abiology – The study of nonliving or inanimate things:
abiophysiology – The study of inorganic processes, or inorganic functions, in living species: ”
acanthology – The study of spines, as in sea urchins or certain spiny-headed worms.
acarology – study of mites and ticks.
acarology- A branch of zoology that involves the study of mites and ticks.
acology-The science of remedies; therapeutics ,The science and art of healing.
acridology-The scientific study of grasshoppers, locusts, and crickets.
acrology- In the development of alphabetic writing, a principle involving the use of initial sounds or signs in accordance with which letters have been evolved, named, and used.
acropathology-The study of diseases that affect the extremities; such as, the hands, fingers, feet, and toes:
actinobiology -The study of the effects of radiation on living organisms.
actinology -The science of photochemistry or the science of the chemical effects of light and this is the study of radiant energy.
acuology – study of needles for therapeutic purposes.
agricultural geology -The use of geology in agricultural applications; for example, in relation to the nature, formation, and distribution of soils.
agrometeorology – The use of meteorological information for agricultural purposes, as in the protection of crops from a predicted frost.
agriecology – The study of the relationship between the environment and agricultural crops.
Ecology- is the study of agriculture.
agriology – The comparative study of the history and customs of primitive, savage, or uncivilized people.
agritechnology – study of Current technology, marketing, products grown, livestock breeding and care, horticulture, landscape operations, and turf management.
agrizoology – The study of wild animals and their influence on soil conditions and how they are affected by soil situations.
agrobiology- study of plant nutrition and growth in relation to the conditions of soils.
agroclimatology – The study of climates as applied to the effect on the productivity of plants and animals of agricultural importance.
agroecology -studies of the applications of ecological principles while considering existing social, cultural, and economic factors of farming communities.”
agroecology – The study of the relationship between the environment and agricultural crops.
agrogeology – The study of geology, soil, crop, and horticultural sciences, and focusing on practical approaches to land management in developing and developed countries.
acuology – The study of the use of needles for therapeutic purposes, as in acupuncture.
addictionology – study of those who are physiologically or mentally dependent on tobacco, alcohol, or other substances.
adenology – That part of physiology that deals with the various aspects of glands.
aedoeology – The study of the generative organs.
aerobiology – That branch of biology which deals with the distribution of living organisms by the air, either the exterior or outdoor air (extramural aerobiology) or the indoor air (intramural aerobiology).
aerodontology – The study of the effects of high-altitude flying on the teeth.
aerology -The branch of meteorology that studies the total vertical extent of the earth’s atmosphere as opposed to the atmosphere which is close to the earth’s surface.
aerosolology – The scientific study of aerosol (fine spray) therapy.
aesthiology – The study of the comparative anatomy of the organs of sensation or feeling:
aesthophysiology – The scientific study of the organs of sensation:
agathology – The science or doctrine of good.
agnoiology – The science or study of ignorance, which determines its quality and conditions.