Different Branches of Science

BranchConcerning Field
AeronauticsScience of flight of airplanes.
AstronomyStudy of heavenly bodies.
AgronomyScience dealing with crop plant.
AngiologyDeals with the study of blood vascular system.
AnthologyStudy of flower.
AnthropologyStudy of apes and man.
ApicultureHoney industries (Bee Keeping).
AraneologyStudy of spiders.
BatracologyStudy of frogs.
BiochemistryDeals with the study of chemical reactions in relation to life activities.
BiotechnologyDeals with the use of micro-organisms in commercial processes for producing fine chemicals such as drugs;vaccines;hormones,etc. on a large scale.
CardiologyStudy of heart.
CraniologyStudy of skulls.
CryptographyStudy of secret writing.
CryogenicsStudy concerning with the application and uses of very low temperature.
CytologyStudy of cells.
DermatologyStudy of skin.
EcologyThe study of relationship between organisms and environment.
EntomologyStudy of insects.
EtiologyStudy of cause of insects.
EugenicsStudy of improvement of human race by applying laws of heredity. it is related with future generations.
EvolutionDeals with the study of origin of new from old.
ExbiologyDeals with life or possibilities of life beyond the earth.
FloricultureStudy of flower yielding plants.
GeologyStudy of condition and structure of the earth
GeneticsStudy of heredity and variations.
Gerontologystudy of growing old.
GynaecologyStudy of female reproductive organs.
HorticultureStudy of garden cultivation.
HaematologyStudy of blood.
HepatologyStudy of liver.
IconographyTeachings by pictures and models.
ImmunologyScience which deals with the study of resistance of organisms against infection.
JurisprudenceScience of law.
KalologyStudy of human beauty.
LexicographyCompiling of dictionary.
MycologyStudy of fungi.
MyologyStudy of muscles.
NephrologyStudy of kidneys.
Neurologystudy of nervous system.
NumismaticsStudy of coins and medals.
ObstetricsBranch of medicine dealing with pregnancy.
OneirologyStudy of dreams.
OphthalmologyStudy of eyes .
OmithologyStudy of birds.
OsteologyStudy of bones.
PalaeontologyStudy of fossils.
PhilatelyStamp collecting.
PhilologyStudy of languages.
PhoneticsConcerning the sounds of a language.
PhysiographyNatural phenomenon.
PedologyStydy of soils.
PathologyStudy of disease causing organisms.
PhycologyStudy of algae.
PhysiologyScience dealing with the study of functions of various parts of organisms.
PiscicultureStudy of fish.
PomologyStudy of fruits.
SeismologyStudy of earthquakes.
SericultureSilk industry(culture of silk moth and pupa).
SerpentologyStudy of snakes.
TelepathyCommunication between two minds at a distance with the help of emotions, thoughts and feelings.
TaxonomyStudy of classification of organisms.
VirologyStudy of virus.

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Genetically Modified Food or Crops

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