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A plant may have different names in different regions or the country of world. How do botanists solve this problem?



here is a need to standardise the naming of living organisms such that a particular organism is known by the same name all over the world. Botanists have solved this problem by setting international code for Botanical nomenclature (ICBN).
Scientific naming ensures that each organism has only single name in any part of the world. ICBN ensures that such name has not been used for any other organism. Each name consists of the generic name and the specific epithet. Such type of naming is known as binomial naming given by Carolus Linnaeus e.g., potato is known as Solanum tuberosum and mango has the scientific name Mangifera indica.

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