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  • n. Plural form of phenome.

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Examples

  • It is simply hypothesized that because selection doesn't create anything, the actual raw material of evolution are the genomes, expression profiles/phenomes and reproductive fitness of organisms.

    Controlled Pathways

  • It will generate a massive database of genomes, phenomes, and even some omes in between.

    How the Personal Genome Project Could Unlock the Mysteries of Life

  • For those who lived during the late 60s, there is no mistaking two great phenomes during those years, Yellow Submarine and Alice's Restaurant.

    Woody & Arlo Guthrie: True American Patriots

  • I could not, in my first viewing of the movie, detect a single flaw in his phenomes (lip-syncing), animation, voicing, texturing, modeling, clothing, whatever, that might clue the poor befuddled mind in to the fact that that 'guy' is just a 'bunch' of polygons (and by bunch I mean each hair on his beard was composed of thousands of polygons).

    kevynwight Diary Entry

  • We humans have much more sensitive feelers when it comes to human motion, complexion, facial structures, eyes, and phenomes.

    kevynwight Diary Entry

  • Even the Captain's sweating and throwing out fear phenomes.

    The Rowan

  • By focusing on phenomes - in this case, that's a set of all diseases a person has - the PheWAS folks take a broad view.

    Nashville Scene

  • Beat Loop switch that catches beat loops of phenomes and words

    MATRIXSYNTH

  • But Heywood also believes that mashing up genomes and phenomes is only the beginning.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • OmicBrowse, developed with Flash and Java, is a highly evaluated genome browser integrating omics knowledge that ranges from genomes to phenomes and is especially appropriate for positional-cloning purposes.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

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