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From the German Word, 'Spirem'

Compiled by: Lady Rose Ricel Montano (Helitron), Joana Marie Cruz (Ed.) (Cyclosome

In the late 1800s, a German histologist by the name of Walther Flemming first coined the term "spireme" to refer to tangles of chromatin threads that are formed during the early phases of cell division. After its formation, this structure undergoes fission to form the chromosomes which contain the genetic information of an individual. And with its role in the process of cell division, the 103rd batch of GeneSoc was named after it.

The members of Batch Spireme are Lance Lopez and Micko Alojado. These two are both Batch '15 BS Biology students, majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology and Zoology, respectively.

To know more about the newest member of the genepool, here are short biographies which narrate their personalities and life experiences.

Lance Lopez  When Lance was a child he had lots of opportunity to play with toys. In such activity, he was limitless. He can turn mono blocks into buil…

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