The organization of mutant phenotype data in AspGD is described in the Phenotype Pages Help document. The data may be browsed and searched via several avenues:
The phrase "10 Phenotypes" is hyperlinked to a list of phenotypes for which the search criterion matches all or part of a phenotype term. The "Expanded Phenotype Search" link is hyperlinked to a list of search results in which the original search criterion has been used to search all phenotype data, including the terms describing observable features and other associated information such as details, conditions, chemical names, and anatomical structures. The result table also lists the name of the organism.
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