Here is the second paper to read and dissect in our new Phenotype Ontologies series – a programmatic perspective on implementing new ontology-based data and metadata standards so that zoomorphological research can better contribute to eScience.
Vogt, L., M. Nickel, R.A. Jenner & A.R. Deans. 2013. The need for data standards in zoomorphology. Journal of Morphology 274: 793–808. Available on-line here.