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What Is Biology?

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Biology refers to the study of life. It deals with various topics such as characteristics, categorization, and behaviours of organisms, how species come into continuation, and the communications they have with each other and with the ordinary environment. Biology comprises of a wide range of intellectual fields that are repeatedly viewed as autonomous disciplines. Some of sub disciplines that comprise of biology are botany, zoology, and medicine.

Some of the various fields of biology are molecular biology looks at the primary chemistry of life; cellular biology looks a the essential structure block of all life the cell; Physiology looks at the internal arrangement of organism; and ecology looks at how a variety of organisms interrelate.
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Biology refers to the study of life. It deals with various topics such as characteristics, categorization, and behaviours of organisms, how species come into continuation, and the communications they have with each other and with the ordinary environment. Biology comprises of a wide range of intellectual fields that are repeatedly viewed as autonomous disciplines. Some of sub disciplines that comprise of biology are botany, zoology, and medicine.
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Biology is the study of living things
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Bio refers to lile and bio  logy is the study of.
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Biology is the study of living things and once living.
Example of living things: Humans, animals, and plants.
Example of once living: Chairs, tables, blackboards, etc.
Why are they called once living? They are called once living because they also came from living things.
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Bio means life logy means study and combined biology scientist study life starting from humans to animals, plants and the smallest organism like amoeba..
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Biology is the branch of science that deals with the study of living beings like animals, plants etc.
It also studies how they interact with each other, their environment, structure, function, species and classify them.
There are five unifying principles of biology: Cell theory, Evolution, Gene theory, Homeostasis and Energy.
There are many branches of biology which helps us understand the details covered by biology in different areas.
Visit here for to-the-point names and description on Biology and its different branches.
Some Popular branches are:
Agriculture, Bioengineering, Anatomy, Medicine, Zoology, Neurology(covers psychology) and Oceanography etc. Visit the above link for more names and their brief description.

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