Morphology, Biology

Morphology:  It deals with external forms, structure and the relative position of various organs of living beings. Morphology is a branch of bioscience which dealing with the study of the form or structure of organisms with their specific structural features. 

Morphology includes aspects of the outward appearance like structure, shape, pattern, colour as well as the form or structure of the internal parts like organs or bones. Microbiology is in contrast to physiology that deals primarily with function. Morphology is a branch of life science that deals with the study of gross structure of an organism or Taxon or its component parts.

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