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  • -ologies by name
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  • abiology [inanimate things]
  • acarology [lice and ticks]
  • acrology [initial sounds or signs]
  • adenology [glands]
  • aesthology [sensory organs]
  • agrology [soil]
  • alethology [truth]
  • algology or phycology [algae, seaweeds]
  • ambrology [amber]
  • anatripsology [friction]
  • andrology [male diseases]
  • angiology [blood vessels]
  • anorganology [inorganic things]
  • anthropology [mankind]
  • apiology or melittology [bees]
  • arachnology or araneology [spiders]
  • archeology or archaeology [ancient or historical artifacts]
  • archology [government]
  • areology [Mars]
  • argyrology [money boxes]
  • aristology [dining]
  • arthrology [joints]
  • asthenology [diseases of debility]
  • astrolithology [meteorites]
  • astrology [stellar and planetary influence]
  • atmology [water vapor]
  • audiology [hearing disorders]
  • auxology [growth]
  • axiology [values, ethics]
  • azoology [inanimate things]
  • bacteriology [bacteria]
  • balneology [therapeutic baths]
  • barology [weight]
  • batology [brambles]
  • bibliology [books]
  • bioecology [biological interrelationships]
  • biology [life, living things]
  • biometeorology [organic-atmospheric interrelationships]
  • bromatology [food]
  • brontology [thunder]
  • bryology or muscology [mosses]
  • Buddhology [Buddha, Buddhahood]
  • caliology [bird nests]
  • campanology [bells; bell-ringing]
  • carcinology [crustaceans]
  • cardiology [heart]
  • carpology or pomology [fruits]
  • cartology [maps]
  • cephalology [the head]
  • cetology [whales, dolphins]
  • cholology or choledology [bile]
  • choreology [dance notation]
  • chorology [geographical boundaries]
  • chrondrology [cartilage]
  • chronology [dates, time]
  • climatology [climate]
  • coleopterology [beetles]
  • conchology [shells]
  • cosmology [universe]
  • craniology [skull]
  • criminology [criminal behavior]
  • crustaceology [crustaceans]
  • cryology [snow and ice]
  • cryptology [codes and ciphers]
  • curiology [picture writing]
  • cyesiology [pregnancy]
  • cytology [cells]
  • cytopathology [cell pathology]
  • dactylology [fingers]
  • deltiology [picture postcards]
  • demology [human activities]
  • dendrochronology [tree-ring dating]
  • dendrology [trees, shrubs]
  • deontology [ethics]
  • dermatology [skin]
  • desmology [ligaments]
  • diabiology [the devil, devils]
  • dipteriology [flies]
  • dittology [double interpretation]
  • docimology [metal assaying]
  • dolorology [pain]
  • dosiology [dosage]
  • dysteleology [purposelessness]
  • ecclesiology [churches; church history]
  • ecology [environment]
  • edaphology [soils]
  • Egyptology [ancient Egypt]
  • eidology [mental imagery]
  • electrology [electricity]
  • embryology [embryos]
  • endocrinology [endocrine glands]
  • enterology [internal organs]
  • entomology [insects]
  • epiphuytology [plant diseases]
  • epistemology [human knowledge]
  • eremology [deserts]
  • ergology [work and its effects]
  • eschatology [last things, esp final judgment]
  • ethnology [races and ethnic groups]
  • ethology [animal behavior]
  • etiology [causes, esp of disease]
  • etymology [derivation and history of words]
  • exobiology [life on other planets]
  • faunology [animal distribution]
  • fetology [fetus]
  • fluviology [watercourses, rivers]
  • garbology or garbageology [garbage, refuse]
  • gastrology [stomach]
  • gemology [gemstones]
  • geology [Earth's crust]
  • geomorphology [origin of geological features]
  • geratology [approaching extinction]
  • gerontology [old age]
  • glaciology [glaciers]
  • glossology [linguistics]
  • gnotobiology [germ-free biology]
  • grammatology [systems of writing]
  • graphology [handwriting]
  • gynecology [women's health]
  • hagiology [saints]
  • hamartiology [sin]
  • hedonology [pleasure]
  • helcology [ulcers]
  • heliology [Sun]
  • helminthology [worms, esp parasitic worms]
  • hematology [blood]
  • heortology [religious festivals]
  • hepatology [liver]
  • heresiology [heresies]
  • herpetology [reptiles]
  • hierology [sacred things]
  • hippology [horses]
  • hippopathology [diseases of the horse]
  • histology or histiology [tissues and organs]
  • historology [history]
  • horology [time, clocks]
  • hydrology [water]
  • hyetology [rainfall]
  • hygiology [health and hygiene]
  • hygrology [humidity]
  • hymenology [membranes]
  • hymenopterology [wasps, bees, ants]
  • hypnology [sleep; hypnotism]
  • hysterology [uterus]
  • iatrology [healing, medicine]
  • ichnolithology or ichnology [fossil footprints]
  • ichthyology or piscology [fish]
  • immunology [immunity to diseases]
  • irenology [peace]
  • journology [newspapers]
  • kalology [beauty]
  • kinesiology [bodily movement]
  • lalopathology [speech therapy]
  • laryngology [larynx]
  • lexicology [word forms and meanings]
  • lepidopterology [butterflies, moths]
  • limnology [lakes and ponds]
  • lithology or lithoidology [rock, stone]
  • loimology [infectious diseases]
  • malacology [mollusks]
  • malacostracology [crustaceology]
  • mantology [divination]
  • mastology [mammals]
  • meteorology [atmosphere and weather]
  • metrology [weights and measures]
  • microbiology [microorganisms]
