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    1. Cell Biology: This article would discuss the fundamental unit of life, the cell. It covers components of a cell, such as the nucleus, mitochondria, and cell membrane, as well as different cell types like animal, plant, and bacterial cells.
    2. Genetics: This piece would focus on the principles of inheritance, genes, DNA, and the role they play in defining characteristics of an organism. It would include details about Mendelian genetics and the newly discovered human genome project of the 90s.
    3. Evolution: This article would explain Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, survival of the fittest, and natural selection. It would also discuss how species have evolved over millions of years.
    4. Ecology: This entry would discuss the relationships between organisms and their environment. It would cover topics such as ecosystems, food webs, and the impact of human activity on the environment.
    5. Botany: This piece would cover the scientific study of plants, from tiny mosses to towering trees. It would discuss plant anatomy, photosynthesis, and the role of plants in the ecosystem.
    6. Zoology: The article would present an overview of the animal kingdom. It would explore animal classification, physiology, behavior, and habitats.
    7. Microbiology: This would outline the study of microscopic organisms like bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It would focus on their roles in disease and environmental processes.
    8. Biochemistry: This entry would focus on the chemical processes within and related to living organisms. It would explore the structure and function of cellular components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids.
    9. Physiology: This article would examine the functions and vital processes of organisms, and how bodily systems and organs work together to sustain life and health.
    10. Biotechnology: A topic topical in the 90s, this would look at how biological systems are used in technology. It would discuss genetic modification, cloning, and the emerging field of genetics-based medicine.