Origin of taxonomy
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I remember being included in a “slide-in,” where scientists shared slideshows and enthusiastically debated plant taxonomy.In praise of serendipity — and scientific obsession|Nancy Shute|November 6, 2020|Science News
Nevertheless, the degree of overlap of the ranges of variation is such that this ratio is of relatively little use taxonomically.
Birds breeding in Kansas are taxonomically, ecologically, and distributionally diverse.The Breeding Birds of Kansas|Richard F. Johnston
When "measuring" chipmunks taxonomically, it is necessary to use a "chipmunk scale" and not, for example, a "pocket-gopher scale."
Taxonomically the Genus Ammospiza has received the attention of ornithologists for more than a century.Comparative Breeding Behavior of Ammospiza caudacuta and A. maritima|Glen E. Woolfenden
The media in the countries in transition is taxonomically not dissimilar to its brethren in the West.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
British Dictionary definitions for taxonomy
- the branch of biology concerned with the classification of organisms into groups based on similarities of structure, origin, etc
- the practice of arranging organisms in this way
Derived forms of taxonomytaxonomic (ˌtæksəˈnɒmɪk) or taxonomical, adjectivetaxonomically, adverbtaxonomist or taxonomer, noun
Word Origin for taxonomy
Medical definitions for taxonomy
Other words from taxonomytax′o•nom′ic (-sə-nō′ĭk) null adj.
Scientific definitions for taxonomy
Cultural definitions for taxonomy
The classification of living things. (See Linnean classification.)