  • micrology [tiny things]
  • microseismology [earthquake tremors]
  • morphology [form, shape]
  • muscology [mosses]
  • musicology [music]
  • mycology [fungi]
  • myology [muscles]
  • myrmecology [ants]
  • naology [church buildings]
  • nasology or rhinology [nose]
  • neonatology [newborns]
  • nephology [clouds]
  • nephrology [kidneys]
  • neurology [nervous system]
  • neuropathology [nervous system pathology]
  • neurypnology [hypnotism]
  • nomology [law]
  • noology [intuition]
  • nosology [classification of diseases]
  • nostology [old age, geriatrics]
  • numerology [numbers]
  • numismatology [coins]
  • odontology [the teeth]
  • oenology or enology [wine]
  • olfactology [smells]
  • ombrology [rain]
  • oncology [tumors]
  • oneirology [dreams]
  • onomasiology or onomatology [names, naming]
  • ontology [being, metaphysics]
  • oology [eggs, esp birds']
  • ophiology [snakes]
  • ophthalmology [eyes]
  • organology [body organs]
  • orismology [terminology]
  • ornithology [birds]
  • orology or oreology [mountains]
  • ornithology [birds]
  • oryctology [fossils]
  • osmology [odors]
  • osteology [bones]
  • otolaryngology [ear, nose, throat]
  • otology [ear]
  • paleobiology [fossil life]
  • paleoethnology [prehistoric mankind]
  • paleoichtyology [fossil fishes]
  • paleontology [early history of life]
  • paleoornithology [fossil birds]
  • paleopedology [early soils]
  • paleoetiology [explanation of past phenomena]
  • paleozoology or zoogeolology [fossil animals]
  • palynology [pollen, spores]
  • parapsychology [beyond psychology]
  • parasitology [parasites]
  • paroemiology [proverbs]
  • pathology [diseases]
  • pedology [soil science]
  • penology [punishment]
  • petrology or stromatology [rocks]
  • pharmacology [drugs]
  • phenology [natural cycles]
  • philology [languages]
  • phitology [political economy]
  • phlebology [blood vessels]
  • phonology [vocal sounds]
  • photology [light and optics]
  • phrenology [skull shape]
  • phycology [algae]
  • physicotheology [natural theology]
  • physiology [living body]
  • phytology [plants]
  • phytopathology [plant diseases]
  • phytophysiology [plant physiology]
  • phytoserology [plant viruses]
  • piscatology [fishing]
  • pistology [religious faith]
  • planetology [planets]
  • pleology [running water]
  • pneumatology [spirit]
  • pomology [fruits]
  • ponerology [evil]
  • posology [drug administration]
  • potamology [rivers]
  • proctology [anus, rectum]
  • promorphology [fundamental shapes and forms]
  • psephology [election statistics]
  • psychology [the mind]
  • psychonosology [mental diseases]
  • psychopathology [insanity]
  • psychophysiology [body and mind]
  • pteridology [ferns]
  • pterology [insect wings]
  • pterylology [feathers]
  • ptochology [pauperism, unemployment]
  • pyretology [fever]
  • pyrgology [towers]
  • pyrology [fire and heat]
  • radiology or R-ntgenology [X-rays]
  • reflexology [reflexes and behavior]
  • rheology [flow and deformation of matter]
  • rhinology [nose]
  • roentgenology [medical X-rays]
  • runology [runes]
  • satanology [devil worship]
  • scatology [feces]
  • seismology [earthquakes]
  • selenology [the Moon]
  • semasiology [word meanings]
  • sematology or semeiology [symptoms]
  • semiology [signs, symbols]
  • serology [serums]
  • silphology [larval forms]
  • sinology [China]
  • siphonapterology [fleas]
  • sitology [diet, dietetics]
  • sociobiology [biology and behavior]
  • sociology [society]
  • somatology [organic bodies]
  • sophiology [ideas]
  • soteriology [salvation]
  • speciology [species]
  • spectrology [ghosts, phantoms]
  • speleology [caves]
  • spermatology [sperm]
  • sphygmoology [the pulse]
  • splanchnology [the viscera]
  • splenology [the spleen]
  • stereology [spatial]
  • stoichiology [fundamental laws]
  • stomatology [mouth]
  • storiology [folklore]
  • suicidology [suicide]
  • symbology [symbols]
  • synchronology [comparative chronology]
  • synecology [plant, animal communities]
  • systematology [ordered arrangements]
  • taxology [scientific classification]
  • technology [mechanical and manufacturing arts]
  • tectology [structural morphology]
  • teleology [aims, determined ends]
  • teratology [tall tales; monsters]
  • terminology [system of names or terms]
  • thanatology [death]
  • thaumatology [miracles]
  • theology [divinity]
  • thermology or thermatology [heat]
  • therology [mammals]
  • thremmatology [plant or animal breeding]
  • threpsology [nutrition]
  • tidology [tides]
  • timbrology [stamps, stamp-collecting]
  • timology [values]
  • tocology [obstetrics]
  • tonology [tones, speech]
  • toxicology [poisons]
  • traumatology [wounds; shock]
  • tribology [friction; interacting surfaces]
  • trichology [hair]
  • typhology [blindness]
  • ufology [UFOs]
  • uranology [astronomy]
  • urbanology [cities]
  • urology [urogenital organs and diseases]
  • venereology [veneral disease]
  • vermiology [worms]
  • vexillology [flags]
  • victimology [victims]
  • virology [viruses]
  • vulcanology [volcanoes]
  • xyloology [the structure of wood]
  • zoology [animal life]
  • zoonosology [animal diseases]
  • zoophysiology [animal physiology]
  • zymology or zymotechnology [fermentation]

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