Source: TAIR Gene Ontology Annotations. Updated: May 12 06:21
1. Gene / locus name: standard AGI convention name 2. TAIR accession:the unique identifier for an object in the TAIR database- the object type is the prefix, followed by a unique accession number(e.g. gene:12345). 3. Object name : the name of the object (gene, protein, locus) being annotated. 4. GO term: the actual string of letters corresponding to the GO ID 5. GO ID: the unique identifier for a GO term. 6. Key: the unique identifier for a keyword in the TAIR database. 7. Aspect: F=molecular function, C=cellular component, P=biological process. 8. GOslim term: high level GO term helps in functional categorization. 9. Evidence code: three letter code for evidence types (see: http://www.geneontology.org/GO.evidence.html). 10. Reference: Either a TAIR accession for a reference (reference table: reference_id) or reference from PubMed (e.g. PMID:1234). 11. Annotating database: TAIR or TIGR 12. Date annotated: date the annotation was made.