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BiologyIt is the study of all living things, is the study of life, butbiology has a number of branches.                   ...
Branches of Biology                             Botany      Ecology                               ZoologyGenetic          ...
Zoology – AnimalsZoology (from Greek "ζωον" zoon = "animal", and "-λογία"-logy, treaty, study, science) is the biologicald...
Anatomy - Human Body   Anatomy (from Lat. Anatomy, and its gr. Ἀνατομία; ἀνατέμνειν derived from the verb cut across;compo...
Paleontology – Fossils The Paleontology (from the Greek παλαιος »palaios = old," οντο "onto = be,-λογία"-logy, treaty, stu...
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  1. 1. BiologyIt is the study of all living things, is the study of life, butbiology has a number of branches. Types of Biology• Biophysics: studying natural phenomena from the physical effects.• Biochemistry: Study the chemical behavior of matter right through the chemical reaction.• Biomedicine: internal studies the behavior of human beings.Science: means in Latin "Cientia" which means "know"all knowledge is accurate and reasonable things we canexplain its cause.
  2. 2. Branches of Biology Botany Ecology ZoologyGenetic Embryology Biology Anatomy Morphology Cytology Paleontology Physiology
  3. 3. Zoology – AnimalsZoology (from Greek "ζωον" zoon = "animal", and "-λογία"-logy, treaty, study, science) is the biologicaldiscipline that deals with the study of animals. Botany – PlantsBotany (Greek βοτάνη = grass) or plant science (Greek φυτόν = plant and λόγος = treaty) is the sciencethat deals with the study of plants, in all its aspects, including its description, classification, distribution,identification the study of reproduction, physiology, morphology, mutual relationships, relationships withother living beings and induced effects on the environment in which they find themselves. Ecology – EnvironmentEcology (from Greek "οίκος" oikos = "home", and "λóγος logos =" knowledge ") is the science thatstudies living things, their environment, the distribution, abundance and how these properties areaffected by the interaction between organisms and their environment, "the biology of ecosystems.“ Genetics – InheritanceGenetics (from Ancient Greek γενετικός, genetikos γένεσις genetivo and eastern genesis, "origin") is thefield of biology that seeks to understand biological inheritance that is passed from generation togeneration.
  4. 4. Anatomy - Human Body Anatomy (from Lat. Anatomy, and its gr. Ἀνατομία; ἀνατέμνειν derived from the verb cut across;compound ἀνά, ana "upward" and τέμνειν, temnein "cut") is a science that studies the structure of living beings, ie shape, topography, location, layout and unrelated to their component organs. Cytology – Cell Cell biology and cellular biochemistry (formerly cytology and cell cytes = Logos = study or Treaty) is the discipline that deals with the study of the cells in terms regarding the properties, structure, functions, organelles they contain, their interaction with the environment and life cycle. Morphology - Form and Structure of the Human Body Morphology is the discipline responsible for studying reproduction and structure of an organism orsystem. Morphology is a biological science that deals with the form and reproductions of organic beings. Embryology – Embryo Embryology is the branch of biology that is responsible for studying morphogenesis, embryonic development and gametogenesis nervous from the moment of birth to living beings.
  5. 5. Paleontology – Fossils The Paleontology (from the Greek παλαιος »palaios = old," οντο "onto = be,-λογία"-logy, treaty, study, science) is the science that studies and interprets the past of life on Earth through fossils. Physiology – Functions Physiology (from Greek φυσις physis, "nature", and λογος logos, "knowledge, study") is the science that studies the biological functions of living things.Source: www.wikipedia.org
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