How Can Transferable Biology and Breeding Contribute to Improving Food Systems and Climate Change?

Edward Buckler - USDA-ARS at Cornell University Author
04/01/2021 Added
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The demands of food production, fuels, nutrition, and climate change are going to require that thousands of species undergo genomic selection over the next two decades. We are using machine learning and statistical models of chromatin structure, regulatory grammar, cis-expression, protein stability, and deleterious mutations to improve transferable genome wide predictions.

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