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Biology subfields are many and varied and include microbiology, anatomy, morphology, plant and animal physiology, ecology, pathology, cell biology, molecular biology, marine biology, and genetics, just to name a few. There are fields of specialization for different classifications of living things: herpetology, entomology, and ornithology, for example. For all these areas, the elements of the job are essentially the same: building on the work of others, both past and present, through experimentation and observation.

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