General Systematic Bacteriology: History, Nomenclature, Groups of Bacteria

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Williams & Wilkins, 1925 - 597 sider

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Side 144 - The meaning of the expression "select the type" is to be rigidly construed. Mention of a species as an illustration or example of a genus does not constitute a selection of a type.
Side 143 - When in the original publication of a genus, one of the species is definitely designated as type, this species shall be accepted as type, regardless of any other considerations. (Type by original designation.) b.
Side 140 - Specific and subspecific names are subject to the same rules and recommendations, and from a nomenclatural standpoint they are coordinate, that is, they are of the same value.
Side 114 - The essential points in nomenclature are: (1) to aim at fixity of names; (2) to avoid or reject the use of forms and names which may cause error or ambiguity or throw science into confusion.
Side 140 - If the name is given as a dedication to one or several persons, the genitive is formed in accordance with the rules of Latin declination in case the name was employed and declined in Latin. Examples : plinii, aristotelis, victoris, antonii, elisabethae, petri (given name).
Side 136 - When a subgenus, a section, or a subsection passes as such into another genus, the name must be changed if there is already, in that genus, a group of the same rank, under the same name.
Side 144 - Species which were species inquirendae from the standpoint of the author of the generic name at the time of its publication.
Side 138 - The scientific names of animals must be words which are either Latin or Latinized, or considered and treated as such in case they are not of classic origin.

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