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Research Project: Genetics of Disease Resistance and Food Quality Traits in Corn

Location: Plant Science Research

Title: 2020-2021 Field seasons of maize G x E project within maize genomes to fields initiative

Author
item LIMA, DAYANE - University Of Wisconsin
item CASTRO, ALEJANDRO - University Of Wisconsin
item ALPERS, TIM - University Of Wisconsin
item PERKINS, ALDEN - University Of Wisconsin
item DE LEON, NATALIA - University Of Wisconsin
item KAEPPLER, SHAWN - University Of Wisconsin
item ERTL, DAVID - Iowa Corn Promotion Board
item ROMAY, CINTA - Cornell University
item GAGE, JOE - North Carolina State University
item Holland, Jim - Jim
item THOMPSON, ADDIE - Michigan State University
item HIRSCH, CANDICE - University Of Minnesota
item HOOKER, DAVID - University Of Guelph
item Buckler, Edward - Ed
item SCHNABLE, JAMES - University Of Nebraska
item WALLACE, JASON - University Of Georgia
item Edwards, Jode
item Knoll, Joseph - Joe
item SINGH, MANINDER - Michigan State University
item BOHN, MARTIN - University Of Illinois
item TUINSTRA, MITCH - Purdue University
item THOMISON, PETER - The Ohio State University
item SEKHON, RAJAN - Clemson University
item MINYO, RICHARD - The Ohio State University
item MURRAY, SETH - Texas A&M University
item Flint-Garcia, Sherry
item WELDEKIDAN, TECELMARIAM - University Of Delaware
item BEISSINGER, TIM - Goettingen University
item XU, WENWEI - Texas Tech University

Submitted to: BMC Research Notes
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: 7/17/2023
Publication Date: N/A
Citation: N/A

Interpretive Summary: The Genomes to Fields Initiative serves as the foundation for studies of how genetic variation in corn impacts the yield of hybrids across diverse environments. This project unites efforts of more than 25 university and USDA researchers to test distinct corn hybrids at many different locations for two years each. The resulting genetic, trait, and environmental data are being used to identify genes and lines contributing to resilient corn yields and to develop new methods for predicting and selecting hybrids optimized for performance in different regions of the USA.

Technical Abstract: This release note describes the Maize G x E project datasets within the Genomes to Fields (G2F) Initiative. The Maize G x E project aims to understand genotype by environment (G × E) interactions and use the information collected to improve resource allocation efficiency and increase genotype predictability and stability, particularly in scenarios of variable environmental patterns. Hybrids and inbreds are evaluated across multiple environments and phenotypic, genotypic, environmental, and metadata information becomes publicly available.