Branches of Zoology | Organ Oriented Branches


These branches study in detail, about a particular organ system, organ or specific tissue of the body.
Morphology. Morphology (morphos-form, logos-study) refers to the study of external form, size, shape, colour, structure and relative position of various organs. Morphology can be external morphology or internal morphology. Internal morphology includes Anatomy, Histology and Cytology

Branches of Zoology | Applied Branches of Zoology

Branches of Zoology Applied Branches of Zoology

Applied Zoology is a discipline that is used to apply existing scientific knowledge to develop more practical applications. … It provides the knowledge of medicine, dentistry, Veterinary medicine, medical technology, nursing, zoological teaching, zoological research, agriculture, environmental science and conservation.

Branches of Zoology | what are the pure branches of zoology

Branches of Zoology | pure branches of zoology

In the last article we are discussed about what is zoology?. so, now we have to know branches of zoology.
The living organisms consist of different types of plants, animals and microorganisms as this is the age of specialisation, Biology has been divided into different branches to acquire better knowledge about different aspects of organisms

A Brief History of Science Zoology | What is Zoology?


We are living in the “Science era”. The word Science has been derived from the tin word Scire” which means “to know”. The adjective “Scientia” means “Knowledge”. Science is systematic knowledge based on experimental observations for an inquiry or investigation , So, before we are going to zoology first you have to know that, what is biology?

Ecological Pyramids |What are the types of Pyramid

Ecosystem: components and types of Ecosystem

In this article we going to discuss about the Ecological Pyramids and it’s types so before we starting this come to the main point, The number, biomass and energy of the organisms in an ecosystem change gradually from producer level to the top consumer level.

Food web in an Ecosystem | Food web Definition Biology

Ecosystem: components and types of Ecosystem

In an ecosystem, an isolated food chain does not exist. There is an interconnection of various food chains in ecosystem. This interconnection of many food chains is called as food web, A food web expresses the pattern of energy and nutrient flow, throughout the ecosystem.

Food Chain | What are the Trophic Levels in a Food Chain

Ecosystem: components and types of Ecosystem

Transferred to the primary consumers (or herbivores), which directly feed on the plants. From herbivores, the energy is transferred to the next trophic level of secondary consumers (primary carnivores). The energy from secondary consumers is finally transferred to the top carnivores or tertiary consumers.

Decomposition | Mechanism of Decomposition | Factors Affecting Decomposition

Ecosystem: components and types of Ecosystem

Decomposition of biomass and organic matter is also an important process in an ecosystem. The upper layer of Soil is the main site for decomposition processes in the ecosystem.

Eid ul-Fitr 2021 | Significance of Eid ul-Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr 2021 | Significance of Eid ul-Fitr

we all are celebrating the Eid ul fitr and now we are going to tell you all about the Significance of Eid ul-Fitr The month of Ramzan is that in which the Quran was revealed the (guidance of mankind) Proofs of guidance and the certerion of right or wrong it is a time of fasting for those who are present, it is said that since Allah doesn’t desire hardship for his followers the followers should complete the period of fasting and magnifying Allah for having guided him, and be THANKFUL!

Components of Ecosystem | Biotic Components of The Ecosystem

Ecosystem: components and types of Ecosystem

Life is incomplete until biotic and abiotic components of ecosystem, Biotic components of the ecosystem include microorganisms (bacteria, protozoans, algae and fungi), plants and animals. These organisms exhibit interspecific as well as intra specific relationships. Because of these relationships, the organisms interact with each other