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  1. 1. ICBN BY KASTURI SANJAY THAKUR
  2. 2. What is Polynomial Nomenclature ? What is Binomial Nomenclature ?
  3. 3. HISTORY  Linnaeus used binomial Nomenclature for naming the new plants  He published book “Species Plantorum in 1753”  A.P. De Candole in 1813 “Theorie Elementaire de la Botanique ”  First international botanical congress held in Paris in 1867  American botanist were not satisfied with Paris code
  4. 4. Subsequent Meeting of IBC 1892 - Rochester code 1905- Vienna code 1907- American code 1910- Lawrence 1930- Cambridge congress 1983- Latest I.C.B.N Sydney Australia
  5. 5.  6 Principle  75 Rules  57 Recommendations
  6. 6. PRINCIPLES  Botanical nomenclature is independent of zoology nomenclature  The application of name of taxanomy groups is determined by means of the nomenclature types  The nomenclature taxanomic groups is based upon the priority of the publication  Each taxanomic group with a particular position and rank can only have one correct scientific name  The scientific name of taxanomic groups are treated or written in latin language  The rules of nomenclature are retroactive unless expressly limited
  7. 7. Important Rules of Nomenclature  Ranks and ending of Taxa  Principles of priority  Type method  Synonyms and related definitions  Citation of author  Names of cultivated plants  Latin diagnosis
  8. 8. Effective and valid publication Choice of names when the taxon rank is changed Choice of names when same rank taxa are united Retention of names of divided taxa Retention of names of taxa on transfer Rejection of names Name of different taxa
  9. 9. REFERENCE  V.N. NAIK
  10. 10. THANKYOU

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