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Microbiology

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Scholars who research "Microbiology" look at unicellular, multicellular, and acellular microorganisms.

Some subfields in "Microbiology" include virology, parasitology, mycology, bacteriology.

Whilliam B Whitman, M. Madigan, J. Martinko are a few specialists of "Microbiology".

Why study "Microbiology"? understand pathogens; understand the complex relationships between lifeforms on a microscopic level.

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  • Virology

    People who study "Virology" investigate viral diseases and their treatment.

    Some people study "Virology" in order to become a researcher, biologist or a doctor.

    Molecular biology, the study of...

  • Bacteria

    "Bacteria" is the study of a member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms which have cell walls but lack organelles and an organized nucleus, including some which can cause disease. People...

  • Cyanobacteria

    People who study "Cyanobacteria" investigate biological cells that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. A few scholars of "Cyanobacteria" include G. Cribbs, B.A. Whitton, M. Potts. ecology,...

  • Microorganisms in the animal body

    Scholars who research "Microorganisms in the animal body" look at microbes who either live symbiotically or infect animals. Heather L. Eisthen, Kevin R. Theis are a few specialists of "Microorganisms...

  • Immunology

    "Immunology" is the study of the biology of immune systems in all organisms. Charles A. Janeway Jr., Robert R. Rich, David D. Chaplin are a few specialists of "Immunology". ecoimmunology,...

  • Microbial ecology

    "Microbial ecology" is the study of the environment of microorganism and their relationship with one another. Several topics in "Microbial ecology" include Symbiosis, Ecosystems, Human Interaction. ...

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  • Science

    "Science" is the field of of the nature and behaviour of natural things and the knowledge that we obtain about them. People study "Science" in order to Firstly, science helps our understanding of...

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