Linnaeus consolidated the use of binary (double) nomenclature in science to designate species.

Linnaeus consolidated the use of binary (double) nomenclature in science to designate species. What is the essence of the binary nomenclature?

1) the name of the species consists of two words – generic (noun) and specific (adjective);
2) the name of the species is given in Latin – the international language of all biologists.

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