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What Is Biological Spectrum?

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A biological spectrum is a point of view in which the biological factors such as cells, organisms, tissues, organs and other such components are considered. Doctors and researchers are often the professionals that deal the most with biological spectrums. Other uses for a biological spectrum is laboratories and scientists.
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