- These are well-known concepts used informatively by researchers.
- They are more fine-grained than
- They could be useful to distinguish the "basic" questions about fundamentals of genetics (eg. Punett squares and Mendelian laws) from more technical questions explicitly dealing with specific approaches (mutation screens and GWAS).
- To a person who knows what these terms mean (which should be most biologists) they effectively, precisely and concisely convey what the question is about.
Reasonable suggestion and I have now added the tag to your question. Feel free to suggest a tag wiki entry for it: biology.stackexchange.com/edit-tag-wiki/965 .
Do you have any suggestions for questions where reverse-genetics is suitable? I don't think that tags can be created without being attached to a question.