systematic nomenclature

systematic nomenclature

[¦sis·tə‚mad·ik ′nō·mən‚klā·chər]
(chemistry)
A system for naming chemical compounds according to a specific set of rules, usually those developed by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.
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In A Systematic Nomenclature for Metamorphic Rocks, IUGS Subcommission on the Systematics of Metamorphic Rocks: Web version 01.02.07, www.bgs.ac.uk/scmr/docs/ papers/paper_10.pdf.
As a result, the brine shrimp Artemia is used in many aquaculture studies and for experimental models but its basic taxonomy is not considered by many authors resulting in taxonomical confusion (Table 1), with the mistakes and respective corrections about systematic nomenclature.
To track the different P450s identified by examining DNA gene sequences, researchers have developed a systematic nomenclature system.
The systematic nomenclature for wild-type rubella viruses developed in 2004 and 2005 is an important advance in virologic surveillance for rubella.

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