Binomial nomenclature is a formal system of naming species of living things by
giving each a name composed of two parts, both of which use Latin grammatical
a system of nomenclature in which each species of animal or plant receives a
name of two terms of which the first identifies the genus to which it belongs and
Binomial nomenclature definition, a system of nomenclature in which each
species is given a unique name that consists of a generic and a specific term.
Apr 6, 2016 ... A species name is binomial -- the genus plus a second word. Subspecies have a
trinomial name (a "trinomen"). A subgenus is occasionally ...
In this work, which is still the basic reference work for modern plant taxonomy,
Linnaeus established the practice of binomial nomenclature—that is, the ...
The scientific naming of species whereby each species receives a Latin or
Latinized name of two parts, the first indicating the genus and the second being
The present system of binomial nomenclature identifies each species by a
scientific name of two words, Latin in form and usually derived from Greek or
Biological nomenclature is, to some degree, the parlance of systematic biology. It
derives from the binomial (or binominal) nomenclature that was originally ...
Binomial Nomenclature. The Latin names for individual species are written using
a system termed "binomial nomenclature" that was developed originally by ...
Binomial nomenclature is the system by which scientists who study living things
classify these living things and give them universally recognized, scientific ...