Definition of Biological science
1. Noun. The science that studies living organisms.
Examples of category: Cell, Culture, Monad, Homogeny, Isomorphism, Isomorphy, Heterology, Valence, Valency, Coarctation, Spindle, Meme, Cell Doctrine, Cell Theory, Evolutionism, Theory Of Evolution, Theory Of Organic Evolution, 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, Race, Subspecies, Form, Strain, Var., Variant, Type, Type Species, Division, Biologist, Life Scientist, Mutant, Mutation, Sport, Variation, Organic Phenomenon, Dehiscence, Pleomorphism, Polymorphism, Dimorphism, Recognition, Elan Vital, Life Force, Vital Force, Vitality, Accretion, Anisogamy, Apposition, Decomposition, Putrefaction, Rot, Rotting, Evolution, Organic Evolution, Phylogenesis, Phylogeny, Development, Growing, Growth, Maturation, Ontogenesis, Ontogeny, Intussusception, Isogamy, Osmosis, Regeneration, Reproduction, Differentiation, Specialisation, Specialization, Affinity, Phylogenetic Relation, Uncus, Brachium, Turgor, Activator, Medium, Multiply, Procreate, Reproduce, Propagate, Vegetate, Enucleate, Transform, Conjugate, Copy, Replicate, Inhibit, Abaxial, Dorsal, Adaxial, Ventral, Antrorse, Retrorse, Semiaquatic, Subaquatic, Subaquatic, Subaqueous, Submerged, Submersed, Underwater, Amphibiotic, Semiaquatic, Sessile, Stalkless, Pedunculate, Stalked, Sessile, Dormant, Hibernating, Torpid, Glabrous, Canescent, Hoary, Downy, Puberulent, Pubescent, Sericeous, Pilary, Pilose, Pilous, Tomentose, Tomentous, Tetramerous, Binuclear, Binucleate, Binucleated, Mononuclear, Mononucleate, Trinuclear, Trinucleate, Trinucleated, Formative, Diurnal, Nocturnal, Myrmecophilous, Symbiotic, Free-living, Nonparasitic, Nonsymbiotic, Rudimentary, Vestigial, Plumate, Plumed, Plumose, Acephalous, Alpine, Homologous, Homologic, Homological, Heterologic, Heterological, Heterologous, Analogous, Cernuous, Drooping, Nodding, Pendulous, Weeping, Ventricose, Ventricous, In Vivo, Male, Female, Hermaphrodite, Hermaphroditic, Versatile, Epimorphic, Metamorphous, Natural, Obligate, Facultative, Lasting, Persistent, Caducous, Shed, Labile, Thermolabile, Capitate, Fissiparous, Lepidote, Leprose, Scabrous, Scaly, Scurfy, Differentiated, Generalised, Generalized, Stabile, Stomatous, Astomatous, Mouthless, Geniculate, Actinomorphic, Actinomorphous, Bilaterally Symmetrical, Zygomorphic, 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, Isomorphic, Isomorphous, Polymorphic, Polymorphous, Nuclear, Nucleate, Nucleated, Bionomic, Bionomical, Ecologic, Ecological, Basophilic, Systematic, Taxonomic, Taxonomical, Saprobic, Katharobic, Symbiotically
Generic synonyms: Bioscience, Life Science
Specialized synonyms: Biogeography, Botany, Phytology, Cryobiology, Cytology, Bionomics, Ecology, Environmental Science, Embryology, Astrobiology, Exobiology, Space Biology, Forestry, Genetic Science, Genetics, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Morphology, Neurobiology, Palaeobiology, Paleobiology, Physiology, Radiobiology, Sociobiology, Zoological Science, Zoology
Derivative terms: Biologic, Biological, Biologist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Biological Science
Literary usage of Biological science
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1915)
"biological science is deeply indebted to physical science for the new instruments of precision which the biologist uses in determining and recording his ..."
2. The Scientific Monthly by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1922)
"ALFRED GOLDSBOROUGH MAYOR In whose death biological science suffers a severe loss. Dr. Mayor was director of the department of marine biology of the ..."
3. Problems of Secondary Education by David Snedden (1917)
"XX To a Teacher of biological science: The biological sciences (whether separately considered as natural history, botany, and biology, or in a general ..."
4. The Popular Science Monthly (1893)
"I maintain that marine stations are necessary for biological science, ... And to mention only one branch of biological science— morphology—would this have ..."
5. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1893)
"I maintain that marine stations are necessary for biological science, since nowhere but in the sea ... And to mention only one branch of biological science— ..."