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Ohio Master Gardener Online Manual - GLOSSARY
... several diseases. Biennials - plants that complete their life cycle in two years or growing seasons. Binomial nomenclature - a system in which the scientific name of a plant consists of two parts indicating ... reproduce with each other; a unit of classification. Specific epithet - the second name of the binomial given to a species; for instance, "rubrum" is the species epithet of Acer rubrum. Spines ...
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Botany
... most flowers and vegetables. BINOMIAL NOMENCLATURE Horticulturists and serious gardeners use a two-name system to identify plants. This "scientific" or "Latin" name system is called binomial nomenclature. Many times gardeners use common names, but these can vary from person to person as well as region to region. The meaning of binomial nomenclature comes ...
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CSSA Newsletters #19
... in 1732. Carolus Linnaeus was a Swedish nature researcher, physician & botanist who founded our 'modern binomial nomenclature system of organizing plants, animals & minerals into classes, orders, genera & species' in 1735. 9. b ...
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CSSA Newsletters #26
... the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Venezuela, South America. Linnaeus, when setting up his binomial nomenclature system of naming plants in his 1753 book, Species Plantarum, gave this plant the species ... can be traced back to the 18th century where Linneus, the father of modern botanical nomenclature (description and naming of all plants), first separated the two genera. However, the lack of ...
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MBG: Library: Collections
... "pre-Linnaean" because the books were published prior to Carl Linnaeus's Species Plantarum, wherein binomial nomenclature was used consistently for the first time. The collection has grown to more than 1000 ...
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... biology with a descriptive procedure, a standardized terminology and nomenclature and ways to handle and organize systematic information.(26) He introduced the BINOMIAL NOMENCLATURE system. Before, as mentioned above, you had a Latin ...
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Plant Classification - PlantExplorers.com™
... giving all living things two names. Although the theory of binomial nomenclature had been around for almost one hundred years, it took ... replace all previous methods. However, the binomial system of applying names will nonetheless remain. The Binomial Name While the full name of ... , the real core of the plant's name is its 'binomial' name. 'Binomial' literally means 'two names' and refers to the two ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... or nearly parallel sides. Linnaeus - Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778) - a Swedish scientist who devised the binomial nomenclature used to identify every living species. The Linnaean System of classification is based on a ...
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Orchid Glossary Terms
... the base of the pseudo bulb. Bifoliate- Having two leaves on a single pseudo bulb. Binomial nomenclature- In Latin, literally a “two-name name,” a two-word phrase that is ... above which a cut can be made to induce a secondary bloom. Nomenclature- A system of naming; see “binomial nomenclature.” Nonresupinate- In orchids, those plants whose flower lips are positioned uppermost ...
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Understanding Orchid Names
... orchid growthpests, diseases & potting orchid lingo Orchid Lingo UNDERSTANDING AN ORCHID'S NAME Nomenclature- A system of naming Binomial nomenclature- A "two-name name" in Latin. A two-word phrase that is the ...
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