kingdom and phylum
Lichens do not have a scientific name because they are not a single organism. They usually consist of a fungus and an algae.
The scientific binomial name of an organism consists of its genus and species name. For example: homo sapien is from the genus "homo" and is the species "sapien."
The scientific name of an organism both indicates exactly what organism is being referred to, and the evolutionary characteristics of that organism.
An organism's scientific name is based using two Latin words that describe distinctive traits about the organism.
It is the scientific name of the wolf
Yes, every organism has a two part scientific name.
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Each organism has a unique scientific name. They might physically look similar - but their scientific name identifies the individual organism.
Yogurt is not a living organism, and hence has no scientific name
Using latin words, scientists can classify an organism by genus and species to form a scientific name.
An organism's scientific name tell us what genus it is, and the second word tells us something about the organism like how it looks, or who found it.
I believe you are asking what the first word of an organism's scientific name is. If that is the case, the first word in an organism's scientific name is the organism's taxonomic genus.
Genus and species .
A lot of information can be linked to a scientific name, but principally the scientific name will tell you what genus an organism is in, and which species in that genus the organism represents.
What I can conclude about the classification taxa of an organism with the scientific name "Rana temporaria" is
they take it and they name it by the kind
Scientific name is the official name given to an organism on the basis of their characteristics. Scientific names are also known as Nomenclature. Their are normally written in bold italic language.