A taxonomic concept of law has two functions.
Following taxonomic conventions, genera and species are italicized.
Fast mapping of sequencing reads to taxonomic clades is a crucial step in metagenomics, which however raises computational challenges as the numbers of reads and of taxonomic clades increases.
A taxonomic profile is usually calculated at a single specific taxonomic rank H and aims at providing of the number of reads attributable to each of the taxa at the given rank (such as a Genus-level profile).
Classification systems vary in the way they categorize taxonomic groups.
Geographic factors have played a significant role at every level of taxonomic division.
Most were taxonomic works describing and classifying groups of both recent and fossil marine life.
Such networks are collections of nodes and directed (“is-a”) links representing taxonomic information.
An earlier classification considered these plants subgroups of the Spermatophyta, a taxonomic unit no longer generally considered valid.
According to this school of thought, taxonomic classifications should reflect exclusively, so far as possible, genealogical relationships.
At present, different taxonomic arrangements of lizard families can be found in a variety of books and research articles and on the Internet.
In 2016 the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group, an informal group of taxonomists from around the world, published their first taxonomic consensus known as PPG I.
Phylogenetic analyses have shown Lycoperdaceae to be a subgroup within Agaricaceae, though the group does not have a defined status in the taxonomic nomenclature.
As a result of such complicated taxonomic appraisal, the formal classification of Carnivora is in some ways an artificial system set up for the sake of convenience.
Some behaviours are so fixed that they can be used as taxonomic characteristics, whereas others are so pliable that completely new traditions can evolve within a few generations.
In the mid-1970s astronomers using information gathered from studies of colour, spectral reflectance, and albedo recognized that asteroids could be grouped into three broad taxonomic classes, designated C, S, and M.
In certain fern genera, such as spleenworts (Asplenium), wood ferns (Dryopteris), and holly ferns (Polystichum), hybridization between species (interspecific crossing) may be so frequent as to cause serious taxonomic problems.
According to the rules of nomenclature under the International Code of Nomenclature of Bacteria—the body that governs the naming of prokaryotes—valid taxa for bacteria extend from subspecies to class; taxonomic categories above class (e.g., phylum) are not considered valid.
Although the difficulty of taxonomic distinctions at this level was a well-recognized problem in the literature of the time, he subtly transforms this practical problem into a metaphysical ambiguity—the fuzziness of formal taxonomic distinctions is seen to imply a similar ambiguity of “natural” species boundaries.
Zooflagellate, any flagellate protozoan that is traditionally of the protozoan class Zoomastigophorea (sometimes called Zooflagellata), although recent classifications of this group have questioned the taxonomic usefulness of the term because some zooflagellates have been found to have photosynthetic capabilities and some phytoflagellates heterotrophic capabilities.
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Zooflagellate any flagellate protozoan that is traditionally of the protozoan class Zoomastigophorea sometimes called Zooflagellata although recent classifications of this group have questioned the taxonomic usefulness of the term because some zooflagellates have been found to have photosynthetic capabilities and some phytoflagellates heterotrophic capabilities