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Biology, Life Science - A bursting and eclectic field that is made up of many branches and sub-disciplines. However, despite the complexity and broad spectrum of science, there are certain general and unifying concepts that apply to all studies and research, bringing them together into a single, coherent field. Some of the most important branches of the life sciences, which would be at a dead end without cryotechnical solutions
Anatomy - the study of form and function in plants, animals and other organisms or specifically in humans.
Biotechnology - study of the combination of both the living organism and technology.
Biochemistry - Study of the chemical reactions required for the existence and function of life, usually focusing on the cellular level.
Bioinformatics - Development of methods or software tools to store, retrieve, organise and analyse biological data to generate useful biological knowledge.
Biological anthropology - the study of humans, non-human primates and hominids. Also known as physical anthropology.
Biological Oceanography - the study of life in the oceans and their interaction with the environment.
Biomechanics - the study of the mechanics of living things.
Biophysics - the study of biological processes using the theories and methods traditionally used in the physical sciences.
Botany - the study of plants.
Cell Biology - the study of the cell as a complete unit and the molecular and chemical interactions that take place within a living cell. Also known as cytology
Developmental biology - study of the processes by which an organism is formed, from the zygote to the complete structure
Ecology - Study of the interactions of living organisms among themselves and with the non-living elements of their environment
Evolutionary biology - study of the origin and descent of species over time
Evolutionary Developmental Biology - Study of the evolution of development including its molecular control
Genetics - Study of genes and heredity
Histology - the study of tissues
Immunology - the study of the immune system
Microbiology - Investigation of microscopic organisms (microorganisms) and their interactions with other living organisms for life science
Molecular biology - Study of biology and biological functions at the molecular level, partly in connection with biochemistry, genetics and microbiology
Neuroscience - Study of the nervous system
Palaeontology - Study of prehistoric organisms
Pharmacology - the study of drug effects
Physiology - Study of the functioning of living beings and the organs and parts of living beings
Population biology - study of groups of related organisms
Quantum biology - the study of quantum phenomena in organisms
Structural Biology - a branch of molecular biology, biochemistry and biophysics that deals with the molecular structure of biological macromolecules
Synthetic biology - the design and construction of new biological entities such as enzymes, genetic circuits and cells or the redesign of existing biological systems
Systems Biology - Investigation of the integration and dependencies of different components within a biological system, with special emphasis on the role of metabolic pathways and cell signaling strategies in physiology
Theoretical biology - the use of abstractions and mathematical models to study biological phenomena
Toxicology - nature, effects and detection of toxins