DOMAIN in genetics: “A specific physical region or amino acid sequence in a protein which is associated with a particular function or corresponding segment of DNA.” Good. More backup that my principle (of principles of domains) can 1) be sequences (here of amino acids but musical notes for a melody, or list of rules or axioms) 2) be a specific physical region 3) can be associated with a function (principle and applied – that is, testable)

DOMAIN in genetics:
“A specific physical region or amino acid sequence in a protein which is associated with a particular function or corresponding segment of DNA.”
 
Good. More backup that my principle (of principles of domains) can 1) be sequences (here of amino acids but musical notes for a melody, or list of rules or axioms)
2) be a specific physical region
3) can be associated with a function (principle and applied – that is, testable)

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