All terms in BTO

Label Id Description
basophil BTO_0000129 [Mammalian granulocyte with large heterochromatic basophilic granules that contain histamine bound to a protein and heparin-like mucopolysaccharide matrix. They are not phagocytic. Very similar to mast cells though it is not clear whether they have common lineage.]
granulocyte BTO_0000539 [A polymorphonuclear white blood cell with granule-containingcytoplasm. In humans the granulocytes are also classified as polymorphonuclear leucocytes and are subdivided according to the staining properties of the granules into eosinophils, basophils and neutrophils, some invertebrate blood cells are also referred to, not very helpfully, as granulocytes.]
phloem parenchyma cell BTO_0002790
white prepupa BTO_0001459 [In Drosophila metamorphosis there is a 15 minute period after puparium formation, during which the cuticle is white. At this stage, the animal is called a white prepupa.]
prepupa BTO_0001110 [1: An inactive stage just before the pupa in the development of certain insects. 2:The form of an insect in this stage.]
blastula BTO_0000128 [The usually spherical structure produced by cleavage of a zygote, consisting of a single layer of cells (blastoderm) surrounding a fluid-filled cavity (blastocoele).]
Thing Thing
culture condition:arginine-grown cell BTO_0002791
culture condition:-grown cell BTO_0001479
apocrine sweat gland BTO_0001458 [A type of large, branched, specialized sudoriferous gland (glandula sudorifera) that empties into the upper portion of a hair follicle instead of directly onto the skin surface; found only on certain areas of the body, such as around the anus and in the axilla; after puberty they produce a viscous secretion that is acted on by bacteria to produce a characteristic acrid odor.]
sweat gland BTO_0001331 [A simple tubular gland of the skin that secretes perspiration, is widely distributed in nearly all parts of the human skin, and consists typically of an epithelial tube extending spirally from a minute pore on the surface of the skin into the dermis or subcutaneous tissues where it ends in a convoluted tuft.]
apocrine gland BTO_0001162 [A gland whose discharged secretion contains part of the secreting cells.]
blastospore BTO_0000127 [A fungal spore produced by budding.]
spore BTO_0001171 [A primitive usually unicellular often environmentally resistant dormant or reproductive body produced by plants and some microorganisms and capable of development into a new individual either directly or after fusion with another spore.]
culture condition:citrulline-grown cell BTO_0002792
blastoderm BTO_0000126 [The mass of cells produced by cleavage of a fertilized ovum, forming the hollow sphere of the blastula, or the cellular cap above a floor of segmented yolk in the discoblastula of telolecithal eggs.]
hip BTO_0001457 [The laterally projecting region of each side of the lower or posterior part of the mammalian trunk formed by the lateral parts of the pelvis and upper part of the femur together with the fleshy parts covering them.]
culture condition:glucose/ammonium-grown cell BTO_0002793
white adipose tissue BTO_0001456 [The adipose tissue comprising the bulk of the body fat.]
adipose tissue BTO_0001487 [Connective tissue in which fat is stored and which has the cells distended by droplets of fat.]