New approaches to bacterial speciation
Taxonomy is defined as the practice and science of classification of things or concepts, including the principles that underlie such classification.
In biology, taxonomy is the field of science that covers the description, identification, nomenclature and classification of organisms.
Linnaean taxonomy is the system devised by Carl Linnaeus, initially to systematically name plants. It led to the classification of kingdoms (e.g. animal, plant), which are then divided