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The term biology is inferred from the Greek word βίος, bios, “existence” and the postfix-λογία,-logia, “investigation of.” The Latin manifestation of the term first showed up in 1736 when Linnaeus (Carl von Linné) utilized biologi within his Bibliotheca botanica. It was utilized again within 1766 in a work entitled Philosophiae naturalis sive physicae: tomus III, continens geologian, biologian, phytologian generalis, by Michael Christoph Hanov, a follower of Christian Wolff. The main German utilize, Biologie, was utilized as a part of a 1771 interpretation of Linnaeus’ work.

In 1797, Theodor Georg Roose utilized the term as a part of a book, Grundzüge der Lehre van der Lebenskraft, in the introduction. Karl Friedrich Burdach utilized the term as a part of 1800 in a more confined instinct concerning the investigation of individuals from a morphological, physiological and mental viewpoint (Propädeutik zum Studien der gesammten Heilkunst). The term went into its current mode with the six-volume treatise Biologie, oder Philosophie der lebenden Natur (1802–22) by Gottfried Reinhold Treviranus, who published:

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