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Apex of lumbar spinal cord dorsal horn +UML has duplicate concept (C1282146).
Apex of thoracic spinal cord dorsal horn +UML has duplicate concept (C1288553).
Aplysia cerebral ganglion metacerebral cell +http://neuronbank.org/wiki/index.php/Aplysia_cerebral_ganglia
Appalachian brook crayfish +Note this is given as unspecified with a Kingdom: Unknown in BGIF.
Appetitive activity +I'm not sure that the examples given here I'm not sure that the examples given here are consistent with the synonym "eating". Rather, these activities are part of and activity that is "feeding/eating". So I deleted them. I would also favor moving "feeding" to the preferred label and getting rid of "appetitive activity" l and getting rid of "appetitive activity"
Area X +Synonyms derived both from UMLS and from NN, with NN given precedence (BB: 2007-03-03).
Artefact object +This is a proxy class to be replaced by its OBI equivalent, once there is an official release built off BFO v1.1 that can be successfully classified using Pellet v1.5.0 in Protege.
Assay +This is a proxy class to be replaced by its OBI equivalent, once there is an official release built off BFO v1.1 that can be successfully classified using Pellet v1.5.0 in Protege.
Atelidae +This class is not intended to present a no This class is not intended to present a normative, comprehensive, taxonomic hierarchy, but rather is provided as an approximate indication of the phylogenetic relatedness amongst the taxonomic groups nested under it (BB)., This is currently listed as an unconfirmed Family taxon name in GBIF. The fact GBIF lists this Familys Genuses under Cebidae is reflected in this classes asserted disjoints. lected in this classes asserted disjoints.
Attachment (Cognitive Atlas Term) +I think this term needs some work; the de I think this term needs some work; the definition could also apply to physical attachment, but I'm assuming that this refers to cognitive or emotional attachment. As NIF has physical attachment terms, I would select a name for this concept that reflects that this is not physical attachment, e.g., attachment state. ysical attachment, e.g., attachment state.
Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder +Replaced Neurolex ID with disease ontology ID, definition and supercategory. Retained ADHD as an abbreviation.
Audition +I wouldn't include audition as a part of perception; rather I would include it as a type of perception. What is the rationale here?
Auditory modality +I consider "stimulus" as a role and so am not equating stimulus modality with audition at this time, although am willing to reconsider
Auditory system function +Though the CSP definition given refers to Though the CSP definition given refers to a process (which will exist separately in BIRNLex as an occurent), this is the closest definition that captures the sense of a function part of the nervous system. The several other definitions relate more specifically only to the direct sensation component of overall auditory system function. onent of overall auditory system function.
Autonomic Nervous System Disease +MeSH includes synonyms for two implied sub-types: Pure Autonomic Failure; Segmental Autonomic Dysfunction

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BSD License +Note as of 2006, the BSD License is equivalent to the MIT License
Baboon +This class is not intended to present a normative, comprehensive, taxonomic hierarchy, but rather is provided as an approximate indication of the phylogenetic relatedness amongst the taxonomic groups nested under it (BB).
Basal ganglia +Note that the term basal ganglia is also u Note that the term basal ganglia is also used to refer to subcortical nuclei of telencephalic origin. We have listed this definition under "Basal nuclear complex" and listed basal ganglia as a synonym. From the BAMS Thesaurus: Synonym for cerebral nuclei (Swanson, 2000); see Warwick & Williams (1973, p. 805; and Williams & Warwick, 1980, p. 864). Its use is discouraged because reference to ganglia (Galen, c173) in the cerebrospinal axis (Meckel, 1817) is archaic; and because "basal ganglia" today usually refers to a functional system that includes components in the forebrain (Goette, 1873) and midbrain (Baer, 1837), rather than to a topographic division of the endbrain (Kuhlenbeck, 1927); see Anthoney (1994, pp. 106-109), DeLong & Wichmann (2007), and Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology (1998, *A14.1.09.501). tomical Terminology (1998, *A14.1.09.501).
Basalis nucleus cholinergic neuron +http://molinterv.aspetjournals.org/content/3/3/137/F2.expansion
Basommatophora +Listed in GBIF as a order.
Bed nucleus of stria terminalis +Neuronames lists this nucleus as a regiona Neuronames lists this nucleus as a regional part of the septal nuclear complex and so we have followed that convention here; however, it may also be considered to be part of the basal forebrain. All of these structural part of relationships will have to be reviewed carefully. nships will have to be reviewed carefully.
Bed nucleus of the stria medullaris +According to Risold and Swanson (1995), t According to Risold and Swanson (1995), this nucleus is not equivalent to the nucleus of the stria terminalis of Jacobowitz and Palkovits (1974) and Paxinos and Watson (1986). These authors indicated a nucleus of the stria medullaris (or interstitial nucleus of the stria medullaris), located in the rostroventral region of origin of the stria medullaris, and characterized by dense acetylcholinesterase labeling. This cell group lies within the substantia innominata of Swanson (1992; levels 23 and 24), and is also traversed by the medial forebrain bundle. By in situ hybridization (unpublished observations), this cell group contains abundant GABAergic neurons and more sparsely distributed enkephalinergic neurons, similar to adjacent parts of the substantia innominata. This cell group is clearly distinct from the present more rostral and dorsal BSM. m the present more rostral and dorsal BSM.
Behavioral Experimental Paradigm +'IN MY OPINION, WE SHOULD MAKE AN EXPLICIT 'IN MY OPINION, WE SHOULD MAKE AN EXPLICIT DISTINCTION THAT MOST-ALL OF THESE BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENTAL PARADIGMS REPRESENT HUMAN TESTS (AS THEY WOULD FROM COGPO) - THERE ARE MANY OTHER BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENTAL PARADIGMS....AND PERHAPS ALONG THOSE LINES, WE SHOULD CONSIDER THAT MOST ANIMAL PARADIGMS STRIVE TO MODEL ASPECTS OF HUMAN BEHAVIORAL PARADIGMS SO WE COULD SITUATION THE ONTOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS TO FOLLOW TRANSLATIONAL VALUE' LATIONSHIPS TO FOLLOW TRANSLATIONAL VALUE'
Behavioral activity +This seems a bit contrived but appears to This seems a bit contrived but appears to be an appropriate way to classify the sub-classes of behavioral activity derived from this class. These certainly are dispositions inhering in the entity performing the activity. There are also many behavioral activities where it really is a non-sequetor to call them behavioral functions - e.g., 'smoking' is certainly a behavior, but it really makes little sense to represent a 'smoking function' and underlying 'smoking process.' Describing behavior as an activity to which an entity is disposed makes it possible to represent very complex behaviors for which the corresponding behavioral function(s) and underlying process(es) are not yet characterized. Note also that one can describe the activity without proscribing the associated function and underlying process - e.g., ants and humans can both be said to be disposed toward expressing 'locomotive behavior', and, yet, the associated 'locomotor function' and underlying 'locomotor process' in each organism is very different. Note also that behavior in general is not restricted to organic 'living' entities but can also be expressed by 'non-living' entities such as the old 'bobbing bird' toy or an automatic loom. Specific entities may have specific dispositions for expressing certain sets of behavioral activities (BB:2007-03-05). of behavioral activities (BB:2007-03-05).
Binary executable +This is a proxy class to be replaced by its OBI equivalent, once there is an official release built off BFO v1.1 that can be successfully classified using Pellet v1.5.0 in Protege.
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