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Biologists have organized their areas of study into ten main themes. Please list and describe all ten of these main themes. Also, provide a specific example explaining what a biologist might study
or research for each of these ten main themes.
Anatomy- study of the structure of an organism Agriculture- study of practicing how to produce crops Botany- study of plants Ecology- study of the relationships of living organisms and their interaction Genetics- study of heredity Cell Biology- [ study of cells in microscopic and molecular level Medicine- science of prevention and cure mycology- study of fungi Parasitology- study of
parasites Virology- study of virus ]
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User: The regular cycle of growth and division that cells undergo is called A. replication. B. the cell cycle. C. interphase. D. mitosis.

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User: Biologists have organized their areas of study into ten main themes. Please list and describe all ten of these main themes. Also, provide a specific example explaining what a biologist might study or research for each of these ten main themes.

Weegy: Anatomy- study of the structure of an organism Agriculture- study of practicing how to produce crops Botany- study of plants Ecology- study of the relationships of living organisms and their interaction Genetics- study of heredity Cell Biology- [ study of cells in microscopic and molecular level Medicine- science of prevention and cure mycology- study of fungi Parasitology- study of parasites Virology- study of virus ]
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