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blog by Dan Koboldt

mechanome / mechanomics
The mechanome consists of the body of data including cell and molecular processes relating to force and mechanical systems at molecular, cellular and tissue length scales, i.e. the fundamental "machine code" structures of the cell. (Wikipedia)
"Mechanomics: an emerging field between biology and biomechanics." (PubMed)

membranome / membranomics
totality of biological membranes in living organism
"Membranome and Membrane Heredity in Development and Evolution" by Thomas Cavalier-Smith , in Organelles, Genomes and Eukaryote Phylogeny An Evolutionary Synthesis in the Age of Genomics Editors: Robert P. Hirt; David S. Horner ISBN 978-0-415-29904-6

Any unit of cultural information, such as a practice or idea, that is transmitted verbally or by repeated action from one mind to another in a comparable way to the transmission of genes. (Wiktionary)
meme coined by Richard Dawkins in his book The Selfish Gene (1976)

metabolome / metabolomics

metallome / metallomics
The term metallome has been introduced by R.J.P. Williams by analogy with proteome as distribution of free metal ions in every one of cellular compartments. Subsequently, the term metallomics has been coined as the study of metallome. (Wikipedia)


methylome / mythylomics

microbiome / microbiomics

microgenome / microgenomics


misinteractome / misinteractomics

mitochondriome / mitochondriomics

mitogenome / mitogenomics

mitointeractome / mitointeractomics


mitometabolome / mitametabolomics

moleculome / moleculomics

morphome / morphomics
"The songbird syrinx morphome: a three-dimensional, high-resolution, interactive morphological map of the zebra finch vocal organ" BMC Biology

motifome / motifomics

MRIome / MRIomics

mutantome / mutantomics

mutatome / mutatomics

mycobiome /
fungal biome

mycolome / mycolomics

museome / museomics
genomics of preserved museum specimens (i.e extinct Tasmanian tiger)


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Please notice that we've added some more or less usefull or more or less jocular terms (sorry for that - it was too tempting).





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