Different Studies in Biology Field

Anatomy: Study of the structure of living things and their parts

Astrobiology: Study of the living universe

Biotechnology: Study of technology related to biology

Botany: Scientific study of plants

Biochemistry: Study of chemical processes within or related to living organisms

Biophysics: Study of physical processes and phenomena in living organisms

Bionics: Study of mechanical systems that work like living things or as part of a living organism

Bioinformatics: Study of interpreting biological information through computer science

Cell Biology: Study of cell structure and function

Chemical Biology: Study of the use of chemistry to solve biological problem

Computational Biology: Study of using biological information to develop algorithms to comprehend biological systems

Conservation Biology: Study of environmental conservation and biodiversity on the earth

Chronobiology: Study of effects of time on biological events as well as internal biological rhythms and clocks

Developmental Biology: Study of the growth and development processes of plants and animals

Evolutionary Biology: Study of evolutionary processes and diversification and adaptation of life over time

Ecology: Study of how organisms and how they interact with the environment around them

Environmental Biology: Study of evolution, habitats and adaptations of living organisms

Genetics: Study of genes, genetic variation and heredity in living beings

Geobiology: Study of how physical, chemical and biological processes influence each other in natural habitats

Gerontology: Study of ageing, its physical, mental, social, psychological and cultural effects, etc.

Human Biology: Study of human species, their evolution, genetics, heredity, anatomy and other aspects

Human Genetics: Study of the human genome and transmission of genes from one generation to another

Immunology: Study of the immune system in all organisms

Lichenology: Study of Lichens

Marine Biology: Study of marine organisms and marine life

Mycology: Study of fungi

Microbiology: Study of microorganisms, i.e. minute life-forms

Molecular Biology: Study of chemical structures and biological processes of molecules

Neurobiology: Study of nervous systems and cell functions

Nutrition Science: Study of food, its nutrients and their effects on health and diseases

Pathology: Study of disease or injury

Physiology: Study of how the human body functions

Paleobiology: Study of applied life science biology on the earth science paleontology

Phycology: Study of algae

Parasitology: Study of parasites, their hosts and their relationships

Plant Physiology: Study of plant function and behaviour, in terms of their inner structures and functions

Photobiology: Study of beneficial or bad impact of light on living organisms

Radiobiology: Study of ionizing radiation and its interactions with human beings

Structural Biology: Study of structure of biological molecules

Soil Biology: Study of living organisms in the soil

Systems Biology: Study of biological systems

Taxonomy: Study of naming, classifying, arranging, describing living organisms

Virology: Study of viruses as well as virus diseases

Zoology: Study of plant kingdom