Biology is a scientific discipline that studies the function, growth, evolution and structure of living organisms. Students may find it difficult to choose a research paper topic for biology, since it encompasses the study of all kinds of living organisms, and since current advancements in research have intensely broadened this already wide subject. The choice of a research paper topic largely depends on your field of specialization and interest.
Human cloning is the process of copying human DNA to create genetically identical individuals. This field of genetics has developed over many years and can make an intriguing topic for a biological research paper. Your research project could analyze one or more of the following topics: the origin of cloning, different types of cloning, DNA structure and its characteristics and historical research and modern developments in the field.
Hormones carry chemicals through the body. A research paper on hormones could take into account the study of different kinds of hormones and the functions they perform. It might also focus on glands associated with different hormones, their structures and their significance for proper body function. This topic could also touch on psychobiological research, since different hormones are responsible for the functioning of the human mind and for human behavior.
Human Immune System
Immunology is the study of the functions and structure of immune systems of all organisms. The human immune system is responsible for creating defense forces for the body to fight diseases. A research paper on this topic might encompass the functions of immune system, immune system agents, the diseases caused by system’s improper functionality and the significance of this system for basic survival.
Plant pathology is the scientific study of various diseases in plants. This topic can be of great interest to those who opt for botany as their basic field of specialization. A research project on this topic could look one or more plant diseases and the causes behind the diseases, or it could focus more generally on the system of natural disease resistance in plants. It could also investigate ways to prevent, manage and cure plant diseases.
About the Author
Dr. Muhammad Haq has been writing for over 10 years on medicine and health issues in the "British Medical Journal" and on various websites. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in medicine and obtained membership in the Royal College of Physicians in the U.K. Dr. Haq has been teaching in the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital since.