• Taxonomy is why every scientist on Earth, regardless of his or her native tongue, knows that the name Homo sapiens refers to humans. (csicop.org)
  • However, the IUCN's Cat Specialist Group says more recent molecular analysis has detected only four distinct clusters, so the taxonomy of ocelots is under review. (livescience.com)
  • Distinct patterns of OROV strain clustered according to N, Gn, and large gene sequences, which suggests that each RNA segment had a different evolutionary history and that the classification in genotypes must consider the genetic information for all genetic segments. (cdc.gov)
  • One of the first things I teach in any of my paleontology classes is that taxonomy underpins nearly every subdiscipline of paleontology. (csicop.org)
  • Grefenstette 1993, Hearst and Schuetze 1993, Takunaga et al 1997, Lin 1998, Caraballo 1999) demonstrated that cooccurrence statistics on a target word is often sufficient for its automatical classification into one of numerous classes such as synsets of WordNet. (docplayer.net)