What is the scientific name for the whole body?
The body as a whole is called the human body, rather imaginative no? When you talk about a whole body as a disection specimin its called a cadaver.
One such word is "soma." Usually its stem form, "somato-," is used as part of an adjective, as in "somatic"--pertaining to the body.
the Scientific name for the human body is Homo sapien
What is the scientific name for Ongaonga Plant that is a new Zealand native and a beast that can kill you easily if your whole body touchers it for more than 7-10 seconds not just humans can die from?
Urtica Ferox is the scientific name.
The scientific name of an organism consists of the genus name and the scientific name. The genus name is capitalized, and the whole name is italicized. An example of a scientific name is Felis catus which is the scientific name of a domestic cat.
the scientific name for a cockroach is 'le sniffame body the scientific name for a cockroach is 'le sniffame body
the scientific name for lice is pediculus humanus capitis
The scientific name for biceps is Biceps Brachii.
The leaf of the plant has the same scientific name as the plant itself. Scientific names are given to organisms as a whole, so leaves, stems, varying appendages in animals, etc., do not have different scientific names than the organism as a whole.
The scientific name of the foot body part of a chicken is shanks. The hock connects the shank to the body and at the bottom of the shank is the toes.
the genus is Canis..... the whole scientific name is Canis Familiaris...... all breeds of domestic dogs have this scientific name...:)
It is a whole family, the elateridae.
The vertebral body of the vertebra is the scientific name for the middle. The spinal canal is anterior to it.
If you are referring to head lice, there is only one scientific name for head lice. Pediculus humanus capitis is the scientific name for head lice. The scientific name for body lice is Pediculus humanus humanus.
Panthera tigris tigris
There are many species of Riccia (which are a type of plants -liverworts). Riccia is actually the scientific name of the whole genus, in which there are at least 14 species.
The body! Lol get with it!!
a human body P.S really lol jk yah a human body
The patella is the scientific name for the whole knee.
The scientific name for 'fat' is Adipose. Our body contains the adipose tissue which contains the fat cells that are arranged in lobules
Anus is the scientific name. The Latin, medical name, for your anus is anus. It doesn't get much more scientific than that. This particular body organ, of profound influence, does not need further monikers. Anus.
The Blue Whale, Scientific name Balaenoptera musculus.
That depends on the body part, please be more specific. State which body part you want the scientific name for and I'm sure someone will oblige you. -Dragonheart91 upper arm
The answer is the fruiting body.
Munchausen syndrome is the most commonly accepted scientific name. It is also more generally called a factitious disorder, though this refers to a whole category of illnesses.
there are many scientific names for ringworm, what identifies the name is where it is found. ringworm of the body is Tinea corporis, this one is the most common.
Yes they are the same but apparatus is just a more scientific name for body.
Patella is the scientific name for the Kneecap Your patela is your kneecap. It is a bone in your body.
The patella is the scientific name for the knee cap.
Singular: Pilus Plural: Pili
Phlebotomy is the scientific name for taking blood from the body.
Glucose is the scientific name for blood sugar. Fructose is fruit sugar. Sucrose is plant sugar. When you eat fructose or sucrose, it turns to glucose in your body.
Canis familiaris is an obsolete term and the proper name is now Canis lupus familiaris. It is a subspecies of Canis lupus.
The sea elephant got its name by having a trunk for nose, and the body of a seal
The medical name for the neck is disambiguation. The neck is what distinguishes the head from the trunk of the human body.
Polio is derived from the whole name of poliomyelitis. polio=grey, myelon=spinal or nerve tissue, itis=inflammation.
for the whole mouse species it is (genus Mus) But different types of mouse vary in scientific names, eg. House mouse = (Mus Musculus)
There is no scientific name other than "thigh", which is in such common usage that it just doesn't sound very scientific, but it is. Note that the lower leg's scientific name is "crus". In anatomical terminology the "leg" is only that part of the body between the knee and the ankle and what we commonly called the leg is "the lower extremity".
These are your ear bones, the anvil, stirrup and hammer.
excretion? im not sure
The Latin term for ribs is costae.
The two advantages of using scientific names for organisms include their universality in the whole world since they are Latin, and no single organism can have more than one scientific name.
Mayana is a clinical research-based blend of three plant-based whole foods: 1. The seed of Salvia hispanica L - a plant in the mint family. 2. Organic, granulated lepidium meyenii - the maca root. 3. Whole grain brown rice protein (no scientific name for this).
Ribcage is the scientific name. The rib cage defines the thorax, or upper body, so the medical term for rib cage is 'thoracic cage'. (Thore -ASS-ik)
t is the name of the bones and muscle which work when you nod your head?
· jaw · jawbone · jugular vein
The scientific name for the whole group is Fungi. (The capital F is important.) However, there are many levels of scientific names covering the different taxonomic levels: kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species. For example, Fungi, Chytridiomycota, Chytridiomycetes, Chytridiales, Chytriomycetaceae, Chytriomyces hyalinus. Wikipedia is a good place to find the scientific name of a specific fungus.
Losing body temperature or low body temperature is called hypothermia. if the water was colder than your body, your body can rapidly lose heat.
Scientific names refer to whole organisms, not parts of them. Elms belong to the genus 'Ulmus' so that is the first part of the scientific name. There are several different species, such as the American elm, Ulmus americana, and the Field Elm, Ulmus minor.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alphabetical_list_of_extant_Elm_species_by_scientific_name
the Femur or the thigh bone it is about 19.9 inches!