Translation of zoology in Spanish:


zoología, n.

Pronunciation /zoʊˈɑlədʒi/ /zuˈɑlədʒi/ /zuːˈɒlədʒi/ /zəʊˈɒlədʒi/


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    zoología feminine
    • But the desire for a deeper understanding of the forest and its creatures led him back to Moscow to study zoology.
    • He contributed an immense amount of research in vertebrate and invertebrate zoology and paleontology, and also wrote and lectured on the history of science.
    • When the war ended, he was over 50, and instead of returning to mouse genetics he retreated into more general physiology and zoology.
    • Scientific botany and zoology dealt not with the dynamics of whole living organisms in the field but with dissection of fragments in the laboratory.
    • T H. Huxley, too, had an enormous influence on Morgan, training him in zoology when Morgan returned to London for postgraduate study not long after his geology degree.
    • Gene's studies in zoology began at age 15 at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
    • Thus one school friend stopped our career master in his tracks by announcing that he planned to study zoology.
    • I did my doctorate in zoology, in very basic science - development and evolution.
    • It explains and supports findings in scientific areas ranging from botany to zoology and embryology to neuroscience.
    • In many ways this text also serves as an introduction to anatomy, zoology, nutrition, water chemistry and animal husbandry.