morphome

morphome

Cell biology
The quantitative description of the anatomic structures, chemical and biochemical composition, and material properties of an intact organism, including its genome, proteome, cell, tissue and organ structures—up to those of the whole, intact being.
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longipes refer to morphome trie and morphologic aspects or presence and absence; there are several studies about this species from the Colombian Caribbean (Navas et al., 2003, 2012, 2013; Fierro, 2004; Bermudez, 2005; Campos et al., 2005), but none of them describe the species biomass or spatial distribution.
Washington, January 8 ( ANI ): High-field magnetic resonance imaging and micro-computed tomography have been used to construct stunning high resolution, 3D, images, as well as a data set "morphome" of the zebra finch vocal organ, the syrinx.
-ione].sub.N] Scalise (1984) adesione 'adhesion' *[[[[aderit].sub.PastPtc] -ione].sub.N] [[[ades].sub.LatPtc] -ione].sub.N] emissione 'emission' *[[[[emess].sub.PastPtc] - ione].sub.N] [[[[emiss].sub.LatPtc] -ione].sub.N] </pre> <p>The actual forms in (6) go back to the form of the Latinate perfect participle, which must therefore be conceived as a sort of morphome (cf.