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Biology is the natural science that studies life, including its physical structure, chemical processes, molecular interactions, physiological mechanisms, development and evolution.[1]

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Biology Categories[edit | edit source]

Biology(49 cats, 232 pgs, 1 file)
Anatomy(11 cats, 30 pgs)
AP Biology(10 pgs)
Biochemistry(11 cats, 59 pgs)
Biodiversity(4 pgs)
Bioethics(1 cat, 5 pgs)
Biogeochemistry(1 cat)
Biology learning projects(2 cats, 12 pgs)
Biology quizzes(14 pgs)
Biology/Lectures(14 pgs)
Biology/Lessons(2 pgs)
Biology/Resources(5 pgs)
Biomarkers(3 pgs)
Biomechanics(1 cat, 2 pgs)
Biophysics(2 cats, 9 pgs)
Biotechnology(3 cats, 1 pg)
Body(1 cat, 8 pgs)
Botany(8 cats, 17 pgs, 1 file)
Cell biology(4 cats, 44 pgs)
Complexity(3 pgs)
DNA(3 cats, 11 pgs)
Ecology(12 cats, 24 pgs)
Ethology(1 pg)
Evolution(7 cats, 80 pgs)
Exobiology(4 pgs)
General Biology(2 pgs)
Genetics(10 cats, 45 pgs, 1 file)
High School Biology(14 pgs)
History of biology(2 pgs)
Human(11 cats, 14 pgs, 1 file)
Human Body Parts(2 pgs)
Immunology(6 cats, 30 pgs)
Microbiology(5 cats, 16 pgs)
Molecular biology(1 cat, 13 pgs)
Neurobiology(1 cat, 6 pgs)
Organ systems(3 cats)
Organisms(2 cats, 1 pg)
Orthoptics(3 cats, 6 pgs)
Quantum biology(2 pgs)
Radiobiology(1 pg)
Taxonomy(50 pgs, 10 files)
Tropical Biology(1 cat)

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