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Who is the father of evolutionary biology?
Abraham Trembley .
may be it is Robert Hooke
changes in genes within and among populations
The Father of Biology is Aristotle and is born on 384 B.C. and is a Greek Philosopher and he died on 322 B.C.
biology father is aristotal..
Aristotle is known as the father of biology
Charles Robert Darwin. no charles darwin was the father of evolution but not the father of biology father of biology was "ARISTOTLE". nd thz iz r8 answer THANX
Charles Robert Darwin is considered the father of modern biology though the word biology was coined by Lamarck.
Who discovered ratiation Answer Pierre Curie. He did the inside lab work on this glowing green material. His wife Marie Curie did the outside work. Pierre died b…efore they really became famous and were given the Nobel Peace Prize and accompanying money, and entire high tech lab. He died because radiation robbed him of his mental faculties and he wandered away from Marie a few feet one day. A carriage ran over his head, crushing the top half of his head. Their daughter fought during the War as a spy--known as Madame Curie. Radium was discovered about 1900.
taxonomy genetics forensics medicinal biology microbiology..
Ecology is the study of all living organisms and their interactions with each other and their nonliving environment and since organisms evolve due to evolutionary pressures fr…om their environment and each other, the two sciences influence each other.
Molecular evolutionary biology, Population genetics, Genome studies of species, Fossil studies
Answer: Evolutionary BiologyEvolutionary Biology is the study of how cellgroups have changed tissues in animals in order to adapt to the climate, and how different tissues cam…e together in order to create new organs for that animal. Evolutionary biology is the study of how organisms evolve in response to changing variables in the environment, as well as how things are related to each other.
Paleontology is the study of prehistoric life, including organisms' evolution. By studying paleontology, scientists learn about evolution, therefor contributing to evolutionar…y biology.