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  1.  Life sciences, biology (53/754)
  2.  Physiology and related subjects (6/217)
  3.  Biochemistry (55/497)
  4.  Specific physiological systems in animals, regional histology and physiology in animals (3/86)
    1.  Circulatory system (5)
    2.  Digestive system (1)
    3.  Endocrine and excretory systems (6)
    4.  Integument (1)
    5.  Reproductive system of animals (3)
    6.  Musculoskeletal system (4)
    7.  Nervous and sensory system (63)
  5.  Specific parts of and physiological systems in plants (2/22)
  6.  Genetics and evolution (11/140)
  7.  Ecology (105/379)
  8.  Natural history of organisms and related subjects (12/278)
    1.  Adaptation (2)
    2.  Miscellaneous nontaxonomic kinds of organisms (8/46)
      1.  Nonnative species (24)
      2.  Beneficial organisms (2)
      3.  Harmful organisms (6)
      4.  Rare and endangered species (8)
    3.  Organisms characteristic of specific kinds of environments (1/53)
      1.  Forest biology (3)
      2.  Grassland biology (2)
      3.  Biology of miscellaneous environments (2)
      4.  Aquatic biology (11)
      5.  Marine biology (36)
    4.  General topics in natural history of organisms (0/168)
  9.  Natural history of specific kinds of organisms (0/2471)
  10.  Economics of land and energy (5/408)
  11.  Other subjects (0/485)
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    2.  Political sciences (Politics and government) (7)
    3.  Law (5)
    4.  Natural history (38)
    5.  Physics (2)
    6.  Chemistry and allied sciences (13)
    7.  Earth Sciences (25)
    8.  Paleontology, Paleozoology (28/42)
      1.  Paleobotany, fossil microorganisms (8)
      2.  Reptilia (7)
    9.  Technology (10)
    10.  Medicine and health (115)
    11.  Agriculture and related technologies (35/133)
    12.  Biotechnology (31)
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