What are the concepts of biology?

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2010-09-29 04:02:16
2010-09-29 04:02:16

in most biology classes you'll learn about

  1. biochemistry
  2. ecology [[biosphere, ecosystems, etc]]
    1. structure/function
    2. photosynthesis
    3. cellular respiration
    4. growth/division
  3. cells
  4. Genetics
  5. Evolution
  6. microorganisms & fungi
  7. plants
  8. invertebrates
  9. chrordates
  10. the human body [[of course]]

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