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genomics

the branch of molecular genetics concerned with the study of genomes, specifically the identification and sequencing of their constituent genes and the application of this knowledge in medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, etc

genomics

[jə′nō·miks]
(genetics)
The study of the entire deoxyribonucleic sequence of an organism.
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