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biophore

A term created by the German biologist A. F. L. Weismann (1834 1914); it refers to one or more structures Weismann saw by light microscopy: a mitochondrion discovered in 1894 and an aggregate of chromosomal material, which was linked to heredity in 1902.
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The program then identifies those fragments that were identified predominantly in active chemicals and refers to these fragments as biophores. The selection of biophores is based on the binary experimental results of each chemical.
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