Plant Bioinformatics focuses on applied bioinformatics with specific applications to crops and model plants. This can be helpful where scientists have been involved in numerous projects and their results or potential outcomes can be stored, analysed and shared with the help of computers. They also need tools, such as computer software, to manage the information; and algorithms, to analyze the information and use it to answer specific questions, such as the location of genes, the structure of proteins, and species relatedness. Thus, it is the branch of science that combines power of computers, mathematical algorithms, and statistics with concepts in the life sciences to solve biological problems.
- Track 1-1 Protein Sequence analysis
- Track 2-2 Expression data
- Track 3-3 Bibliographic data
- Track 4-4 Molecular Structures
- Track 5-5 Micro-array data analysis