Definition of genomic in US English:



  • Relating to the haploid set of chromosomes in a gamete or microorganism, or the complete set of genes in a cell or organism.

    ‘genomic DNA’
    ‘a genomic sequence’
    • ‘Progress made by the genomic community has led to what is called microarray technology.’
    • ‘With the genomic revolution, new tools have become available to study human diversity at the DNA level.’
    • ‘In conclusion, the application of AI to deciphering genomic information is only just beginning.’
    • ‘Let's talk about some of these revolutionary genomic initiatives, beginning with chemical genomics.’
    • ‘Some genomic details are already posted on the World Wide Web for use by researchers everywhere.’
    • ‘The project produced many remarkable insights into the complexities and contrarieties of genomic structure.’
    • ‘We noted a number of weaknesses and inconsistencies in the genomic analyses, not unexpected from a field in its infancy.’
    • ‘In rice, this analysis has been employed to detect genomic regions associated with several traits exhibiting complex inheritance.’
    • ‘These short cDNA fragments are then compared with genomic databases.’
    • ‘An important objective of the genomic approach is the understanding of the most basic mechanisms of physiology.’