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-omics

[ -ome + -ics]
Suffix meaning study of large sets of biological data.

-omics

suffix in biological terms, large-scale study of biological entities such as DNA, RNA, PROTEIN or other molecular complement of cells, tissues or organisms. See for example CELLOMICS, CHOMICS, GENOMICS, IMMUNOMICS, LIPIDOMICS, METABOLOMICS, PROTEOMICS and TRANSCRIPTOMICS.
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Particularly interesting is the use of OME in vehicles and systems in which internal combustion engines cannot be readily replaced by battery-powered electric drives, explains Hrtl.
Atoll Floating Islands, a joint venture between Palmerstone and Donald Starkey Designs unveiled the 'Ome, a floating home on a monocoque-type structure, which is designed to be manoeuvered between Dubai's coast and Nakheel's The World islands and was mooted as a solution for buyers on stalled manmade development.
In a creative venture reminiscent of Dubai's boom times, when underwater hotels and man-shaped buildings were all in the pipeline, the Ome will have an upper and lower deck and 1,400sqm of living space, including five bedrooms and a 10m swimming pool.
Known as the 'Ome, this monocoque-type structure is meant to be manouvred between Dubai's coast and The World.
Reflux reduction or the use of PPIs may have a role in the treatment of OME [11].
Despite the development of antibiotics and advances in surgical techniques, the frequency of otitis media with effusion (OME) has been increasing (1).
Aetiology of OME is multifactorial and many different factors are implicated in the pathophysiology of the disease.
During the research project, we have shown that the OME helps the teachers to intervene when the students have problems in their robotics exercises (Jormanainen et al., 2012).
We believe that nearly all children have experienced one episode of OME by the age of 3 years, but the prevalence of OME varies with age and the time of year.
One common denominator among children with persistent OME is eustachian tube dysfunction.
Panama City's relentless focus on Overall Machine Efficiency (OME)--based on detailed observation, measurement, control, and troubleshooting--allows the mill to be competitive in today's global economy.