What is the difference between the terms genetic network and genetic architecture? I've heard both in a variety of contexts used by different people, so I am interested in what people think they mean, other than what is described in Wikipedia:
Genetic architecture refers to the underlying genetic basis of a phenotypic trait
Genetic regulatory network (GRN) is a collection of DNA segments in a cell which interact with each other indirectly and with other substances in the cell, thereby governing the rates at which genes in the network are transcribed into mRNA.
EDIT: so what I take from the answers so far is that a
genetic network is the molecular wiring of all the interacting loci, whereas
genetic architecture describes the phenotypic consequence(s) one would be able to see from that network. Then, trying to bring the two definitions together, if we would assume we knew all the molecular details of a
genetic network, we would only need to add the other factors in the model, such as environmental perturbations, to end up with the description of the
genetic architecture, right?