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tax·o·nom·ic

 (tăk′sə-nŏm′ĭk) also tax·o·nom·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to taxonomy: a taxonomic designation.

tax′o·nom′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.taxonomic - of or relating to taxonomy; "taxonomic relations"; "a taxonomic designation"
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
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The website calls itself the "home base for tracking the latest taxonomic changes to species and higher groups of mammals.
The taxonomic situation adopted by WoRMS also creates the following problem that should be corrected.
The taxonomic and classification of organisms is fundamental and important in human life and science [6,7].
ESC Marine Operations and Logistics Manager Dr Ibrahim Abdullatif Al-Maslamani noted that the new discovery will definitely lead to new research as it highlights shortcomings in the current taxonomic descriptive identification keys and species lists of the Leucosiidae family of crabs in the Arabian Gulf.
This description was missed in subsequent years by majority of authors dealing with the genus Chionomys, and taxonomic identity of the new species remains uncertain.
The organisms were identified in taxonomic groups (class, order and family) (CSIRO, 1991).
2001) though the subspecies taxonomic classification is controversial (Miththapala et al.
Clarke & Warwick's taxonomic diversity indices are appropriate tools to assess this facet of biodiversity, because they do not depend on sampling effort and take into account the taxonomic arrangement of species as a crude approximation of their evolutionary diversity (Warwick & Clarke 1995, Clarke & Warwick 1998).
We propose a pragmatic taxonomic model for systematic classification of all non-insulin glucose-lowering drugs, to help simplify understanding of these medications, and promote their rational use.
Critical of straightforward relativist approaches, Gregory Forth develops some opposing arguments against various authors writing on human/animal relations and taxonomic classification, particularly those who claim that folk knowledge systems are anti-taxonomic or lack natural taxonomies.
A taxonomically complete inventory of species, with good taxonomic resolution, is an advantageous feature that can be used in the analysis of species diversity and has great potential in setting conservation priorities, and support for environmental monitoring in forest areas (vane-Wright, Humphries, & Williams, 1991; Williams, Humphries, & vane-Wright, 1991; Warwick & Clarke, 1995, 1998; Clarke & Warwick, 1999).
It covers individual parasite descriptions and taxonomic status, with new chapters on helminthology, protozoology, and entomology in the first part, and updated chapters on the laboratory diagnosis of parasitism, antiparasitics, the epidemiology of parasitic diseases, and host resistance.