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Excerpt from The Open Court, Vol. 23: A Monthly Magazine; October, 1909

Previous to the work of the great classifier, Linnaeus, it was quite customary to refer to plants by only one scientific name, but the scientist used his Latin jargon and said, Rosa, Malus, Salix, Acer, i... Læs mere

Excerpt from The Open Court, Vol. 23: A Monthly Magazine; October, 1909

Previous to the work of the great classifier, Linnaeus, it was quite ... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The Open Court, Vol. 23: A Monthly Magazine; October, 1909

Previous to the work of the great classifier, Linnaeus, it was quite customary to refer to plants by only one scientific name, but the scientist used his Latin jargon and said, Rosa, Malus, Salix, Acer, instead of rose, apple, willow, maple. What did the systematist mean by genus? Precisely what the word implied, kind. For is it not clearly stated that, on the third day of creation, God said, let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, i. E., after his genus (juxta genus suum) P Genera, therefore, were the units of creation, and this was the very general belief of systematists up to the time of Linnaeus.

The critical observation Of Linnaeus, however, soon detected that the genus-group was composed of smaller subdivisions; thus.

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