Difference between revisions of "Genus"

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In [[biology]], a genus is a grouping in the [[Linnaean taxonomy]] of living things which includes one or more related species.
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In [[biology]], a '''genus''' is a grouping in the [[Linnaean taxonomy]] of living things which includes one or more related species.
  
 
See also [[Topology]].
 
See also [[Topology]].

Revision as of 18:45, 26 March 2008

In biology, a genus is a grouping in the Linnaean taxonomy of living things which includes one or more related species.

See also Topology.