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Principles of Crop Science 1
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Classification of Crops 1. Botanical Systems Systematic or Taxonomy – is an organized system for descriptive classification of plants Nomenclature – is a system of assigning names to plants *Science of plant taxonomy is coordinated by the International Board of Plant Nomenclature
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Classification of Crops Plantae Magnoliophyta Liliopsida (monocot) Rosales Poaceae Oriza Sativa NSIC-Ri-2 Kingdom Division Class Order Family Genus Species Variety Plantae Magnoliophyta* Magnoliopsida (dicot) Rosales Fabaceae Glycine Max CLSoy-1 Table 1. Examples of scientific classification of plants
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Classification of Crops Kingdom – is the most inclusive Species – is the least inclusive *Taxon (plural is Taxa) – each group of scientific classification of plants Binomial system of nomenclature – system of naming of organism by Carolus Linneaus - Each plant has two word name, genus and species
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Classification of Crops Scientific name – two word name, first or genus name is followed by a descriptive or species name - Usually a third name is a place after the species to give authority who named the plant - Latin language is use in naming plants - Sometimes, names given reflect specific plant attribute or use of the plant
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Classification of Crops 1. Botanical Systems A. Growth Duration a. Annual Plant – their life is completed in one growing season (eg. Rice, Tomato, Squash, Corn) b. Biennial – these plants complete their life cycle in two growing seasons (eg. Sugar beet grows in the first season. In
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