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Introduction to Biology and its Branches (in Hindi)
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This Lessons will Provide Introduction to Biology and it’s Important Branches like Botany, Zoology, Horticulture, Cytology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology etc.

Lata Gaur
M.Sc. Biotechnology, M.Ed., Faculty for Biology, Passionate Educator, Motivator. 5 Years teaching experience as a teacher/tutor. Work Hard,

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ma'am please rectify the answer to the question No 7 of Right To Vote is which type of right in India your answer is Constitutional rights but it is Legal Right
Susmita kundu
a month ago
right to vote is a constitutional right. right to property is a legal right.
could you please share the PDF of this course.
  1. Biology & its Branches Lata Gaur, M.Sc.,M.Ed.

  2. Overview: General Science includes: 1. Biology 2. Chemistry 3. Physics 4. Science & Technology

  3. Biology-> Greek word 'bios - life' & 'logos- study' . Study of life & living Beings o Morphology o Anatomy o Genetics o Classification:s o Relationship with other Organisms etc. . Father of Biology as well as zoology Aristotle Father of Botany: Theophrastus . Botany: o scientific study of plants, including their physiology, structure, genetics, and ecology. . Zoology o scientific study of the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals

  4. Applied Botany: a) Agriculture: deals with the crops. d Horticulture: Deals with the formation and maintenance of the garden. c) Forestry: Works for conservation of forest.

  5. Applied Zoology: a) Sericulture: Works for rearing of silkworms. b) Apiculture: deals for rearing of honey bees. c) Poultry: deals for rearing of fowl, duck, geese, etc. d) Pisciculture: Works for rearing and cultivation of fish e) Animal husbandry: deals with the rearing and cultivation of cattle-like domestic animals. f) Aquaculture : involves production and maintenance of freshwater and seawater animals and plants

  6. g) Vermiculture: breeding of the worms which burrow soil, for production of natural fertilizers h) Parasitology: study of parasites i) Dairy Science: deals with milk or milk related products j) Nematology: study of roundworms of organisms and their control k) Ornithology: study of birds I) Herpetology: study of reptiles m) Ichthyology: study of fishes

  7. Other Branches of Biology: Cell Biology or cytology: study of cell structure & function Taxonomy: study of the classification and naming of living things Ecology: study of the relationships of living things to each other and to the environment Entomology: study of insects Ethology: deals with behavioral adaptations of animals Epidemiology: study of the health of populations Mycology: study of fungi Phycology: study of algae 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

  8. 7. Lichenology: study of lichen 8. Virology study of virus 9. Pathology study of diseases & diseases causing pathogens 10. Palaeontology: study of fossils 11. Genetics: study of genes & heredity 12. Microbiology 13. Biochemistry 14. Biotechnology 15. Bioinformatics

  9. Thank you..