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NAPPN Membership (sent out to 507 emails)%countNAPPN Membership attending Phenome (sent out to 31 emails)%countPhenome 2019 participants (sent out to 156 emails)%countSummary of responses%count
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Q1 - Survey introductionQ1 - Survey introductionQ1 - Survey introduction
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Q2 - What species are most important in your work? (past, present, and planned).%countQ2 - What species are most important in your work? (past, present, and planned).%countQ2 - What species are most important in your work? (past, present, and planned).%countUnique Plant Species: 55%count
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No Response13.9%19No Response19.4%7No Response1.3%1No Response10.9%27
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Alfalfa0.7%1Alfalfa0.4%1
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Apple0.7%1Apple0.4%1
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Arabidopsis3.6%5Arabidopsis5.6%2Arabidopsis10.7%8Arabidopsis6.0%15
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Artemesia1.3%1Artemesia0.4%1
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Barley2.2%3Barley1.3%1Barley1.6%4
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Beans1.3%1Beans0.4%1
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Beta Vulgaris1.3%1Beta Vulgaris0.4%1
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Brassica0.7%1Brassica2.7%2Brassica1.2%3
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Camelina2.8%1Camelina1.3%1Camelina0.8%2
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Cannabis0.7%1Cannabis0.4%1
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Canola0.7%1Canola2.7%2Canola1.2%3
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Cassava1.5%2Cassava1.3%1Cassava1.2%3
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Chili0.7%1Chili0.4%1
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Coffea Arabica2.8%1Coffea Arabica0.4%1
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Common Bean0.7%1Common Bean2.8%1Common Bean0.8%2
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Cotton2.9%4Cotton1.3%1Cotton2.0%5
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Cowpea1.5%2Cowpea2.8%1Cowpea1.2%3
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Crops0.7%1Crops0.4%1
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Cucumis Sativus0.7%1Cucumis Sativus0.4%1
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Dry Bean0.7%1Dry Bean0.4%1
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Forages0.7%1Forages0.4%1
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Grape0.7%1Grape0.4%1
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Gray Leaf Spot1.3%1Gray Leaf Spot0.4%1
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Legumes0.7%1Legumes0.4%1
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Lentils1.3%1Lentils0.4%1
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Lycopersicon Esculentum1.3%1Lycopersicon Esculentum0.4%1
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Maize21.9%30Maize27.8%10Maize13.3%10Maize20.2%50
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Millet1.5%2Millet0.8%2
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Nicotiana tabacum0.7%1Nicotiana tabacum1.3%1Nicotiana tabacum0.8%2
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Onion1.3%1Onion0.4%1
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Orphan0.7%1Orphan0.4%1
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Pea2.7%2Pea0.8%2
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Peanut0.7%1Peanut0.4%1
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Pice Engelmannia1.3%1Pice Engelmannia0.4%1
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Pinus Contorta1.3%1Pinus Contorta0.4%1
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Potatoes1.3%1Potatoes0.4%1
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Quercus1.3%1Quercus0.4%1
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Quinoa2.8%1Quinoa0.4%1
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Rice5.8%8Rice5.6%2Rice4.0%10
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Salicornia brachiata0.7%1Salicornia brachiata0.4%1
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Setaria0.7%1Setaria2.8%1Setaria0.8%2
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Sorghum8.8%12Sorghum11.1%4Sorghum2.7%2Sorghum7.3%18
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Soybean9.5%13Soybean5.6%2Soybean10.7%8Soybean9.3%23
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Spinach1.3%1Spinach0.4%1
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Sugar Beet2.7%2Sugar Beet0.8%2
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Sugarcane1.3%1Sugarcane0.4%1
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Sunflower0.7%1Sunflower1.3%1Sunflower0.8%2
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Switchgrass2.2%3Switchgrass1.3%1Switchgrass1.6%4
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Tar Spot1.3%1Tar Spot0.4%1
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Teosinte2.8%1Teosinte0.4%1
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Tepary Bean2.8%1Tepary Bean0.4%1
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Tomato5.3%4Tomato1.6%4
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Vegetables0.7%1Vegetables2.7%2Vegetables1.2%3
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Watermelon1.3%1Watermelon0.4%1
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Wheat10.2%14Wheat2.8%1Wheat13.3%10Wheat10.1%25
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Q3 - Do the species you work with have associated phenome database(s)? If so please indicate the species (and website if available)%countQ3 - Do the species you work with have associated phenome database(s)? If so please indicate the species (and website if available)%countQ3 - Do the species you work with have associated phenome database(s)? If so please indicate the species (and website if available)%count
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No response47.6%30No response56.3%9No response38.5%10
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Arabidopsis thaliana1.6%1I'm not sure what a phenome database is. I use MaizeGDB for much as well as a variety of data resources like CyVerse and others.6.3%1Arabidopsis does, the rest do not beyond more generic databases for functional traits like https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Home.php3.8%1
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Being put together1.6%1Maize GDB - more genome than phenome6.3%1Don't know.3.8%1
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Corn soy and rice do1.6%1No12.5%2For maize there is MaizeGDB but they haven't done much in the area of phenomics.3.8%1
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CyVerse1.6%1not sure6.3%1I don't know! O_O3.8%1
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Diverse dbs1.6%1planteome www.planteome.orgNo30.8%8
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Don't know4.8%3maizeGDBPhytobiome3.8%1
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Hmmm, depends on the definition of phenome database. USDA GRIN has information on phenotypes for most plant species1.6%1soybase https://soybase.org/6.3%1Soybean- SoyKB
Arabidopsis- RIKEN, AraPheno
Wheat- WheatPGE, The Triticeae Toolbox
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I don't know of any species with dedicated phenome databases.1.6%1Sorghum: terraref.org6.3%1sugarcane
tomato
spinach
potato
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maize genome database1.6%1Tair3.8%1
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Maize, cotton, and I think soybeans do. Nadda for cowpeas so far as I know.1.6%1
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maize, sorghum, rice1.6%1
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MaizeGDB6.3%4
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No9.5%6
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No dedicated databases yet1.6%1
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No, not the ones I am aware of.1.6%1
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none1.6%1
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Not aware of any phenome databases fully online for species I'm working with currently. Sorghum phenome datasets are intended to be publicly available through TERRA-REF project.1.6%1
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Not known1.6%1
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not really1.6%1
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Not that I know of3.2%2
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They have databases on genetic background that my collaborators utilize (T3/Wheat, CSFL/Legume, etc.).1.6%1
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Yes1.6%1
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Q4 - To which funding agencies do you submit?%countQ4 - To which funding agencies do you submit?%countQ4 - To which funding agencies do you submit?%count
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No response14.1%21No response9.8%5No response8.3%5
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BBSRC0.7%1BBSRC2.0%1
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BCSC0.7%1
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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation3.4%5Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation3.9%2Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation6.7%4
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corporate sponsors0.7%1
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FFAR4.0%6FFAR7.8%4FFAR5.0%3
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genome canada0.7%1
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India0.7%1
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Keck Foundation0.7%1
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NIFA16.1%24NIFA21.6%11NIFA15.0%9
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NSF15.4%23NSF17.6%9NSF20.0%12
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