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URI http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/S13/current/
DescriptionControlled vocabulary defining the terms that may be used for ad-hoc qualification of a biological entity (component of the what theme) in the BODC parameter semantic model.
CreatorBritish Oceanographic Data Centre
Modified2020-10-11
Version Info26
Identifier S13
Register Manager British Oceanographic Data Centre
Register Owner British Oceanographic Data Centre
See Also https://github.com/nvs-vocabs/S13
Members
Identifier PrefLabel Definition Date
S189 #1 Label used by the data originator to differentiate an unidentified subset of the named organism: only to be used if 'Type 1' or 'sp. 1' are not appropriate. 2014-11-18
S1360 1-year old The specimen or group of specimen have been categorised as being 1-year old. 2019-03-07
S1361 2-year old The specimen or group of specimen have been categorised as being 2-year old. 2019-03-07
S1362 3-year old The specimen or group of specimen have been categorised as being 3-year old. 2019-03-07
S131 True Agg58 2006-02-17
S1350 Type 1 A recognised morphotype of the named organism 2014-08-21
S1354 Type 1 / sensu Throndsen 1972 A recognised morphotype of the named organism. The term is usually associated with coccolithophores. 2016-07-01
S162 Type 2 A recognised morphotype of the named organism 2014-08-21
S163 Type 3 A recognised morphotype of the named organism 2014-08-21
S164 Type 4 A recognised morphotype of the named organism 2014-08-21
S1351 Type 5 A recognised morphotype of the named organism 2014-08-21
S188 Type D A recognised morphotype of the named organism. 2014-11-18
S132 Zubkov population 1 2006-02-17
S133 Zubkov population 2 2006-02-17
S134 Zubkov population 4 2006-02-17
S194 aerobic mesophilic A term describing organisms that survive and grow in an oxygenated environment, in moderate temperatures, typically between 20 degrees C to 45 degrees C 2017-08-25
S1349 aplastidic A term describing cells that do not have organelles termed plastids for the storage of pigments or food 2011-08-01
S135 autotrophic A term describing organisms capable of making organic molecules from inorganic sources using energy from light via photosynthesis or from chemical reactions via chemosynthesis. 2016-06-09
S136 bathypelagic 2006-02-17
S1336 burrowing A subgroup of a biological entity that normally lives within sediment 2006-10-27
S158 clade 1 2006-02-17
S159 clade 2 2006-02-17
S160 clade 3 2006-02-17
S161 clade 4 2006-02-17
S137 coccolithophores Single-cell prymnesiophytes characterised by the presence of calcareous plates termed coccoliths. 2012-11-15
S1358 collapsed frustules Applies to diatom frustules that have lost their shape. 2017-12-09
S138 colonial 2006-02-17
S1347 dead An organism that is no longer exhibiting the characteristics of life such as respiration or locomotion. 2010-02-09
S139 deep water 2006-02-17
S1310 deep-adapted 2006-02-17
S1311 empty 2006-02-17
S1334 encrusting 2006-09-18
S1356 epiphytes In the marine environment, epiphytes may be any organism (e.g. algae, fungi, sponges, bryozoans, ascidians, crustaceans, molluscs and any other sessile organism) that grow on the surface of seagrasses or macroalgae. 2017-10-22
S1335 errant 2006-09-18
S1342 filamentous phylotype 2010-01-17
S1343 gamma A phylotype 2010-01-17
S140 group B1 2006-02-17
S141 group B2 2006-02-17
S144 group P1 2006-02-17
S153 group P10 2006-02-17
S145 group P2 2006-02-17
S146 group P3 2006-02-17
S147 group P4 2006-02-17
S148 group P5 2006-02-17
S149 group P6 2006-02-17
S150 group P7 2006-02-17
S151 group P8 2006-02-17
S152 group P9 2006-02-17
S142 group PSB1 autotrophic 2006-02-17
S143 group PSB2 autotrophic 2006-02-17
S154 group V1 2006-02-17
S155 group V2 2006-02-17
S156 group V3 2006-02-17
S157 group V4 2006-02-17
S1359 half frustules Applies to one of two valves or thecae making up a diatom frustule. 2017-12-09
S191 hellenica type A recognised morphotype of the named organism. The term is usually associated with coccolithophores. 2014-11-19
S1312 heterotrophic A term describing organisms that are unable of making organic molecules from inorganic sources of carbon and rely instead on the consumption of organic molecules synthesized by other organisms. 2016-06-09
S1313 heterotrophic 2-20um+autotrophic 2-5um 2006-02-17
S1314 heterotrophic+autotrophic 2006-02-17
S1339 heterotrophic; high nucleic acid cell content Arbitrary grouping corresponding to strong colouration resulting from DNA-binding stain combined with an absence of chlorophyll 2009-04-16
S1340 heterotrophic; low nucleic acid cell content Arbitrary grouping corresponding to weak colouration resulting from DNA-binding stain combined with an absence of chlorophyll 2009-04-16
S1338 high nucleic acid cell content Arbitrary grouping corresponding to strong colouration resulting from DNA-binding stain 2008-10-09
