the science of the functions or vital processes common to almost all living things, whether animal or plant, as opposed to aspects of physiology peculiar to particular types of animals or plants, or to the application of physiology to applied sciences such as medicine and agriculture.
- Teacher: امل عليوي حسن
Biochemistry is the study of the chemical reactions that take place inside organisms. ... Biochemists study relatively large molecules like proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates, which are important in metabolism and other cellular activities; they also study molecules like enzymes and DNA
In its broadest sense, anatomy is the study of the structure of an object, in this case the human body. Human anatomy deals with the way the parts of humans, from molecules to bones, interact to form a functional unit. The study of anatomy is distinct from the study of physiology, although the two are often paired.
- Teacher: علي سلطان ياسين الرفاعي
Histology is the study of the microscopic anatomy (microanatomy) of cells and tissues. Every cell of tissue type is unique, based on the many functions an organism carries out. Histology uses advanced imaging techniques to analyze and identify the tissues and structures present
- Teacher: حافظ ابراهيم السعدي
Oral Embryology is the study of embryonic formation and development in other words it is the study of prenatal development throughout the stages before birth.
Oral histology and embryology touches on the development and growth of teeth and oral cavities, as well as the structure and development of salivary glands
Dental materials are specially fabricated materials, designed for use in dentistry. There are many different types of dental material, and their characteristics vary according to their intended purpose.