steroidome etymology

English word steroidome comes from English genome, English steroid

Detailed word origin of steroidome

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
genome English (eng) (genetics) The complete genetic information (either DNA or, in some viruses, RNA) of an organism.
steroid English (eng) (biochemistry) A class of organic compounds having a structure of 17 carbon atoms arranged in four rings; they are lipids, and occur naturally as sterols, bile acids, adrenal and sex hormones, and some vitamins; many drugs are synthetic steroids.. (bodybuilding) Any anabolic hormone used to promote muscle growth.. (sports, US) Any chemical compound used to enhance athletic performance.
steroidome English (eng) (biochemistry) The set of all steroids in a cell or organism.

Words with the same origin as steroidome

Descendants of genome
acetylproteome desiccome epigenomic exoproteome extragenomic genomic intergenomic lipidomic memome metagenomic mitogenomic nongenomic oncogenomic peptidome phospholipidome phosphoproteome phylogenomic pregenomic prenylome proteome selenoproteome sphingolipidome sterolome subgenomic subproteome