Results for: Genus

In Taxonomy

What is a genus?

A genus is a low-level taxonomical rank that groups together closely-related species. These closely-related species have a common ancestor.
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is the genus?

Are you referring to the genus of a certain organism, or are you just referring to what a genus is? If you are referring to the definition of Genus, it is the second to the mo (MORE)
In Squid

What is the genus of a squid?

Squid is not a genus it is a Super Order. You are going to have to be a lot more specific to get a genus out of this classification. Superregnum: Eukaryota Regnum: Animal (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What is the genus of clams?

There are several different orders, families, geniuses, and speciesof clams. They belong to the kingdom Animalia, phylum Mollusca, andclass bivalvia.
In Turtles and Tortoises

What is the genus of a turtle?

Turtles are of the Order Testudines (turtles, tortoises and terrapins) Within that Order there are eleven different Families of turtles. Within each Family there is one or (MORE)
In Lions

What is the lion's genus?

The lion belongs to the genus Panthera which also includes the tiger, jaguar, and leopard.
In Genital Herpes

What genus is herpes?

Since viruses are not alive, they are not given a genus and species name. Herpes is called herpes.
In Tapeworms

What is the genus of the tapeworm?

The genus of tapeworm is Taenia. It is commonly abbreviated simply as T. when referring to one of the various species. There are over a thousand different species of tapeworm. (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is the genus of the bison?

There are two species of Bison in the genus Bison . The American Bison is Bison bison and the European Bison is Bison bonasus .
In Microbiology

What is the Bacillus genus?

The Bacillus genera are Gram positive rods. They are spore forming, facultatively anaerobic and are catalase positive.