Help! Introduction Biology?

R. R. Ronkin rronkin at cpcug.org
Thu Aug 24 18:49:08 EST 1995


I think these are all Linnaean species. If so, the proper form should be
Homo sapiens L. if Linnaeus's name for the species is still legitimate,
and Homo sapiens (L.)  if his description is recognized but the name has
since legally changed.  The rules follow the International Commission on
Zoological Nomenclature.  I don't understand the question marks in your
list.

Cheers,

Rafe
R.R. Ronkin
rronkin at cpcug.org



In article <41bg6i$11b5 at news.missouri.edu>,
Zongmin Zhou <c516565 at showme.missouri.edu> wrote:
>Hi net:
>	It sounds like an elementary question. Does anyone know who were the 
>first one classified the following species?
>
>Human (Homo sapiens)
>Dog (Canis familiaris)
>Cat (Felis catus)
>Cattle (Bos taurus) ?
>Sparrow (Passer domesticus) ?
>mouse (Mus musculus)
>
>and how to put those authorities after those species if you have to 
>mention once or twice in your paper?
>
>Thanks.
>
>






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