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alalogy
algae
anthropology
human beings- their distributions, origins, classifications, physical characteristics, environmental and social relations, and culture
archaeology
remains of past human life and activities
axiology
calues and value judgments (e.g., in ethics)
bacteriology
bacteria
biology
living organisms and vital processes
cosmology
nature, origin, structure, and space-time relationships of the universe
cryptology
codes and ciphers
cytology
cell and its functions
deontology
ethice
enology
wines and wine making insects
entomology
insects
epistemology
the nature, grounds, and limits of knowledge
eschatology
end of the world
wthology
animal behavior under natural conditions
etiologyy
causes of phenomena
geology
earth and its history
gerontology
aging and the probles of the aged
hagiology
saints and other revered persons
herpetology
reptiles and amphibians
histology
living tissue
homology
similarity in structure (thought to be due to common origin)
horology
measurement of time
ichthyology
fishes
kinesiology
principles of mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement
limnology
fresh waters
mammalogy
mammals
morphology
structures and forms of plants and animals; word formation in a language
mycology
fungi
numismatology
coins
oncology
tumors
ontology
nature and relations of being structure, funtion, and diseases of the eye
ophthamology
structure, function, and diseases of the eye
ornithology
birds
paleontology
fossils
parasitology
parasites and parasitism
pathology
fiseases
philology
language, speech, linguistics, and literature
phiysiology
functions and activities of living organisms
primatology
primates especially other than recent humans
radiology
use of radiant energy (X rays, radium, etc.) in the diagnosis and treatment of disease
teleology
final causes or purpose in nature
thanatology
death and dying
toxicology
poisons, their effects, and the problems involved
urology
urinary system
virology
structure and function of viruses
zoology
animals