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-acea used in scientific names of zoological classes or orders.
-aceae used in scientific names of botanical families.
agronomy the study and application of scientific methods of soil management and field crop production; scientific agriculture.
anthropogenesis the scientific study of humanity's origin.
anthropology the scientific study of mankind, esp. its origins, development, social customs and structures, and cultures.
antiscientific combined form of scientific.
approximation a mathematical or scientific result that is within acceptable limits of accuracy. [1/3 definitions]
aquanaut a person who lives in an undersea dwelling, esp. for purposes of scientific exploration and study.
arboretum a place where trees are grown for scientific study and display.
archaeology the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.
archeology variant of archaeology, the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.
artifact in scientific investigation, a spurious result or effect caused by the introduction of unintended substances or structures. [1/2 definitions]
Australoid (outdated; no longer in scientific use) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of members of a human racial group originating in Australia, the Pacific Islands, and areas of southern and central India, generally characterized by dark skin and dark curly hair. [2 definitions]
ballistics (used with a sing. verb) the scientific study of the motion and properties of missiles such as bullets and rockets. [1/3 definitions]
balloon such a bag with a basket or gondola connected to it, used to transport passengers or scientific equipment. [1/8 definitions]
bioelectricity the scientific study of biological electric currents and fields and of the effects of external electromagnetic forces on biological systems.
biomagnetism the scientific study of the effects of magnetic forces on biological systems.
botanical garden a garden in which many species of plants, esp. exotic or rare specimens, are displayed for enjoyment and scientific study.
Caucasian (outdated; no longer in scientific use) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of members of the Caucasoid racial group. [2/7 definitions]
Caucasoid (outdated; no longer in scientific use) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of members of a human racial group originating in Europe, North Africa, western Asia, and India, generally characterized by fair to brown skin and straight to curly hair of any color. [2 definitions]
chemical engineering the professional, scientific, or industrial use of chemistry and chemical products; technology of chemistry.