Biology and its Significance
The word biology was first time appeared in the book named Bibliotheca botanica which was written by Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus. The word biology is a Greek word in which logia means study of and bios means life. Biology can be defined as study of living organisms which growth, function, structure and evolution. Aristotle can be regarded as father of biology. There are different branches of biology which include anatomy and physiology, agriculture, nanotehnology, astrobiology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, biomechanics, biotechnology, cell biology, genetics, microbiology, zoology, psychology, pediatrics, immunology, etc. All these branches have interlinked with the daily life of all living creatures and thus increasing the significance of biology day by day.