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Noun
/zōˈäləjē/,/zo͞o-/,
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The scientific study of the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals,
  1. The scientific study of the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals

  2. The animal life of a particular area or time
    • - the zoology of Russia's vast interior

  1. fauna: all the animal life in a particular region or period; "the fauna of China"; "the zoology of the Pliocene epoch"
  2. the branch of biology that studies animals
  3. (zoological) concerning the study of animals and their classification and properties; "zoological research"
  4. Zoology (correctly pronounced , though often), occasionally also spelt zo-ölogy, is the branch of biology that focuses on the structure, function, behavior, and evolution of animals.
  5. Zoology is the debut studio album by The Zoo and their only album with vocalist Arnel Pineda (current singer for Journey). Two singles have been hits in the Philippines since the album was released in September 2007: "Gimik" and "Pain In My Heart" (originally recorded by the band Second Wind). ...
  6. Zoology is a quarterly scientific journal concerning zoology (not to be confused with the Journal of Zoology). It was founded in 1886.
  7. (The Zoologist) The Zoologist was a monthly natural history journal founded in 1843 by the publisher Edward Newman, published in London. Newman acted as editor until his death in 1876, when he was succeeded by James Edmund Harting (1876-1896) and William Lucas Distant (1897-1916).
  8. Alternative spelling of zoology
  9. that part of biology which relates to the animal kingdom, including the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct; a treatise on this science
  10. (zoologist) a person who studies zoology
  11. biological science of animals
  12. the branch of science that deals with animal structures, growth, and classification.
  13. the scientific study of animal life. Zoological sciences include the studies of evolution, systematics, cell biology, biochemistry, micro and macro anatomy, development, genetics, physiology, ecology, biogeography, biodiversity, behavior and sociobiology
  14. The main trends in zoology are the biological principles of development of animal life in Kazakhstan, the determination of animal resources and the scientific principles of their preservation, reproduction, and use, and the exploration of the biological principles for combating human and animal ...
  15. The study of animals.
  16. [ zō ólləjee, zə wóləjee ] (plural zo·ol·o·gies)noun scientific study of animals