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Plants are comprised of interrelated traits, where a change in one trait may cause a change in another, or in a combination of traits. Bioinformatics tenancies were distinguished by wide accessibility of computers to different aspects of genomes. Nucleic acid sequences and information from a wide range of genomes become possible through genomics. Genomics made this information accessible to further analysis and experimentation. Therefore, development of computerized models for quantitative traits used bioinformatics techniques can reduce the time and cost in creating new plant variety, and can significantly improve breeding efficiency by constructing reliable predictive estimates and identifying selectable genotypes by greatly accelerating the progress in both fundamental plant science and applied breeding research. Moreover, it clarify the function of key genes and the interaction of responsible genes. Thus, a variety software’s and web-based tools have been developed to help with these issues. So, this article highlights the functional information and tools for genome annotation, gene ontology and gene network by stating the art regarding genome assembly. In addition, we show how phenotypic data yield new trait-trait correlations by linking phenotypic data to genomic data together.
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