PHENO

Welcome to PHENO, an implementation of the Breeding API (BrAPI) provided by the Portuguese node of ELIXIR.

PHENO aims to provide access to plant phenotypic datasets, with a major focus on the woody plant domain.

Plant phenotyping is central to plant research and breeding and is becoming increasingly throughput, with large amounts of data being generated from diverse experimental settings. Access to phenotypic datasets annotated according to widely accepted standards contributes for data interoperability, enabling powerful genotype-phenotype association studies.

Woody plants are a major natural resource in Europe, with a huge ecological and economic impact, supporting millions of jobs across diverse industries (e.g., wine, fruit, olive oil, coffee, paper, timber, cork) and strongly contributing to the European GDP. In Portugal, woody plants represent 10% of the exports, and are a central research domain in both academia and industry. The access to datasets provided by PHENO aims to support research and breeding of these species for traits of interest for researchers, producers and industry stakeholders.

PHENO currently contains data on the following species:

Oryza sativa (Rice)

Abbreviation: Rice Salt-Tolerance

Objective: Testing Salt stress physiological traits in rice.

LeadPerson: M. Margarida Oliveira

Trials:
Phenotyping in salt stress
Quercus suber (Cork Oak)

Abbreviation: Cork Quality

Objective: Cork Quality association studies

LeadPerson: Pedro Barros

Trials:
Cork Quality - Grandola
Cork Quality - Benavente
Cork Quality - Montargil

The current version of the data in this database is ea8fe07. Database dumps can be downloaded here.

If you have data that you would like to have added to this repository please contact brunocosta@ibet.pt.