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Is Biology The Science Of Body & Bones?

Is Biology The Science Of Body & Bones?


Biology reminds us of “bhai…tension nahi lene ka bhai. Me jitna katarank dikhta ho usse 2 guna aur katarank ho.”

The term ‘Biology’ comes from the Greek words “Bio,” meaning life + “logies,” meaning study. It deals with structure-function growth evolution and the distribution of organisms.

  1. Father of Biology
  • Aristotle was the Greek philosopher known as the father of Biology. He was born in 384 BC.
  • Aristotle travelled to Lesvos island filled with wildlife in the 4th century and gave birth to Biology.

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  1. Botany 
  • Botany is the study of the kingdom Plantae known as Plants, Plant sciences, phytology.
  • Botany name comes from the Ancient Greek word “Botane,” which means plants, grasses, and pastures. 
  • Dr William Roxburgh is also known as the father of Indian Botany.
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  1. Zoology
  • Zoology is the study of the kingdom Animalia. Zoology is the study of the evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals. Zoology comes from the Greek word Zoo means animals.
  • Aristotle is known as the father of Zoology.

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  1. Microbiology
  • Microbiology is the study of different types of cells. 
  • Bacteria, viruses, archaea, fungi and protozoa are Unicellular (Single-cell), Multiple Cellular (cell colony) and Acellular (No cell). All three are types of Microbiology.
  • Antonie van Leeuwenhoek is known as the father of Microbiology.
  1. Cell
  • Cells are the basic building blocks of living bodies.
  •  The human body is composed of cells. Cells take nutrition from the food and provide energy to the body.
  • Robert Hooke discovered the first cell in 1665 while examining a thin slice of cork through a self-made microscope. Cell groups together to form a Tissue.
  1. Tissue
  • Groups of cells formed together are known as tissue. They perform one or more specific functions in the human body. 
  • Tissues create protective layers in the body.
  • Muscle tissues help in movement in the body.
  • Nervous tissue transmits information from the central and peripheral nervous systems.

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  1. Organs
  • Groups of tissues are known as Organs.
  • The word “Organ” is taken from the Latin word “Organum,” which means an instrument or tool.
  • The prime organs in the human body are the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidney.
  1. Organ Systems
  • Groups of organs that work together are known as the Organ systemThere are 11 organ systems in the human body. 
  • Human bodies have several systems: skeletal, nervous, muscular, respiratory, endocrine, immune, circulatory, urinary, integumentary, reproductive and digestive.
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Our world is what but a product of biology. Once we begin to understand it, it then becomes a technology. And so, what is everything but Science!

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