Wednesday, November 18, 2015

One Word Substitutions Denoting Science and Arts

1. acoustics-the study of sound

2. aeronautics-the science or art of flight

3. aesthetics-the philosophy of fine arts

4. agronomy-the science of soil management and the production of field crops

5. alchemy-chemistry in ancient times

6. bibliography-the study of history of a list of books on a subject

7. anatomy-the science dealing with the structure of animals, plants or human body

8. anthropology-the science that deals with the origin, physical and cultural development of mankind

9. arboriculture-cultivation of trees and vegetables

10. astrology-the ancient art of predicting the course of human destinies with the help of indications
deduced from the position and movement of the heavenly bodies

11. bacteriology-the study of bacteria

12. botany-the study of plants

13. calligraphy- the art of beautiful handwriting

14. ceramics, pottery-the art and technology of making objects from clay etc.

15. chronobiology-the study of duration of life

16. chronology-the science of arranging time in periods and ascertaining the dates and historical order of the past events

17. chromatics-the art of making fireworks

18. cosmogony-the science of the nature of heavenly bodies

19. cosmography-the science that describes and maps the main features of the universe

20. cosmology-the science of the nature, origin and history of the universe

21. cryogenics-the science of dealing with the production control and the application of very low temperatures

22. cipher-the art of secret writing

23. cytology-the study of cells, especially their formation, structure and functions

24. dactylography-the study of fingerprints for the purpose of identification

25. dactylology-the technique of communication by signs made with the is generally used by the deaf

26. demography-the study of human population with the help of the records of the number of births and deaths

27. ecology-the study of the relation of animals and plants to their surrounding, animate and inanimate

28. entomology-the study of insects

29. epigraphy-the study of inscriptions

30. ethnology-the study of human races

31. ethology-the study of animal behavior

32. etymology-the study of origin and history of words(Morphology)

33. eugenics-the study of production of better offspring by the careful selection of parents

34. ergonomy-the study of effect of environment on workers

35. genealogy-the study of family ancestries and histories

36. genetics-the branch of biology dealing with the phenomenon of heredity and the laws governing it

37. geology-the science that deals with the physical history of the earth

38. heliotherapy-the sun cure

39. gymnastics-the art of performing acrobatics feats

40. histology-the study of tissues

41. horticulture-the cultivation of flowers, fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants

42. hydropathy-the treatment of diseases by the internal and external use of water

43. hagiology-study of the lives of saints

44. iconography-teaching with the aid of pictures and models

45. iconology-the study of symbolic representations

46. jurisprudence-the science of law

47. lexicography-the writing or compiling of dictionaries

48. numismatics-the study of coins and metals

49. odontology-the scientific study of the teeth

50. ornithology-the study of birds

51. orthoepy-the study of correct pronunciation

52. pedagogy-the art or method of teaching

53. petrology-the study of rocks/crust

54. philately-the collection and study of postage/revenue stamps etc.

55. philology-the study of written records, their authenticity etc.

56. phonetics-the study of speech sounds, and the production, transmission, reception

57. physiognomy-the study of human face

58. paleography-the study of ancient writings

59. rhetoric-the art of elegant speech or writing

60. sericulture-the raising of silkworms for the production of raw silk

61. seismology-the study of earthquakes and the phenomenon associated with it

62. speleology-the study of caves

63. telepathy-communication between minds by some means other than sensory perception

64. zoology-the study of animal life

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