||The rearing of bees especially for commercial purposes.
||Branch of agricultural science which deals with the study of crops and soils.
||The science or practice of planting, caring, and managing forests.
||The science of practice of cultivating the land and improving the crops.
||Practice of growing flowers, fruit, and vegetables.
||The study of diseases.
||The science of preventing and curing illness and diseases.
||Application of science for processing and preservation of foods.
||Use of living organisms like bacteria, algae, yeasts, fungi and cells of animals and plants in the manufacture of useful products.
||Science that involves manipulations at gene level to produce an organism with a new combination of inherited properties.
||The breeding and treatment of silkworms for the production of raw silk.
||The business or industry of fishing.
||Science that deals with preparing and compounding of medicines and dispensing them.
||Science that deals with the structure and function of the macromolecules essential to life.
||Application of the knowledge from information sciences in the interpretation of biological phenomenon.
||Study of chemistry of life chemical basis of a cell, chemical reactions involved in the life processes, etc.
||Study of physics of life energy relations, microscopes, instruments used in monitoring human health.
||Statistical analysis of results obtained in biological experiments.
||Application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for health care purposes.
Carrier oriented branches of biology