Plant Phenomics: Bridging the gap between Plant Physiology and Genetics

Authors

  • Roshni Maniya Shree Ram Krishna Institute of Computer Education and Applied Sciences,MTB Campus, Athwalines,surat-395001,Gujarat
  • Marjadi Darshan Shree Ram Krishna Institute of Computer Education and Applied Sciences,MTB Campus, Athwalines,surat-395001,Gujarat
  • Pushpsheel shukla CSMCRI,bhavanagar,Gujarat

Keywords:

infrared,Carbon isotope discrimination, Phenomics Ontology Driven Database,Chlorophyll fluorescence,Thermal Infra-red imaging

Abstract

As area of biology concern with measurement of phenomes, the physical and biochemical
traits of plants ,phenomics allow to perform pharmaceutical research and it also used in functional
genomics and in metabolic engineering. The use of molecular marker and mapping populationsin
combination with the array based identification of gene regulation mechanism has led to the
accumulation of an unprecedented amount of genetic data.Basic requirements of an ideal phenomics
effort are easy to state but difficult to achieve: genomic information on a large sample of genotypes,
which are each exposed to a range of environments; extensive and intensive phenotyping across the
full range of spatial and temporal scalesMordern phenotyping methods are used recently as described
below.A major goal of plant phenomics is to develop high throughput phenotyping methods for
elucidating changes in the behaviour of the root system with changing environmental conditions.

Published

2014-03-25

How to Cite

Roshni Maniya, Marjadi Darshan, & Pushpsheel shukla. (2014). Plant Phenomics: Bridging the gap between Plant Physiology and Genetics. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 1(3), 267–274. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/5391