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nick carloffornea
country Philippines
languages English
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Education

Fields dealing with animals:


Branches of biology relevant to the study of evolution:


Fields relating to the environment:

  • Astrobiol ogy (pronunciati on) — The branch of biology concerned with the effects of outer space on living organisms and with the search for extraterrestrial life.
  • Biocli matology (pronuncia tion) — The study of the influence of climate on living organisms.
  • C hronobiology (pronunciat ion) — The study of time-dependent phenomena in living organisms.
  • C onservation biology — The branches of biology concerned with habitat preservation, the prevention of extinction, and conservation of biodiversity.
  • Cryobiology (pronunciatio n) — The study of the effects of low temperatures on living organisms.
  • E cology (pronunciation) — The study of the interaction of organisms with each other and with their environment.
  • Geobiology (pronunciation ) — A science that combines geology and biology to study the interactions of organisms with their environment.
  • Limnology (pronunciation ) — The study of the physical and biological conditions of freshwater, particularly of lakes and ponds.


Chemistry-based branches of biology:

  • Biochemis try (pronunciati on) — The study of life at the chemical level, in particular the chemistry of proteins, carbohydra tes, and nucleic acids.
  • B ioengineering (pronuncia tion) — A hybrid field of scientific research that uses the principles of biology and the techniques of engineering to produce useful products.
  • Mo lecular biology — The branch of biology that studies the formation, structure, and function of macromolec ules found in living organisms, particularly nucleic acids and proteins.

Experience: 5 years

About me

Fields dealing with animals:

  • Comparative anatomy (pronunciation) — The scientific study of similarities and differences in the bodily structures of distinct types of animals.
  • Entomology (pronunciation) — The study of insects.
  • Ethology (pronunciation) — The study of animal behavior.
  • Herpetology (pronunciation) — The study of reptiles and amphibians.
  • Ichthyology (pronunciation) — The study of fish.
  • Mammalogy (pronunciation) — The study of mammals.
  • Ornithology (pronunciation) — The study of birds.
  • Primatology (pronunciation) — The study of primates.
  • Veterinary science (pronunciation) — Animal medicine.
  • Zoology (pronunciation) — The study of animals.


Branches of biology relevant to the study of evolution:

  • Biogeography (pronunciation) — The study of the geographic distributions of living organisms.
  • Developmental biology — The study of the processes by which an organism changes from a single cell into a mature, multicellular individual.
  • Evolutionary biology — The branch of biology concerned with the modes of origin of new forms of life.
  • Ichnology (pronunciation) — The scientific study of the fossilized traces of past animal activity, such as footprints, burrows, trails, and borings.
  • Morphology (pronunciation) — The branch of biology concerned with the form and structure of living organisms.
  • Paleontology (pronunciation) — The study of prehistoric life by means of fossils.


Fields relating to the environment:

  • Astrobiology (pronunciation) — The branch of biology concerned with the effects of outer space on living organisms and with the search for extraterrestrial life.
  • Bioclimatology (pronunciation) — The study of the influence of climate on living organisms.
  • Chronobiology (pronunciation) — The study of time-dependent phenomena in living organisms.
  • Conservation biology — The branches of biology concerned with habitat preservation, the prevention of extinction, and conservation of biodiversity.
  • Cryobiology (pronunciation) — The study of the effects of low temperatures on living organisms.
  • Ecology (pronunciation) — The study of the interaction of organisms with each other and with their environment.
  • Geobiology (pronunciation) — A science that combines geology and biology to study the interactions of organisms with their environment.
  • Limnology (pronunciation) — The study of the physical and biological conditions of freshwater, particularly of lakes and ponds.


Chemistry-based branches of biology:

  • Biochemistry (pronunciation) — The study of life at the chemical level, in particular the chemistry of proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids.
  • Bioengineering (pronunciation) — A hybrid field of scientific research that uses the principles of biology and the techniques of engineering to produce useful products.
  • Molecular biology — The branch of biology that studies the formation, structure, and function of macromolecules found in living organisms, particularly nucleic acids and proteins.