Consortium for Integrated Translational Biology (CITB)
The mission of the CITB is to create a transdisciplinary environment to address the genotype to phenotype gap through the development of integrative predictive models for the selection of valuable traits that address yield, protection of yield, and quality traits across plant species used for food, feed, industrial applications and landscape resources. The CITB will have a modular design to address three levels of phenotype data collection, plant, field and end use scale phenotyping. Research teams will address hypotheses within or across modules depending on the scope of specific project. The aim of the CITB effort is to facilitate translation of innovations to the field.
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School of Natural Resources
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
Nebraska Center for Plant Science Innovation (PSI)
Center for Advanced Land Management (CALMIT)
Department of Biological Systems Engineering