- Noun, 1. Carolus Linnaeus - Swedish botanist who proposed the modern system of biological nomenclature (1707-1778).
- Carolus Linnaeus
- Carolus Linnaeus. Carl Linnaeus is sometimes called the Father of Taxonomy.
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- Los métodos de estudio para los seres vivos se basan en el análisis y sistematización biológica impulsados por Carolus Linnaeus hace 2 siglos.
- Inventário de espécies da Terra
- O nome ea classificação de uma espécie ainda segue o esquema definido pelo taxonomista sueco Carolus Linnaeus (Carlos Lineu em português) há 253 anos (1758).
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- Carl Linnaeus was born in the village of Råshult in Småland, Sweden on 23 May 1707.
- Carl Linnaeus
- Biographical information on the "Father of Taxonomy" whose system for naming, ranking, and classifying organisms is still in use today.
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