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The binomial system (Also called binomial nomenclature or binominal nomenclature) is an internationally agreed formal system in which the scientific names of species of living things are made up of two parts showing the genus and the species, like calling humans Homo sapiens, both of which use Latin grammatical forms. These international codes are used by biologists worldwide.
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