Biomics

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Biomics is the biological study of biomes, and the processing of obtained information, such as ecological communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms.

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

Biomics, in molecular biology, uses bioinformatics 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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