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Biomics is the biological study of Biomes, and the processing that data, such as ecological communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms.


Biomics is part of biogeography, ecosystems, and habitats research. Ecoregions are grouped into both biomes and ecozones.

Biomics, in molecular biology, uses bioinformatics approaches to collectively analyze diverse biome data. A biome may contain very large scale omics information, such as metagenome and pangenome where genomic sequences are mass-produced.

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