How To Use Linnaea In A Sentence

  • The use of Linnaean binomials (even in paleontology) conveys more information about the likely relationships of taxa than can the PhyloCode.
  • In the Linnaean taxonomy, everything is, to begin with, a member of a kingdom.
  • At Oxford University he developed a passion for botany, but finding no-one who could instruct him adequately, he hired a tutor who taught him the new Linnaean precepts.
  • In the adjoining mound area, I found Stella Rolph of the Salal Chapter caring for the transition outcropping site of mixed groundcovers, including kinnikinnik with the lovely Linnaea borealis intertwined freely and abundantly.
  • Darwin proposes that the nested hierarchy of Linnaean taxonomy is due to the nested hierarchy of descent. A Disclaimer for Behe?
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  • As already mentioned, the old Linnaean classification "Reptiles" is paraphyletic. About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'
  • Like much of Sweden, Uppsala is in the midst of a very Linnaean-spirited culinary trend that champions local foods such as cloudberries, chanterelle mushrooms, tangy Västerbotten cheese, and turbot with truffles. The Constant Gardener
  • Despite the fact that traces are not organisms the Linnaean binomial scheme is used to name them, but only to the level of ichnogenus and ichnospecies.
  • In the Linnaean system of classification, the generic status of a species is part of its binomial name, and it is therefore important that the classification at the level of genus is consistent at least in related groups of organisms.
  • The old Linnaean classification "Reptiles" is paraphyletic. About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'
  • The Linnaean system of binominal nomenclature has been agreed upon by scientists from every country and every language as the standard way to name and talk about animals.
  • When he took up the word aphis, first used by Linnaeus, he wrote to the Linnaean Society to ask its origin. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol V No 1
  • Fortune's documentary evidence ultimately changed tea's Linnaean classification.
  • The Linnaean classification Reptiles is marked in the blue and excludes Aves. A Disclaimer for Behe?
  • E.g. a fondness for Linnaean taxonomy in paleontology leads pretty rapidly to an acceptance of paraphyletic groups based on overall similarity, which then requires one to subjectively delineate the paraphyletic groups based on some fairly arbitrary “it looks like a pretty big difference to me” criterion. Creationist vs. creationist on Homo habilis - The Panda's Thumb
  • As already mentioned, the old Linnaean classification "Reptiles" is paraphyletic. About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'
  • E.g. evolutionary systematists prefer or accept overall similarity, ranked Linnaean taxonomy, gestalt/expertise recognition of ranks, paraphyletic groups, and treat species as a another, particularly real rank. Creationist vs. creationist on Homo habilis - The Panda's Thumb
  • The old Linnaean classification "Reptiles" is paraphyletic. About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'
  • In the context of relationships among cnidarian taxa assigned the Linnaean rank of class, Anthozoa may be perceived as basal.
  • During the summer of 1979 I continued my long-term investigation of the identity of the species of Conus proposed during the early decades of Linnaean binominal nomenclature, especially the first decade of the nineteenth century.
  • But the nature of quartz, and the basis of relationships among minerals in general, defies the required logic of causality for any system legitimately described in Linnaean binomial terms.
  • Strictly speaking, these four species, traditionally placed in their own monotypic Linnaean families, are just some among many living species of turtles and consequently should receive no special nomenclatural attention.
  • In assorted prose fragments on natural history and the Linnaean system he composed between 1823 and 1825, Clare compares Linnaean claims about female flowers to what he sees in plants and trees and concludes that some trees are "hermaphroditic," and thus do not propagate exclusively by way of a female reproductive organ (Clare Natural History 101-2, 108). Romantic Interiority and Cultural Objects

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