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Deffinition of science and its branches with their meaning?
Science has three branches - Physics, that deals with matter,energies and machines. Biology which deals with life, living things, etc. Chemistry which deals with chemicals,elements and other states of matter.
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Here are some: Cytology - study of cells Anatomy and Physiology - study of form and function Zoology - study of animals Invertebrate Zoology - study of inver…tebrates Vertebrate Zoology - study of vertebrates Botany - study of plants Microbiology - study of microorganisms Parasitology - study of parasites Histology - study of tissues Mycology - study of fungi Entomology - study of insects Botanical Taxonomy - Nomenclature, classification, and identification of plants
Physics: the science which attempts to describe the basic rules which govern matter, energy, space, and time. Chemistry: the science which describes the behavior of specific s…ubstances. Astronomy: the science which describes what is seen in the night skies. Geology: the science which describes the structure and composition of the planet Earth. Sociology: the science of human society. Psychology: the science of the human mind. Biology: the science of life. Computer science: self descriptive. Medicine: the science of human health and illness. Forensic science: the science of solving crimes.
In general, the Physical sciences study non-living matter, energy, and their interactions. Earth science, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics are, traditionally, the main bran…ches of the physical sciences. There are many sub-branches. To name only a few: Aerodynamics: Motion of air and its interaction with moving objects; Astronomy: Motion and character of the universe and the bodies within it; Astrophysics: Properties, origin, and evolution of celestial bodies; Biochemistry: Chemistry of living organisms; Classical mechanics: Behavior of objects in a system of forces; Computer sciences: Fundamentals of Information Management and computation; Earth sciences: Encompassing term for the study of the planet, Earth; Electricity: Fundamentals of electrical energy, its transport, and uses; Electronics: Emission, behavior, and effects of electrons; Engineering (most): Development of technology from new discoveries; Geography: Earth's features and the distribution of life over it; Geology: Earth's Origin, History, and structure Mechanics: Motion and behavior of objects under force; Fluid Dynamics: Motion and behavior of fluids and gases under force; Optics: Behavior and properties of light; Physical Chemistry: Application of any of several physical sciences to chemical systems; Quantum mechanics: Structure and behavior of atoms and sub-atomic systems; Statistical mechanics: Predicts behavior of materials from atomic & molecular observations; Thermodynamics: Transformational relationships between heat and other energy forms. etc.
science=the study of knowledge chemistry=the study of matter physics=the study of matter in relation to energy and nature biology=the study of living organisms … astrology=the study of (outer)space
The main branches of science mean that there are main areas of science. These areas include biology, chemistry, and physics.
the 8 branches of science are soil,fish,light,meteors,chemical reactions,body system,plants,and clouds
biology-study of life
when science branches overlap that means that they are overfilled with to much information
1.Geology - study of the solid matter that makes up the earth, its origin, composition, structure and history. it is divided into several branches: a. mineralogy - s…tudy of minerals b. petrology - rocks c. stratigraphy - deposition of successive beds of sedimentary rocks d. palaeontology - fossils e. tectonics - deformation and movement of earth's crust f. geophysics - using physics to study earth's surface, interior and atmosphere. q. geochemistry - science of chemistry as it applied to geology 2. Meteorology - scientific observation and study of the atmosphere so that weather can accurately forecast 3. Oceanography - study of water movements-currents, waves and tides 4. Astronomy - study of physical things beyond the earth
Science is a systematic approach to find out the reason behind each and every happening around us and within us with an open mind ie un biased mind. Truth alone survives never… changing but having ever changing phenomenon just like a game with all fun and love. Science makes a good attempt to know the secret behind it.
The branches of physical science includes astronomy, chemistry, physics, and earth sciences. Astronomy studies stars and planets. Chemistry studies the chemical makeup of …the earth. Physics studies how objects move in space. Earth science encompasses the study of Earth itself.
The branches of Earth Science include, geology, oceanography, astronomy, and meteorology. Meteorology means the study of climate, astronomy is the study of the solar syste…m, oceanography is the study of the ocean, and geology is the study of the earth.
Physical Science-chemistry and physics sciences and the like Life Science-biology and zoology sciences and the like. Has to do with living things Earth Science-realm of scienc…e that includes the earth and it's layers and geological makeup and space and what it contains
Science is our life. It has 3 branches : i) Chemistry - The study of chemicals ii) Biology - The study of any creature in detail iii) Physics - The study of light, fibers, st…ars, moon, sun etc.
Mechanics is one of the branches of science concerned with the behavior of physical bodies when subjected to force or displacement.