Noun(1) a general kind of something(2) (biology
(1) The subject genus of physics, for example, is the class of cases in which bodies change their locations in space.(2) Both the genus and species name of this aggressive flycatcher are from the Latin word for tyrant.(3) The result is a genus of restaurant that is a sort of exotic greasy spoon.(4) Aristotle also points out that sometimes the hypothesis of the genus is omitted as too obvious.(5) In any case, one could see the common genus being post-retirement payment for work for an employer or like body.(6) The main genera of relativism can be distinguished according to the object they seek to relativize.(7) In addition, honeyeaters are known to forage on a range of plant families, genera and species at any one time, and do not rely on a single plant species for food.(8) The cephalochordates include only about twenty species of two genera of organisms commonly called amphioxus.(9) The three named genera of the family are apparently endemic to the southwestern North American craton.(10) The identification of two named genera in a single organism presents a taxonomic dilemma.
(1) genus :: genws
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2. division ::
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