Morphome

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 Morphome is one of the omes in biology to map and classify all the morphological features of species. Morphome is different from phenome in that it is the totality of morphological variants while phenome includes non-morphological variants.

 

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  • Computerized Image Analysis of Clustered Microcalcifications on Mammography: Morphome- tric Comparison between Mammography and Pathology. Matsunaga T, Nakamura Y, Umezu K, Fujii M, Kusama M, Koyanagi Y. Breast Cancer. 1996 Dec 20;3(3):181-190.
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