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Ontology-based standardized phenotype and gene annotations from six model/crop species Public Deposited

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  • The data retrieved from gt;momic sequencing techniques provides the raw information required to infer the basis of mutations and their resulting phenotypes, wherein plant ontologies can be utilized in annotating said phenotypes using a common, shared vocabulary. By relating mutant genes of similar phenotypes both within and between plant species, methods of analyzing and integrating genetic data in terms of homology and orthology becomes a more attainable and realistic goal with far-reaching implications in the scientific community. Emerging knowledge on genes and associated phenotypic traits related to abiotic resistance mechanisms allow researchers to apply such information towards the creation of effective breeding programs, as well as in eliciting new, useful information on genetic variants within in other plant species.
  • Key Words: genotype, phenotype, plant systematics, bio-ontology, genome annotation
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