biological science

noun
the science that studies living organisms
Syn: ↑biology
Derivationally related forms: ↑biologic (for: ↑biology), ↑biological (for: ↑biology), ↑biologist (for: ↑biology)
Members of this Topic:
abaxial, ↑dorsal, ↑adaxial, ↑ventral, ↑antrorse, ↑retrorse, ↑semiaquatic, ↑subaquatic, ↑subaqueous, ↑submerged, ↑submersed, ↑underwater, ↑amphibiotic, ↑sessile, ↑stalkless, ↑pedunculate, ↑stalked, ↑dormant, ↑hibernating, ↑torpid, ↑glabrous, ↑canescent, ↑hoary, ↑downy, ↑pubescent, ↑puberulent, ↑sericeous, ↑pilous, ↑pilose, ↑pilary, ↑tomentose, ↑tomentous, ↑tetramerous, ↑binucleate, ↑binuclear, ↑binucleated, ↑mononuclear, ↑mononucleate, ↑trinucleate, ↑trinuclear, ↑trinucleated, ↑formative, ↑diurnal, ↑nocturnal, ↑myrmecophilous, ↑symbiotic, ↑free-living, ↑nonparasitic, ↑nonsymbiotic, ↑vestigial, ↑rudimentary, ↑plumate, ↑plumed, ↑plumose, ↑acephalous, ↑alpine, ↑homologous, ↑homologic, ↑homological, ↑heterologous, ↑heterologic, ↑heterological, ↑analogous, ↑cernuous, ↑drooping, ↑nodding, ↑pendulous, ↑weeping, ↑ventricose, ↑ventricous, ↑in vivo, ↑male, ↑female, ↑hermaphroditic, ↑hermaphrodite, ↑versatile, ↑epimorphic, ↑metamorphous, ↑natural, ↑obligate, ↑facultative, ↑persistent, ↑lasting, ↑caducous, ↑shed, ↑labile, ↑thermolabile, ↑capitate, ↑fissiparous, ↑lepidote, ↑leprose, ↑scabrous, ↑scaly, ↑scurfy, ↑differentiated, ↑generalized, ↑generalised, ↑stabile, ↑stomatous, ↑astomatous, ↑mouthless, ↑geniculate, ↑actinomorphic, ↑actinomorphous, ↑zygomorphic, ↑bilaterally symmetrical, ↑zygomorphous, ↑sympatric, ↑allopatric, ↑territorial, ↑nonterritorial, ↑compressed, ↑flat, ↑depressed, ↑uniparous, ↑multiparous, ↑bilocular, ↑biloculate, ↑adnate, ↑connate, ↑alar, ↑alary, ↑aliform, ↑wing-shaped, ↑bacillar, ↑bacillary, ↑cellular, ↑extracellular, ↑intercellular, ↑intracellular, ↑cenogenetic, ↑palingenetic, ↑commensal, ↑generic, ↑mental, ↑monotypic, ↑polydactyl, ↑polydactylous, ↑urceolate, ↑isomorphous, ↑isomorphic, ↑polymorphic, ↑polymorphous, ↑nuclear, ↑nucleated, ↑nucleate, ↑ecological, ↑ecologic, ↑bionomical, ↑bionomic, ↑basophilic, ↑taxonomic, ↑taxonomical, ↑systematic, ↑saprobic, ↑katharobic, ↑symbiotically, ↑cell, ↑culture, ↑monad, ↑homogeny, ↑isomorphism, ↑isomorphy, ↑heterology, ↑valence, ↑valency, ↑coarctation, ↑spindle, ↑meme, ↑cell theory, ↑cell doctrine, ↑theory of evolution, ↑theory of organic evolution, ↑evolutionism, ↑theory of inheritance, ↑cybernetics, ↑taxonomy, ↑cataplasia, ↑subkingdom, ↑variety, ↑phylum, ↑subphylum, ↑superphylum, ↑class, ↑subclass, ↑superclass, ↑order, ↑suborder, ↑superorder, ↑family, ↑superfamily, ↑form family, ↑subfamily, ↑tribe, ↑genus, ↑subgenus, ↑monotype, ↑type genus, ↑form genus, ↑species, ↑subspecies, ↑race, ↑form, ↑variant, ↑strain, ↑var., ↑type, ↑type species, ↑division, ↑biologist, ↑life scientist, ↑mutant, ↑mutation, ↑variation, ↑sport, ↑organic phenomenon, ↑dehiscence, ↑pleomorphism, ↑polymorphism, ↑dimorphism, ↑recognition, ↑life force, ↑vital force, ↑vitality, ↑elan vital, ↑accretion, ↑anisogamy, ↑apposition, ↑decomposition, ↑rot, ↑rotting, ↑putrefaction, ↑evolution, ↑organic evolution, ↑phylogeny, ↑phylogenesis, ↑growth, ↑growing, ↑maturation, ↑development, ↑ontogeny, ↑ontogenesis, ↑intussusception, ↑isogamy, ↑osmosis, ↑regeneration, ↑reproduction, ↑specialization, ↑specialisation, ↑differentiation, ↑affinity, ↑phylogenetic relation, ↑uncus, ↑brachium, ↑turgor, ↑activator, ↑medium, ↑reproduce, ↑procreate, ↑multiply, ↑propagate, ↑vegetate, ↑enucleate, ↑transform, ↑conjugate, ↑replicate, ↑copy, ↑inhibit
Hypernyms: ↑life science, ↑bioscience
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