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What Are The 3 General Branches Of Science And Its Sub-branches?

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The three general branches of science are physics, chemistry and biology. Of these three areas, there are the following sub-branches:

Physics:

• The space and universe. This sub-branch investigates the science of space, planetary motion and the evolution of the Universe. It involves highly mathematical calculations used to work out distances and the motion of interstellar objects.
• Electricity and magnetism. This area of physics investigates how magnets work, how electricity works, and how the two work together when their fields cross. The study of electromagnets and forces is involved.
• Particle physics. This type of physics looks at atoms, particles and how they interact with one another, as well as thermodynamics and sub-atomic particles.

Chemistry:

• Organic chemistry. This investigates the chemistry of living things; the chemical processes that take place within and between organisms.
• Inorganic chemistry. This sub-branch of chemistry looks at non-living things and chemical processes that occur within them, as well as artificial chemicals that are formed in laboratories.

Biology:

• The biology and anatomy of humans. This investigates how the body works, as well as how problems within the body can arise. It is of crucial importance in the development of medicines.
• The biology of animals. This is similar the human biology in that it looks at how the bodies of various animals work.
• The biology of plants. This sub-branch of biology investigates how plants grow and reproduce. It looks at the structure and formation of various plants, from trees to bushes to flowers.

Although these different areas of science study subjects of varying natures, they are fundamentally the same in that they investigate how things work; this is what science is all about. In addition, different areas of science often intertwine: For instance, in the study of medical physics which also involves elements of biology.
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Zoology
astronomy
botany.,
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There are more than 100 branches of the science. But the main branches are; physics, biology, chemistry, mathematics etc.
Biology deals with the study of living things. Physics deals with the behavior and properties of the matter.  The science of matter and its interaction with energy is called chemistry. A science dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement is called mathematics. The science of systemic operations is known as computer.
These branches are subdivide and interrelate to give other branches of science for example biochemistry, physical chemistry, molecular biology, computer, taxonomy, zoology, nuclear physics, electronics, anatomy, botany, genetics etc.
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Life science
physical science
earth science
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Physical science
biological science
social science
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Natural Science includes biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy and Earth science
Social Science which studies human behavior and society
Formal Science includes statistics, math and logic.
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There are more than 100 branches of the science. But the main branches are; physics, biology, chemistry, mathematics etc.
Biology deals with the study of living things. Physics deals with the behavior and properties of the matter.  The
science of matter and its interaction with energy is called chemistry.
A science dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
is called mathematics. The science of systemic operations is known as
computer.

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