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Things encoding often describes (“encoding ________”)
genes, gene, gradient, direction, steps, gradients, scheme, sequences, step, region, header, axis, dna, sequence, decoding, method, plasmid, process, field, directions, regions, schemes, plasmids, pulse, cdna, mrna, techniques, technique, standard, format, specificity, loci, proteins, methods, values, cdnas, pulses, name, virus, phages, processes, hypothesis, algorithm, assemblies, locus, transcripts, vector, exons, mrnas, vectors, exon, domain, waveform, mechanism, segments, option, task, error, bacteriophages, formats, strength, dimension, transcriptomes, axes, amplitude, segment, strategies, phage, adenovirus, cluster, console, procedure, table, antigens, loop, algorithms, imagery, clones, artifacts, fragment, transponder, molecules

How encoding often is described (“________ encoding”)
phonological, length, differential, semantic, verbal, digital, content, grammatical, spatial, efficient, bit, initial, linguistic, direct, selective, visual, specific, episodic, transfer, binary, standard, genetic, neural, automatic, based, perceptual, simple, elaborative, temporal, variable, syntactic, actual, accept, original, structural, xml, convolutional, compact, lexical, proper, audio, entropy, linear, optimal, explicit, appropriate, relational, dual, hot, successful, symbolic, correct, effective, associative, complex, pass, sensory, adaptive, double, suitable, time, multiple, nonverbal, phonetic, html, optical, level, signal, rate, morphological, arithmetic, byte, redundant, shallow, hierarchical, dimensional, vocal, lossless


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