Why Is Biology Important?


Biology is important because it is the study of living things and helps us appreciate living things in nature. In addition, leaning biology can lead to careers such as medical practitioners, agriculturalists and environmentalists.
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Cell biology is important because knowing the components of cells and how cells work
Gel electrophoresis has become an important tool to identify DNA molecules. Genetic differences between different species of plants and animals have been identified using gel electrophoresis
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Biology is the 'science of life' or the study of living systems. It is concerned with life and its characteristics, including an organism's cellular organization, metabolism, response to stimuli, development and growth, and reproduction. It examines organisms on several levels of organization: atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms, and populations.
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