Agronomists, biologists, botanists, ecologists, and zoologists are scientists that would be involved in testing a weed killer. Weeds can be found in water and on land and may attract invertebrates and vertebrates. Any control ideally is checked for impact on animals (biology, zoology), environments (agronomists, ecologists), plants (botany), and soils (agronomists).
the environment, the organisms in the environment and the interactions between these organisms and their environments. Scientists who study ecology are called ecologists. They study the ecology of a certain place. This means they study a certain area of land. Everything about it from the weather patterns to the animal and plant life.
Well first of all, the term "scientists" is a very broad term. But as far as things we all have in common, we all use the scientific method, and there's this idea that scientists are skeptical. To what extent that is true is entirely dependent on the person themselves, but science is more-or-less questioning things and explaining things. And to question things, you kinda have to be a bit skeptical.
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