Phenotype Screening Corporation.
An agriculture innovation company advancing crop production and crop protection.
We work at the intersection of science and technology with the most innovative companies in agriculture.
Our value is the development of custom technology and services that generate new knowledge.
We pioneered the field of induced expression phenotyping, characterizing the
impact of new product treatments on plant health and development.
Our clients benefit from new insights into their challenges with abiotic stress tolerance,
pathogen control, resistance breeding, formulation optimization, microbial ecology, and nutrient utilization.
Phenotype Screening Corporation will be at the MicroBiome Movement AgBiotech Meeting
February 27-29, Raleigh, NC
At 10 am on Wednesday, February 28, Dan McDonald, President and co-founder of Phenotype Screening Corporation will be presenting:
Challenges in Characterizing Product Performance in Multifactor Environments
• Exploring how characterization of the whole-plant impact of modern agricultural
treatments requires study of both the phyllosphere and the rhizosphere
• In each case these “spheres” interact with abiotic and biotic factors in a dynamic and
• Discussing how classical measurement methods combined with modern molecular techniques
can provide deep insight into product impacts, but major challenges remain
Contact Us to receive a complete briefing on this topic.
Pioneering Induced Expression Phenotyping since 2004
Induced Expression Phenotyping studies the effects of biological and synthetic treatments on plant health and development.
Crop production and protection products affect gene expression and induce metabolic and structure changes in individual plants.
We capture these changes to provide mode of action impacts to our clients.
John Ernest Weaver
A pioneer in the study of root systems of native prairie vegetation as well as crop plants.