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D Workshop on the National Plant Genome Initiative Keck Center of the National Academies July 6, 2007 Welcome Remarks J  ames P. Collins, Cochair of the Interagency Working Group on Plant Genomes Purpose of the Workshop Jeffery L. Dangl, Chair of the NRC Committee on the National Plant Genome Initiative Panel 1: Technology Daniel Rohksar, Joint Genome Institute Robert Reiter, Monsanto Panel 2: Data Management Lincoln Stein, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Gerard Manning, Salk Institute Michael Sanderson, University of California, Davis 136

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A pp e n d i x D 137 Panel 3: Commodities Genomics Jeffrey Bennetzen, University of Georgia, Athens Jeffrey Dean, University of Georgia, Athens Erik Legg, Syngenta Patrick Schnable, Iowa State University Panel 4: Domestication and Population Genomics Susan McCouch, Cornell University Edward Buckler, Cornell University Charles Langley, University of California, Davis Magnus Nordborg, University of Southern California Panel 5: Ecological Genomics Barbara Schaal, Washington University, St. Louis Thomas Juenger, University of Texas, Austin John Willis, Duke University Panel 6: Functional Genomics Mary Lou Guerinot, Dartmouth College Joseph Kieber, University of Carolina, Chapel Hill Panel 7: Training, Education and Outreach Susan Singer, Carleton College Lois Banta, Williams College Concurrent Breakout Sessions 1 1a) Sequenced Plant and Associated Data Management All major crops and common forms thereof and all major pathogens Sample sequence of all major clades 1b) Regulatory Plant Understanding regulatory networks at all levels 1c) Evolving Plant U  nderstanding the evolutionary history of all major plants, their diversity, how it has changed and how it is changing Concurrent Breakout Sessions 2 2a) Dynamic Plant U  nderstanding plant cell differentiation, cell-cell interaction and changes over developmental, time and in response to both biotic and abiotic stresses

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138 A pp e n d i x D 2b) Community Plant Genome by genome and genome(s) by environment interactions 2c) Mathematical Plant P  redictive power to model and test models at all levels of biological organiza- tion, from molecular machines to populations. July 7, 2007 Concurrent Breakout Sessions 3 3a) Deployed Plant Translation to farm and field. 3b) Educated Plant Training, education, and outreach 3c) Agency Strategy