What is entomology?

Entomology is a branch of zoology(the study of animals) that studies insects and how they interact with their environment, other species, and humans. Entomology is the study of insects. Entomology is crucial to our understanding of human disease, agriculture, evolution, ecology, and biodiversity. Entomologists study insects’ habitats and how insects evolve. They also develop ways to control harmful insects. The branches of Entomology include Insect Ecology, Insect Morphology, Insect Pathology, Insect Physiology, Insect Taxonomy, Insect Toxicology, and Industrial Entomology. The carriers of entomology are

  • Agricultural, biological or genetic research.
  • Forensic entomology.
  • Public health.
  • Consulting (agricultural, environmental, public health, urban, food processing)

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