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Sep 1, 2019
A

Anatomy: Study of internal structure

Anthropology: Study of Human beings

Arthrology: Study of Joints of bones

 

B

Bacteriology: Study of Bacteria

Biochemistry: Study of Chemical of organism

Bioclimatology: Study of influence of climates on Organism

Biogeography: Study of Distribution of plants and animals

Bioinformatics: Study of applied information technology to life sciences; documentation data

Botany: Study of plant science

 

C

Carcinomalogy: Study of Cancer

Cardiology: Study of Heart

Cell Biology: Study of Cell

Craniology: Study of Skull

Crybiology: Study of Life at low temperature

 

D

Dermatology: Study of Skin

Developmental biology:  Study of development of organism from zygote to full structure

 

E

Embryology: Study of Embryonic development of organisms

Entomology: Study of Insects

Epidemiology: Study of Epidemic diseases

Enthology: Study of Variety of human race

Ethology: Study of Animal behavior

Etiology: Study of Causes of diseases

Eugenics: Study of Improvement of human race by altering its genetic composition

Evolution: Study of Origin and evolution of life

Exobiology: Study of Life on other planets

 

G

Genetic: Study of s Heredity and variations

Gynaecology: Study of Treatment of women’s diseases

 

 

H

Haematology: Study of Blood

Helminthology: Study of Helminthes or worms

Hepatology: Study of Liver

Herpetology: Study of Amphibians and reptiles

 

I

Ichthyology: Study of Fishes

Integrative biology: Study of whole organisms

Immunology: Study of structure and function of immune system

 

K

Karyology: Study of Nucleus

 

L

Limnology: Study of Fresh water

 

M

Malacology: Study of Snail

Mastology: Study of Mammary glands

Morphology: Study of Form and structure

Mycology: Study of Fungi

 

N

Nematology: Study of Nematodes

Nephrology: Study of Kidneys

 

O

Oology: Study of Eggs

Ophilogy: Study of Snakes

Ophthalmology: Study of Eyes

Ornithology: Study of Birds

Osteology: Study of Bones

 

P

Paleontology: Study of Fossils

Parasitology: Study of Parasites

Pathology: Study of diseases

Physiology: Study of Life processes and functions of organisms.

Protozoology: Study of protozoa

 

S

Saurology: Study of Lizards

Serology: Study of Blood.

Synecology: Study of Community in environment

 

T

Taxanomy: Study of Identification, nomenclature and classification of organisms

 

V

Virology: study of viruses

 

Z

Zoology: Study of animal science
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