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Linnean

(lĭ-nē′ən)
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Of or relating to Carl Linnaeus or to the system of taxonomic classification and binomial nomenclature that he originated.
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Linnaean

Pertaining to the system of taxonomic classification and the binomial nomenclature widely used in medicine, in which the name of the genus (generic name) is followed by the name of the species (specific name). Examples are Staphylococcus aureus and Fasciola hepatica. (Carolus Linnaeus, or Carl von Linne, 1707–78, Swedish biologist)
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(9) I do not use Linnean names to describe any of these plants because these are pre-Linnean terms that were probably introduced in the texts not by taxonomy but by function, or curative properties.
Lyell's solution was to have two papers presented to the Linnean Society.
Cozilly, and P Alibert, "Quantification of sexual dimorphism in Asellus aquaticus (Crustacea: Isopoda) using outline approaches," Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, vol.
HIGHLY VALUED: Pieces like this with the signature of Victorian designer Dr Christopher Dresser, left, are expected to attract global bids Picture left: Linnean Society of London
Vane-Wright, "A unified classification of mimetic resemblances," Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, vol.
They suggested that Wallace's manuscript and excerpts from Darwin's diaries he jointly presented at the July meeting of the Linnean Society of London, England's premier natural history association.
Now, a National University of Singapore study published in the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society provides an exciting detective story using- historical shipping records and arrival and departure times published in Dutch and English newspapers.
Canada's newest dinosaur, the first to be discovered in Saskatchewan since 1926, was unveiled late last year in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society by Caleb Brown--now a PhD student at the ROM--and his colleagues.
Wallace''s article plus some of Darwin''s unpublished writings on the subject were presented at a meeting of the Linnean Society of London on July 1 1858.
* Papers of Darwin's theory of evolution is read for the first time at London's Linnean Society.
In the process, Tumarkin-Deratzian deftly demolishes four kinds of arguments that anti-evolutionists employ to "contest the relationship of Archaeopteryx and the feathered dinosaurs to the evolution of birds." She convincingly demonstrates that these anti-evolution arguments are based on a failure to recognize that, because it was designed to classify modern organisms into categories, the Linnean classification scheme is ill equipped to recognize evolutionary lineages.