Some articles on term, bioinformatics:
... and processing in biological systems, in 1978 Paulien Hogeweg, coined the term "Bioinformatics" to refer to the study of information processes in biotic systems ... This definition placed bioinformatics as field parallel to biophysics and biochemistry ... of relevant biological information processes studied in the early days of bioinformatics are the formation of complex social interaction structures by simple behavioral rules, and the information ...
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