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Why is biology divided into the physical and applied branches?

Why is biology divided into the physical and applied branches? In biology, living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, reproduction, classification, origin, and evolution are discussed. Biology also teaches how to use this knowledge to improve human life. To discuss this knowledge in detail, biology has been divided into two branches. one is physical biology in which theoretical concepts are discussed, and the other is applied biology in which the way of using theoretical knowledge is discussed. Actually, for learning and using knowledge easily and effectively, biology is divided into these two parts.

Refraction of Light

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Chapter - 9: Refraction of Light

👉 All Chapter Contents 👈 


  • 9.1 Refraction of light
  • 9.2 Total International Reflection
  • 9.3 Uses of Refraction
  • 9.4 Types of Lenses
  • 9.5 Function of the Eye


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