IAO:0000115
165 WARN missing_definition tissue IAO:0000115
166 WARN missing_definition rudiment IAO:0000115
167 WARN missing_definition rudiment structure IAO:0000115
168 WARN missing_definition non-rudiment adult structure IAO:0000115
169 WARN missing_definition intracellular part IAO:0000115
170 WARN missing_definition cytoskeleton IAO:0000115
171 WARN missing_definition microtubule IAO:0000115
172 WARN missing_definition centrosome IAO:0000115
173 WARN missing_definition mitotic spindle IAO:0000115
174 WARN missing_definition meiotic spindle IAO:0000115
175 WARN missing_definition aster IAO:0000115
176 WARN missing_definition sperm aster IAO:0000115
177 WARN missing_definition acellular membrane IAO:0000115
178 WARN missing_definition vitelline membrane IAO:0000115
179 WARN missing_definition hyaline layer IAO:0000115
180 WARN missing_definition microvillus IAO:0000115
181 WARN missing_definition apical lamina IAO:0000115
182 WARN missing_definition secretory vesicle IAO:0000115
183 WARN missing_definition cilium IAO:0000115
184 WARN missing_definition filopodium IAO:0000115
185 WARN missing_definition basal lamina IAO:0000115
186 WARN missing_definition basal laminar vesicle IAO:0000115
187 WARN missing_definition apical vesicle IAO:0000115
188 WARN missing_definition cortical granule IAO:0000115
189 WARN missing_definition echinonectin vesicle IAO:0000115
190 WARN missing_definition mitochondrion IAO:0000115
191 WARN missing_definition actin cytoskeleton IAO:0000115
192 WARN missing_definition actin filament IAO:0000115
193 WARN missing_definition nuclear part IAO:0000115
194 WARN missing_definition nucleoplasm IAO:0000115
195 WARN missing_definition nuclear envelope IAO:0000115
196 WARN missing_definition endoplasmic reticulum IAO:0000115
197 WARN missing_definition spermatozoid entry point IAO:0000115
198 WARN missing_definition plasma membrane IAO:0000115
199 WARN missing_definition spermatozoid part IAO:0000115
200 WARN missing_definition small micromere descendant cell IAO:0000115