S1355 hoop-coccolith coccolithophores Coccolithophore cells or coccospheres with individual liths shaped like hoops or rings. 2016-07-01
S1357 in chain formation Applies to organisms that have the ability to form colonies in the form of a chain like e.g. chain-forming diatoms. 2017-12-09
S1315 in gelatinous mass 2006-02-17
S1316 like 2006-02-17
S1346 live An organism that is exhibiting the characteristics of life such as respiration or locomotion. 2010-02-09
S1337 low nucleic acid cell content Arbitrary grouping corresponding to weak colouration resulting from DNA-binding stain 2008-10-09
S1363 mesopelagic An organism inhabiting the intermediate depths of the sea between the epipelagic and the bathypelagic layers. The depth range used can vary between 200 to 1100 metres or between 150 to 2000m depending on the source (source: www.fishbase.se/glossary. 2020-02-27
S1317 motile 2006-02-17
S1353 nishidae type A recognised morphotype of the named organism. The term is usually associated with coccolithophores. 2016-07-01
S1318 non-motile 2006-02-17
S1319 not specified 2006-02-17
S190 oblonga type A recognised morphotype of the named organism. The term is usually associated with coccolithophores. 2014-11-19
S1320 other species 2006-02-17
S1321 p1-7 2006-02-17
S1322 p3-42 2006-02-17
S1323 parasitic 2006-02-17
S193 pirus type A recognised morphotype of the named organism. The term is usually associated with coccolithophores. 2014-11-19
S1348 plastidic A term describing cells that have organelles termed plastids for the storage of pigments or food; plastids are found in plants and algae. 2016-06-10
S1324 shallow-adapted 2006-02-17
S1325 single chloroplast 2006-02-17
S165 sp. 1 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S174 sp. 10 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S166 sp. 2 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S167 sp. 3 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S168 sp. 4 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S169 sp. 5 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S170 sp. 6 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S171 sp. 7 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S172 sp. 8 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S173 sp. 9 Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S175 sp. A Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S179 sp. A autotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S183 sp. A heterotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with no visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S176 sp. B Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S180 sp. B autotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S184 sp. B heterotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with no visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S177 sp. C Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S181 sp. C autotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S186 sp. C colonial Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species that has cells which associate together within a single sample or a batch of samples . 2014-09-04
S185 sp. C heterotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with no visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S178 sp. D Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a known group of organisms (generally a genus) within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-02
S182 sp. D autotrophic Label used by the data originator to differentiate unidentified and presumed single species belonging to a group of organisms with visible chloroplasts within a single sample or a batch of samples. 2014-09-04
S187 species aggregate A group of very closely related organisms similar to the species named but known to include multiple species which cannot be differentiated at the time of the analysis. 2014-10-31
S1341 unicellular group A phylotype 2010-01-17
S192 wettsteinii type A recognised morphotype of the named organism. The term is usually associated with coccolithophores. 2014-11-19
S1326 with chl-a and plasma 2006-02-17
S1327 with chl-a and plasma: other species 2006-02-17
S1352 with four birefringent spots A characteristic of minerals (usually coccoliths in this context) that display groups of four coloured spots under cross-polarised light sometimes referred to as quads. 2012-11-07
S1328 with hair chaetes 2006-02-17
S1364 with percentage necrosis >=10% The targetted biological entity has a proportion of necrosis greater or equal to 10 percent; for coralligeneous colonies, this is relative to the total living area of the colony. 2020-10-10
S1332 with spermatophores at the genital aperture or attached to the petasma 2006-02-17
S1330 with spermatophores or spermatozoa inside the thelycum 2006-02-17
S1333 without external spermatophores 2006-02-17
S1329 without hair chaetes 2006-02-17
S1331 without spermatophores 2006-02-17