Biology can be divided into many specialties. The biologist, who studies a wide variety of living organisms, has interests that differ from those of the chemist, physicist, and geologist, who are concerned with nonliving matter. Biologists may be identified by their specialties. Following is a breakdown of the many kinds of biologists and their specific fields of study:

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