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

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