Life Sciences

Definition

The life sciences encompass all fields of scientific investigation of living organisms and living processes. The pursuit of life sciences may be described as the application of all of human's scientific disciplines to the elucidation of the processes behind life itself.

Life Sciences. (1993). In K. McLeish (Ed.), Bloomsbury guide to human thought. London, UK: Bloomsbury. Retrieved from http://proxy.devry.edu/login?url=http://search.credoreference.com/content/entry/bght/life_sciences/0?institutionId=2985

Keywords

biology, diet, genetics, health, human anatomy, human physiology, medicine, microbiology, nutrition, population

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