The main branches of biology include cellular and molecular biology, physiology and developmental biology as well as genetics, zoology, microbiology and ecology. There are numerous sub-branches of biology, which include ... More »

Branches of science break down into three main categories: formal or hard sciences, the natural sciences and humanistic sciences. Formal sciences include the study of abstract principles and theories and draw heavily on ... More »

There are multiple branches of biology, including agriculture, anatomy, genetics, biochemistry, botany and zoology. Each branch of biology studies a specific aspect of nature and living organisms. More »

There are multiple branches of biology, including agriculture, anatomy, genetics, biochemistry, botany and zoology. Each branch of biology studies a specific aspect of nature and living organisms. More »

Examples of ecology topics include evolutionary ecology, behavioral ecology, population ecology, biogeography and conservation biology. Because ecology is defined as the study of the way organisms interact with each othe... More »

Life science is a term chiefly used by educators to refer to biomedical topics such as evolution, genetics, anatomy and physiology, or topics that have to do with human society and functioning, such as psychology or anth... More »

Most ninth grade biology course curriculum's cover evolution, cells and cell division, heredity and genetics, cellular respiration, ecology, photosynthesis, and human biology, but every high school curriculum is differen... More »