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Integration of genomic, phenomic, and environmental data for georeferenced plants


Long-lived and sessile plant species serve as ideal models to assess population structure and adaptation to the environment. Despite the availability of comprehensive data, the researchers who study them are challenged to integrate data describing genotype, phenotype, and the environment. Towards this goal, the web application CartograTree (now known as CartograPlant), was designed and implemented as an open repository and open-source analytic web-based framework for all three.

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Plants 8,191,637 Species 65
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