1) N-UNCOUNT Biology is the science which is concerned with the study of living things.Derived words:biologist [[t]baɪɒ̱ləʤɪst[/t]] plural N-COUNT
...biologists studying the fruit fly.2) N-UNCOUNT: the N of n, supp N The biology of a living thing is the way in which its body or cells behave.
The biology of these diseases is terribly complicated.
...human biology.3) → See also molecular biology
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