What genus is the organism Homo Sapien in?
Scientists use a binomial convention in naming all organisms including humans. Binomial just means two names, the same as people have a first name (John) and last name (Doe).
In binomial convention the first name is the genus (Homo) and the second name is the species (sapien). Only the genus name gets a capital as the genus is a group of organisms which are all similar, the species name is special to just that organism, it doesn't get a capital. Both the genus and species names are normally printed in italics, when handwritten they are underlined.
the biological name for human beings is Homo Sapien Sapien. which can be translated into Hominid thinker thinker, to human thinker thinker, to human super thinker. Scientific naming conventions state that each animal must be assigned a genus and a species. This makes the human Homo. sapien, note the Genus (Homo) begins with a capital and the species (sapien) begins with lower case as is correct.
Genus is the first part of a binomial name, that groups together closely related species. Species is the second part of a binomial name, that is a group of living things that are so closely related, that they can breed with one another and produce offspring that can breed as well. You must include the genus and species when writing a binomial nomenclature. For example, you would write a humans like this: "Homo sapien" or…
In a scientific name, the organism's genus and specie are taken into account. The genus comes first and the first letter is capitalized. Often times, only the first letter of the genus is taken. The specie comes next and it is all lower cased. The scientific names are often times italicized. Ex: Homo sapienor H. sapien Where Homo is the genus and sapien is the specie.