100 Branches of Biology, Read Here Guys

Aerobiology, the study of organic particles that can be transported by air

Agroforestry, the study of forms of resource management that combines forest management activities or timber trees with short-term planting of commodities or crops.

Agronomy, the study of cultivated plants

Algology, the study of algae

Anatomy or the study of the body, the study of body parts

Comparative Anatomy, the study of the similarities and differences in the anatomy of living things.

Andrology, the study of hormones and male reproductive disorders

Anesthesiology, the discipline that studies the use of anesthesia.

Angiology, the study of diseases of the circulatory system and lymphatic system

Biological anthropology, the study of biological and cultural research on human diversity, human evolution, and comparisons of past and present primate anatomy, behavior, history, and ecology

Apiology, the study of bees, including beekeeping

Arachnology, the study of spiders.

Arthrology, the study of joints (joint disease)

Arthropodology, the study of arthropods

Astrobiology, the study of the evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe

Bacteriology, the study of bacteria

Batrachology, the study of amphibians

Biopharmaceuticals, the study of the cultivation of medicinal plants

Bioinformatics, the study of the application of computational techniques to manage and analyze biological information

Freshwater Biology, the study of life and freshwater habitat ecosystems

Evolutionary Biology, the study of the origin of species that share a common ancestor, and the decline of species, as well as their change, increase, and diversification over time.

Integrative Biology, the study of organisms as a whole through a focus on the interface between biology and physics, chemistry, engineering, imaging, and informatics

Marine Biology, the study of life in the sea (living things and their interactions with the environment)

Conservation Biology, the study of the preservation, protection, and restoration of the natural environment, natural ecosystems, vegetation, and wildlife

Quantum Biology, the study of the application of quantum mechanics to biological objects and their problems

Environmental Biology, the science that studies the environment and its problems and solutions, by integrating the academics of physical and biological sciences

Molecular Biology, the study of biology at the molecular level

Development Biology, the study of the indoor environment

Developmental Biology, the study of the process of growth and development of organisms

Population Biology, the study of populations of organisms, especially the regulation of population numbers, life history characteristics of populations, and their extinction

Psychological Biology, the study of the mutual influence of the psychological and biological fields on each other

Reproductive Biology, a branch of biology that deals with reproduction

Synthetic Biology, the science that combines science and technology to study the design and construction of new biological functions and systems not found in nature

Biochemistry, the study of biology that studies the chemistry of living things

Biophysics. a branch of biology that studies the application of various devices and physical laws to explain various biological or biological phenomena

Biogeography, a branch of biology that studies biological diversity based on space and time

Biomathematics, the study of quantitative research of biological processes, with an emphasis on modelling

Biomechanics, the study of the application of mechanical principles to biological systems

Bionics, the study of the application of biological methods and systems found in nature for the research and design of engineering systems and modern technology

Biostatistics, (a combination of the words biology and statistics; sometimes referred to as biometry or biometrics) is the application of statistics to the biological sciences.

Biotechnology, a branch of science that studies the use of living things (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.) and products from living things (enzymes, alcohol) in the production process to produce goods and services.

Botany, the study of plants

Bryology, the study of bryophyte

Cetology, the science that studies cetaceans

Conchology, the science that studies mollusk shells

Dendrochronology, the study of the analysis of annual rings in cambium stems

Dendrology, the study of trees and other woody plants, such as lianas and shrubs

Dermatology, the science that studies the skin and its diseases

Ecophysiology, the study of the physical adaptation of an organism to environmental conditions

Ecology, the study of the interrelationships between living things and their environment

Molecular ecology, the study of ecology at the molecular level

Embryology, the study of embryonic development

Endocrinology, the study of hormones

Entomology, the study of insects

Epidemiology, the study of disease transmission

Epigenetics, the study of changes in gene expression caused by mechanisms other than changes in the underlying DNA sequence

Epizoology, the science of infectious diseases that infect animals, usually farm animals

Ethnobiology, the study of the dynamic relationship between humans, biota, and the environment from antiquity to the present day

Ethnobotany, the study of the relationship between humans and plants

Ethnozoology, the study of the relationship between humans and animals

Ethology is a branch of zoology that studies animal behavior or behavior, its mechanisms and causes

Eugenetics, the study of heredity Evolution, the study of long-term changes in living things

Enzymology, the study of enzymes

Pharmacology, the study of drugs, their interactions and effects on the human body

Phenology, the study of the influence of climate or the surrounding environment on the appearance of an organism or population

Phycology, the study of algae.

Phylogeny, the study of the relationships among groups of organisms associated with the evolutionary processes that are thought to underlie them

Physiology, the study of the physiology/function of the body

Physiotherapy, the study of the treatment of patients with paralysis or muscle disorders

Phytopathology, a branch of science that studies plant diseases due to pathogen attack or disruption of nutrient availability

Floriculture, the science of horticulture that studies all things about ornamental plants

Gastrology, the study of the digestive tract, especially the stomach and intestines

Genetics, the study of heredity

Ecological Genetics, the study of genetics in ecological characteristics

Evolutionary Genetics, the study of the evolution of the inheritance of living things

Quantitative Genetics, The branch of genetics that deals with the inheritance of measurable traits (quantitative or metric)

Geobiology, the science that combines geology and biology to study the interactions of organisms with their environment

Geriatrics, the study of diseases of the elderly

Gerontology, the science that studies through various aspects of the aging process, namely through biological, psychological, social, economic, health and environmental approaches

Genetics, the science that deals with the transmission of genetic material in the population domain

Quantitative genetics, the branch of genetics that deals with the inheritance of measurable traits (quantitative or metric), which cannot be explained directly through Mendel's laws of inheritance

Molecular genetics, the branch of genetics that studies genetic material and genetic expression at the subcellular (inside cells) level

Population genetics, the study of the transmission of genetic material in the population domain

Gynecology, the science that specializes in the study of diseases of the female reproductive system (womb, vagina and ovaries)

Genomics, the study of the genetic material of an organism or virus

Helminthology, the study of worms

Hematology, the study of blood, blood-forming organs and their diseases

Herbachronology, the study of the analysis of annual growth rings (or simple annual rings) in the secondary root xylem of herbaceous plants

Herpetology, the study of reptiles and amphibians (snakes and lizards)

Histology, the study of tissue

Molecular medicine, medical science that studies the molecular level

Public health science, science that studies the maintenance, protection, and improvement of public health through community organizing efforts

Breeding is a science that studies human activities in raising plants or animals to maintain the purity of the strain or race while improving its production or quality through the application of genetics.

The science of livestock production, the science that studies the proper care of livestock in order to improve the quality of the livestock products

Enzyme technology, the study of technology that can be used to produce enzymes

Immunohematology, the study of blood groups

Immunology, the study of the body's immune system

Immunoserology, the study of the identification of antibodies, investigation of immune system problems, and the study of the suitability of organs for transplantation

Medical informatics, the science that deals with the optimal storage, retrieval and use of biomedical data, information and knowledge for the purpose of problem solving and decision making

Cardiology, the study of the heart and blood vessels

Carcinology, the study of crustaceans

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