- Phenome2019 Roll Call
- Phenome 2019 Plenary Talks
- Phenome 2019 Collaborative Notes
- Link to notes from General Session I
- Technology Session
- Word Cloud: Phenome 2019
- Phenome 2019 Featured Sponsor: Noble Research Institute
- Phenome 2019 Featured Sponsor: Qubit Phenomics
- Phenome 2019 Featured Sponsor: Phenospex
- Phenome 2019: Digital Phenotyping Workshop
- Discover Phenome 2019: Workshops and Field Trips
- Phenome 2019 Workshop: Genomes-to-Fields Initiative
- Phenome 2019 Roundtable Discussion: NSF ERC for Materials for Agriculture Resource Imaging Analytics at High Resolution (MARIAH)
- Phenome 2019 for Computer Scientists
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Erin Sparks
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Magdalena Julkowska
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Siobhan Braybrook
- Phenome 2019 Featured Speaker: Sierra Young
Phenome2019 Roll Call
Introduce yourself and know your peers
Now that #Phenome2019 conference is little over a month away, why not start introducing ourselves and build strong networks.
Starting with me, I am Bishal and a postdoctoral researcher. I am interested in plant responses to abiotic stresses such as precipitation and temperature extremes and nutrient limitations. I employ techniques in physiology, molecular biology and bioinformatics to explore these questions. During my MS and Ph.D., I specifically focused on whole-plant submergence and drought (soil drying) responses in rice and soybean and nitrogen-use-efficiency in soft red winter wheat. Currently, I am developing a gravimetric phenotyping method to assess whole-plant canopy conductance response to different evaporative demands. Utilizing this phenotyping platform, I evaluated/am evaluating hundreds of germplasms (wild relatives, cultivated varieties, diversity panels, breeding populations etc.) of maize, wheat, soybean and barley.
What about you!!? We would love to learn about who you are, what career stage you are in, what are your research interests, what are you presenting during the conference and anything else you want us to know about yourself.
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