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GXE: Bringing genotype by environment interactions to the fore to tackle the formidable challenges ahead
An upcoming issue of Crop Science will feature a special section devoted to renewed understanding of the history of analyses of genotype by environment (GXE) interactions as well as highlighting new methods under development and cutting-edge empirical research. According to Jean-Luc Jannink, technical editor of this special section, “The issue is timely because of a coming together of new technologies: cheap marker data making high-density genotyping affordable early in breeding program pipelines, automated phenotyping platforms cutting the cost and labor of repeated measures of morphology and physiology, better characterization of environments using similar sensors, and cheaper computation that enables collecting and crunching all of this data.
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Online ISSN: 2325-3584 | Print ISSN: 1529-9163
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