Botanical Code

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Cultivated Plant Taxonomy - Distinctive Characteristics
... This is alluded to by the Cultivated Plant Code which specifies in its title that it is dealing with cultivated plants ... is indicated in Principle 2 of the Cultivated Plant Code which defines the scope of the Code as ".. ... categories that do not conform with the hierarchy of ranks implicit in the Botanical Code, these categories being the cultivar, Group and grex (which are only ...
Cultivated Plant Taxonomy - Historical Development - 1900 To 1950 – The Botanical Code and Cultigen Nomenclature
... submitted in 1867 to the fourth Horticultural and Botanical Congress by Swiss botanist Alphonse de Candolle who, in Article 40 stated This Article, making provision for the ... In 1900 there was the first International Botanical Congress and in 1905 at the second Congress in Vienna an agreed set of nomenclatural rules was established, the Vienna Rules, which became ... After World War II the responsibility for the Botanical Code was taken up by the International Association for Plant Taxonomy and meetings to discuss revisions are held at six-yearly intervals, the latest being ...
Author Citation (botany) - Other Indications
... sp.)" and "(pro hybr.)", see Article 50 of the botanical Code), and more ... Some specific examples given in Recommendations 50A-F of the botanical Code include Carex bebbii Olney, nomen nudum (alternatively nom ... of a later usage) and placed on the list of rejected names forming an appendix to the botanical Code (the alternative name conserved over the rejected name would be cited as "nom ...

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