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Biology 9

Mycology deals with fungi, non-green plants
Protozoology deals with protozoa, one celled animals
Microbiology deals with organisms that cannot be seen by the naked eye
Parasitology deals with organisms that live in other living things
Herpetology deals with reptiles
Ornithology deals with birds
Mammalogy deals with mammals
Anatomy deals with the structure of organisms, particularly internal structures
Morphology the study of the external form and structure of organisms
Cytology the study of cells
Histology the study of tissues
Physiology the study of functions of organs
Taxonomy the study of classification of organisms
Paleontology the study of fossils
Genetics deals with the study of heredity
Ecology the study of the relationship of the individual to his environment, both living and nonliving
Created by: schoolfun