Phenomics: the next challenge

@article{Houle2010PhenomicsTN,
  title={Phenomics: the next challenge},
  author={D. Houle and D. Govindaraju and S. Omholt},
  journal={Nature Reviews Genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={855-866}
}
A key goal of biology is to understand phenotypic characteristics, such as health, disease and evolutionary fitness. Phenotypic variation is produced through a complex web of interactions between genotype and environment, and such a 'genotype–phenotype' map is inaccessible without the detailed phenotypic data that allow these interactions to be studied. Despite this need, our ability to characterize phenomes — the full set of phenotypes of an individual — lags behind our ability to characterize… Expand
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