nomen nudum In taxonomy, a name that, as originally published, fails to meet all of the mandatory requirements of the ICZN rules of nomenclature and thus has no status in the nomenclature, even if corrected.
More From encyclopedia.com
Correct , correct cor·rect / kəˈrekt/ • adj. free from error; in accordance with fact or truth. ∎ not mistaken in one's opinion or judgment; right. ∎ (of a thi… Correctional Officer Jobs , When it comes to finding careers that are in-demand, you’re likely to often come across available positions as a corrections officer. There are over… Status Epilepticus , Definition Status epilepticus is a term describing a state of continuous seizure activity. In the past, 30 minutes of continuing seizure or frequent… Social Structure , Until about 1920 the term status was most commonly used to refer to either the legally enforceable capacities and limitations of people or their rela… Status , status, social status There are two approaches to the concept of status in sociology. In its weak form, it simply means the position which a person o… Queensberry Rules , Queensberry Rules the standard rules of boxing, originally drawn up in 1867 to govern the sport in Britain, named after John Sholto Douglas (1844–190…
About this article
Updated About encyclopedia.com content Print Article
You Might Also Like