Comparative (disambiguation) - Biology

Biology

  • Comparative anatomy, a technique used in the study of anatomy
  • Comparative biology, a technique of biology
  • Comparative cognition, a branch of biology
  • Comparative genomics, a method used in genetics
  • Comparative genomic hybridization, a technique of genetics
  • Comparative neuropsychology, a technique for studying the brain
  • Comparative physiology, a technique used in physiology
  • Integrative and Comparative Biology, a journal
  • Museum of Comparative Zoology, at Harvard University
  • Phylogenetic comparative methods, statistical and other techniques that incorporate phylogenetic information when comparing species

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