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2016-02-25T20:30:03+05:30
Scholars of the medieval Islamic world who wrote on biology included al-Jahiz  Al-Dīnawarī, who wrote on botany,[9]and Rhazes (865–925) who wrote on anatomy and physiology
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2016-02-25T20:36:01+05:30
Biology began to quickly develop and grow with Anton van Leeuwenhoek's dramatic improvement of the microscope.Scholars of the medieval Islamic world who wrote on biology included al-JahizAl-Dīnawarī , who wrote on botany,and Rhazes  who wrote on anatomy and physiologyMedicine was especially well studied by Islamic scholars working in Greek philosopher traditions, while natural history drew heavily on Aristotelian thought, especially in upholding a fixed hierarchy of life.
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