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How Plants are Named
Binomial Nomenclature Linnaeus Developed binomial system for naming plants
Linnaeus Swedish Botonist Gave all plants 2 Latin names as their specific name
Binomial Nomenclature First name – Genus, the plants group name Second name – species, means kind
Species Are divided into varieties
Genus Always capitalized Species is not capitalized Both names are underlined
Example Zea maize Corn
Why Scientific Names Many plants have more than one common name Universally understood
Example: Sanseveria trifasciata Common names Mother in laws tongue, Snake plant
Plant Families Related genus with similar flower structures Rosacea – rose family Malus – apple family
Taxonomist Scientists who identify and classify plants International rules International code of Binomial Nomenclature
How Plants Are Named Binomial Naming Linnaeus developed binomial system for naming plants consists of two names.
1 Plant Taxonomy Horticulture. 2 How Plants are named Most plants have more than one common name. For example The trout lily is also known as the tiger.
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