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Title: Translating high throughput phenotyping into genetic gain
Author: Araus Ortega, José Luis
Kefauver, Shawn Carlisle
Zaman Allah, Mainassara
Olsen, Mike S.
Cairns, Jill E.
Keywords: Fenotip
Genètica de poblacions
Millorament selectiu de plantes
Population Genetics
Plant breeding
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: Elsevier Current Trends
Abstract: Inability to efficiently implement high-throughput field phenotyping is increas-ingly perceived as a key component that limits genetic gain in breeding pro-grams. Field phenotyping must be integrated into a wider context than justchoosing the correct selection traits, deployment tools, evaluation platforms, orbasic data-management methods. Phenotyping means more than conductingsuch activities in a resource-efficient manner; it also requires appropriate trialmanagement and spatial variability handling, definition of key constrainingconditions prevalent in the target population of environments, and the devel-opment of more comprehensive data management, including crop modeling.This review will provide a wide perspective on how field phenotyping is bestimplemented. It will also outline how to bridge the gap between breeders and'phenotypers' in an effective manner.
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It is part of: Trends in Plant Science, 2018, vol. 23, num. 5, p. 451-466
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ISSN: 1360-1385
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