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Record number 495119
Title Crop systems biology : Where are we and where to go?
Author(s) Yin, Xinyou; Struik, P.C.
Source In: Crop Systems Biology: Narrowing the Gaps Between Crop Modelling and Genetics / Yin, X., Struik, P.C., Springer International Publishing - ISBN 9783319205618 - p. 219 - 227.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20562-5_10
Department(s) Crop Physiology
PE&RC
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2016
Abstract

The preceding chapters outline approaches in systems biology, genetic mapping and crop modelling, and have shown whether and how these approaches could potentially be integrated to form an effective ‘crop systems biology’ approach in support of crop improvement. To fulfi l the great expectations from the integrated modelling, crop models should be improved based on understandings at lower organizational levels, in the meanwhile ensuring that model-input parameters can be easily phenotyped. The ‘crop systems biology’ approach is believed ultimately to realize the expected roles of modelling in narrowing genotype-phenotype gaps and predicting the phenotype from genomic data. Such an approach could be an important tool to solve some imminent food-, feed-, and energy-related, ‘real-world’ problems.

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