Viability of Biological Phenomena and Measurement Errors
The variability of biological phenomena, as we perceive them, can be divided into three main components: phenotypic, temporal and measurement-related. Measurement-related variability includes every source of variation that occurs as a consequence of measurements and interpretation of results.
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