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

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Syntaxonomic and nomenclatural notes: De Foucault (1993) have 'described' a series of 'Les synusies arborescentes' under the following names:
Como en otras ocasiones, la propuesta nomenclatural linneana cobro validez a traves de la publicacion de Johann Hedwig: Bryum argenteum Hedw.
Lista de las especies de hepaticas encontradas en los cinco sustratos evaluados del PNM Robledales de Tipacoque (Revision nomenclatural de: Andean Bryophytes, http://tropicos.
Zulu's second basis for rejecting Africana Studies as a nomenclatural alternative is that "the term has its roots in a racist past, particularly apartheid South Africa, although most definitions of the word are linked to books, documents or the like relating to objects from or connected with Africa.
The difficulty is actually worse than this because there have been such a lot of nomenclatural changes in recent years that we often don't know what the current name of a species should be.
A revised circumscription for the Blakeeae (Melastomataceae) with associated nomenclatural adjustments.
At heart Dick was a dedicated taxonomist and he relished the detective aspects digging around in the old literature to check identifications and synonymies, comparing types and cited illustrations, following up loose ends and clarifying nomenclatural uncertainties.
The species described from Bangladesh (former East Pakistan) are not included here, several new combinations and new synonyms were proposed by subsequent authors; Dworakowska (1970, 1977a-c, 1979), Dworakowska and Viraktamath (1975, 1978), Dmitriev (2003 and onwards) and Dietrich and Dmitriev (2006); however, due to the several nomenclatural changes the group needs a substantial revision from the region.
Maria Luisa Lugo Acevedo notes the well-established ambiguity surrounding the name of Cervantes's famous protagonist and argues that, amidst this nomenclatural fragmentation, Don Quixote's constructed identity resides primarily in the subject pronoun "I," which is central to his famous statement "Yo se quien soy.
De acuerdo con lo expuesto por Martinez y Bonetto (1957: 3) y Mones y Kuhl (1991: 251), el hecho de coordinar ambos lenguajes (cientifico y popular), incluyendo en la medida de lo posible la variacion nomenclatural existente a escala geografica, puede ser provechoso desde distintas perspectivas.
But perhaps his greatest contribution was to the generations of botanists whose science he improved by freely providing plant identifications, patiently offering nomenclatural advice, and providing detailed and often extensive editorial help, through either formal or informal reviews of their papers.
However, this nomenclatural act was previously proposed in the work of Mariluis & Peris (1984: 82).
The nomenclatural status, ontogeny and morphology of Pholidoteuthis massae (Pfeffer, 1912) new comb (Cephalopoda: Pholidoteuthidae).
There was nothing else to call me once they started with Blakey, no point in any more nomenclatural naughtiness.