As our ability to acquire massive amounts of information about
genome variation accelerates it is becoming increasingly clear that
to make maximum use of this information we also need
well-structured, systematic data on the phenotypic consequences of
genomic changes. Phenomics is the new discipline of using
standardized measurement techniques to characterize the phenotypic
effects of random or systematic genome modifications (for example
randomly generated mutations or systematic gene knockouts). This
approach is now being used in an increasing range of species and
systems. In this book, experts working in phenomics in most of the
major species and systems that are currently being studied present
overviews of the field from their different, but overlapping
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John M. Hancock
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