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a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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Darwin's The Loves of the Plants provides more extensive uses of binomial nomenclature to make visual analogies.
The greatest contribution of Linnaeus to nomenclature was the development of the two-name system, or binomial nomenclature.
Amongst his most famous works are Systema Naturae (1735) and Species Plantarum (1753) in which binomial nomenclature was applied to plants for the first time.
Participating students have learned something about binomial nomenclature, are using the names of the eukaryotic kingdoms, and have been introduced to the organisms we will be studying throughout the semester.
The binomial nomenclature system developed by Linnaeus for classifying plants is also discussed and you will learn about the nine groups used for botanical classification.
Scientific and legal documents usually use binomial nomenclature (Latin nomenclature) when referring to plants.