genus

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  • Info In biology, a genus (plural: genera) is a taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of living and fossil organisms. more...
  • The genus cannot be nothing because nothing is not a class of everything.
  • This genus has the highest number of species among the white-eyes by far.
  • He is not one as a genus, which contains many species, is one.
  • Members of both genera can live for very long times without food or water.
  • The genus can be found all over the world.
  • Some species formerly included within this genus have now been placed in other genera.
  • Some species formerly included within this genus have now been placed in other genera.
  • It is the type species of its genus.
  • However, the term mouse can also be applied to species outside of this genus.
  • Within the same kingdom one generic name can apply to only one genus.
  • Two species in the genus are especially notable.
  • During the last century, seven genera have been included in the family at one time or another.
  • The fruit from this genus are commonly called the stone fruit.
  • Traditionally this genus included only the first three species listed.
  • The order is made up of two families which, between them, contain three genera.
  • The account is the most important early systematic treatment of the genus.
  • It might belong in this genus or a closely related one.
  • A number of field guides and other semi-technical books on the genus have been published.
  • The number g of tori involved is called the genus of the surface.
  • Six species are recognised, all either placed in a single genus or three genera.
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Meaning of genus

  • noun A general kind of something
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  • noun (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more species