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So things like biochemistry, microbiology, genetics etc.

Mine is zoology, specifically learning about animal behaviour and cognition
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Mushroomology, specifically eating mushrooms
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molecular biology
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Genetics
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Evolution. I don't really remember learning it in school (I never did A Level biology) but now I find it fascinating.
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Oncology- specifically the tumour micro-environment and imunno-oncology
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Structural/molecular biology
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A twig
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Human anatomy (if that counts) and the molecular mechanisms of these different systems.
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(Original post by T0mas)
Mushroomology, specifically eating mushrooms
That would be mycology, but only if you really study them as well as eating them.
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Synthetic biology for me.
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Ecology! Especially the practical work it involves
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Microbiology, specifically actinomyces and the much neglected archaea. In terms of analysis, genomics/omics or phylogenetics.
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Ugh I hate biology although I did enjoy learning about photosynthesis
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1. Immunology
2. Cancer Biology
3. Synthetic Biology
4. Genetics
5. Microbiology

I hate Ecology with a passion.
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Molecular cell biology and pharmacology I suppose. So cell signalling and the signalling cascades present within cells.

My 1st year Adaptation and Diversity module was a disaster though embryology was somewhat interesting.

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Evolution. I don't really remember learning it in school (I never did A Level biology) but now I find it fascinating.
Whenever someone christian discovers I'm an atheist, I get quizzed about aspects of the theory I don't know so now I dislike it.
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(Original post by Kvothe the Arcane)
Whenever someone christian discovers I'm an atheist, I get quizzed about aspects of the theory I don't know so now I dislike it.
Haha I know that feeling
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Evolution. I don't really remember learning it in school (I never did A Level biology) but now I find it fascinating.
Evolution is one of my favourites too! I was very close to doing a degree in Evolutionary Biology at Exeter
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Zoology

Animal lover

I like learning about animal behaviour, their distribution and the conservation of endangered species.
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Genetics and Microbiology.
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