Different Types Of Studies

Agrobiology– the study of plant nutrition and growth in relation to soil

Agrology– the branch of soil science dealing with the production of crops.

Agrostology– the study of grasses

Astrobiology– the study of origin of life


Astrogeology– the study of geology of celestial bodies

Bacteriology– the study of bacteria

Bromatology– the study of food

Cardiology– the study of the heart

Cariology– the study of cells
Cytology– the study of cells

Cytomorphology– the study of the structure of cells

Dendrochronology– the study of the age of trees and the records in their rings

Dermatology– the study of the skin

Embryology– the study of embryos

Endocrinology– the study of internal secretory glands

Entomology– the study of insects

Enzymology– the study of enzymes

Epidemiology– the study of the origin and spread of diseases

Hematology– the study of blood

Kymatology– the study of waves or wave motions

Lithology– the study of rocks

Nephrology– the study of the kidneys

Neurology– the study of nerves

Odontology– the study of the teeth

Oncology– the study of cancer

Oology– the study of eggs

Ophthalmology– the study of the eyes

Ornithology– the study of birds

Paleontology– the study of fossils of ancient life

Psychopathology– the study of mental illness or disorders

Sedimentology– a branch of geology that studies sediments

Seismology– the study of earthquakes

Topology– the mathematical study of closeness and connectedness.

Toxicology– the study of poisons

Virology– the study of viruses

Volcanology (or vulcanology)– the study of volcanoes

Zymology– the study of fermentation

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  1. ::Human Diseases and theirs Causes::
    Human Diseases Caused by Fungi Fungal Diseases:
    1. Ringworm caused by Microsporum, Trichophyton by direct contact from unbathed cats and dogs or objects handled by infected individuals.
    2.Athlete's foot caused by Trichophyton by Bad foot hygiene
    where skin remains warm and moist for long period, fungi finds optimal condition, invade dead outer layer of skin.

    Human Diseases Caused by Viruses Viral Diseases:
    1. Smallpox caused by Variola Virus by direct contact
    (droplets), indirected by infected articles.
    2. Chicken pox caused by Varicella virus by direct contact (droplets) indirected by infected objects.
    3. Common cold caused by Rhinovirus by contact.
    4. Influenza/Flu caused by Orthomixovirus by contact (droplets) virus transmitted through discharge from respiratory tracts of persons infected with disease
    5. Mumps caused by Mumps virus by direct contact, virus in
    Saliva and secretion of nose invades salivary glands.
    6. Viral encephalitis caused by Encephalitis virus (arbovirus)
    by some domestic animals reservoir of virus, transmitted by mosquito bite to man.
    7. Poliomyelitis caused by Poliovirus by contact, houseflies,
    fleas, food and water.
    8. Rabies (Hydrophobia) caused by Rabies virus (Rhabdovirus) by Bite a mad (rabid) dog.
    9. Dengue fever or breakbone fever caused by Dengue virus
    (arbovirus) by Mosquito (Aedes) bite.
    10. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) caused by Human Tcell Lenkemia virus (HTLVIlI) also called LAV (Retrovirus) by blood and sperm among homosexuals, heterosexuals, intravenous drug users, haemophiliacs,
    promiscuous individuals and prostitutes.

  2. If the base of a rectangle is increased by 10% and the area is unchanged, then the corresponding altitude must be decreased by :
    a. 100/11%
    b. 10%
    c. 11%
    d. 100/9%
    e. 12 %

    please explain anybody?

  3. let breadth=b
    length(altitude)=l
    Area=lb
    since base increases by 10
    new base b'=1.1*b
    let altitute decreases by X%
    new length(altitute) l'=(100-x)/100*l
    new Area=l'*b'=(100-x)/100*l*1.1*b
    since area is unchanged
    new Area=l*b
    (100-x)/100*l*1.1*b=l*b
    1.1*(100-x)/100=1
    110-1.1x=100
    110-100=1.1x
    x=10/1.1
    x=100/11%

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