Latin is the language of scientific names.
Greek and Latin are commonly used for scientific names.
Latin is used for the scientific names of plants and animals.
Latin is used to classify living things.
Only Latin is Used as binomial nomenclature for Scientific Names of species
It is a classic old-world language.
Latin or Greek
It is now used for that. But it is also used in Religious liturgy. And long ago it was the language of the Romans.
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Yes. Greek words are also used.
All scientists recognize this language.
LATIN : latin because the language is no longer used in conversation, and there for it does not change
Usually Greek or Latin, but the names can be whatever the scientist naming the animal wants.
Greek and Latin
Latin and greek are used in scientific names.
Another names that is often used when referring to the Enlightenment is The Age of Reason.
A computer language commonly used for scientific data processing is Fortran.
Latin is a universal language, used for scientific purposes. Taxonomists (people who classify and name animals) use latin because not everyone knows english, and that would be unfair to the rest of the world.
by the use of Scientific names.. the langguage that is being used is where whom discovered it.
The scientific name is used; in place of a common name, to convey the exact spices that is referring to. Without scientific names and only referring to common names animals can be confused among a group of people. ie. Indian Dwarf Puffer, Pee puffer, Malabar pufferfish, Pea pufferfish, pygmy pufferfish, BB puffer are all Carinotetraodon travancoricus.