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Englisch - Türkisch
(Askeri) parça ismi
adlar dizgisi
bilimsel adlandırma
{i} adlar dizini
{i} adlar dizgisi, adlandırma
{i} isimler
bir ilim veya fen dalına ait terimler
(Tıp) Bir bilim veya fen şubesine ait yahut bir şahıs veya zümre tarafından kullanılan terimler, terminoloi, nomenklatür
{i} terminoloji
terimler dizini
bilimsel terimler
(Hukuk) sınıflandırma
nomenclature of units for territorial statistics
(Avrupa Birliği) (NUTS) İstatistiki Bölge Birimleri Sınıflandırması
nomenclature plate
(Askeri) parça tanıtma plakası
binomial nomenclature
binom adlandırma
customs nomenclature
gümrük nomenklatürü
binary nomenclature
(Denizbilim) bineri nomenklatur
binary nomenclature
(Denizbilim) ikili isimlendirme
brussels tariff nomenclature
(Avrupa Birliği) Brüksel Tarife Nomanklatürü (gümrük tarifelerinin standart sınıflandırılması)
brussels tariff nomenclature
(Ticaret) brüksel tarife nomanklatörü
brussels tariff nomenclature
(Politika, Siyaset) brüksel tarife nomenklatürü
combined nomenclature
(Politika, Siyaset) birleşik nomenklatür
common customs tariff nomenclature
(Avrupa Birliği) ortak gümrük tarife nomenklatürü
equipment table nomenclature
standard equipment nomenclature list
standard nomenclature
(Askeri) STANDART İSİM: Kara Ordusu malzeme kalemlerinin tek düzen isimlendirilmesi usulü. Bunda; önce malzeme kalemine verilen isim veya isimlendirme safhası, sonra değişiklik unsurları normal konuşma sırasının aksine olarak, ifade edilir. (Tank, Orta, M49) bir standart isim örneğidir
standard nomenclature list
(Askeri) STANDART İSİM LİSTESİ: Malzemenin tarifi, tanınması için resmen verilmiş isimleri gösteren katalog. Bak. "adopted items of material"
Englisch - Englisch
A set of names or terms
A set of rules used for forming the names or terms in a particular field of arts or sciences

It is also pertinent to note that the current obvious decline in work on holarctic hepatics most surely reflects a current obsession with cataloging and with nomenclature of the organisms—as divorced from their study as living entities.

A name
{n} the act of naming, a vocabulary
and terminology promise to continue to be ongoing challenges as comparative genomics matures
The branch of taxonomy concerned with the assignment of names to taxonomic groups in agreement with published rules (See 422)
The term or terms applied to someone or something
a system of words used in a particular discipline; "legal terminology"; "the language of sociology"
A systematic way of naming chemical compounds
a system of names used for specific sciences, arts and other disciplines
(Syn terminology) classified system of technical or scientific names Also a list of approved terms for describing and recording observations
descriptive words
A body or system of names
The hierarchy of categories given to a species; includes kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
A system or arrangement of names
A hierarchy of terms which are used to place inventory items in a record The terminology defines categories, sub-categories, and types of articles
The system of naming things (e g organisms)
The nomenclature of a particular set of things is the system of naming those things. mistakes arising from ignorance of the nomenclature of woody plants. a system of naming things, especially in science nomenclature of (nomenclatura , from nomen ( NOMINAL) + calatus )
Code and descriptive name assigned by the government to items in the DoD supply system (i e : Truck Utility, 4x4, 1/4 Ton, M151A1)
The names or terms comprising a set or system
Standard system of naming plants and providing for the formation and use of the names Cultivated plants are named in accordance with the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants and the International Code for Botanical Nomenclature
The technical names used in any particular branch of science or art, or by any school or individual; as, the nomenclature of botany or of chemistry; the nomenclature of Lavoisier and his associates
A vocabulary, dictionary, or glossary
a system of names, or the rules by which a system of names is formed
a system of a naming compounds
{i} terminology; system of name classification in a specified field
the naming of biological units, such as species
A system to assign names to a given field
A particular naming convention agreed to by many individuals or scientists
A system of names, or naming, as applied to the subjects or study in any art or science, especially in botany and zoology (17)
indicates the propriatory names given to a particular drug
Linnaean nomenclature
The current taxonomic nomenclature in biology, as governed by the ICBN, ICZN and ICNB. This nomenclature accepts the work by Linnaeus as a starting point (except for specified groups and ranks)
binomial nomenclature
The scientific system of naming each species of organism with a Latinized name in two parts; the first is the genus, and is written with an initial capital letter; the second is some specific epithet that distinguishes the species within the genus. By convention, the whole name is typeset in italics. The genus part is often abbreviated to its initial letter e.g. H. sapiens for Homo sapiens
chemical nomenclature
The system for naming chemical compounds. There are two systems of chemical nomenclature:

Wikipedia article on the naming of inorganic compounds.

substitutive nomenclature
A system for naming organic compounds in which a functional group is used either as a prefix or a suffix to the name of a parent compound e.g. trinitrotoluene or benzenesulfonic acid
zoological nomenclature
The system of providing names for animals signifying their genus, species, order, class, and other categories of classification
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients
{i} INCI, system of names for cosmetics and chemicals and waxes and oils and other ingredients of soaps on the basis of scientific names and other Latin and English words (for example: the INCI Name for "Shea Butter" is "Butyrospermum Parkii"; the INCI Name for "Vitamin E" is "tocopherol")
binomial nomenclature
The scientific naming of species whereby each species receives a Latin or Latinized name of two parts, the first indicating the genus and the second being the specific epithet. For example, Juglans regia is the English walnut; Juglans nigra, the black walnut. System of naming organisms in which each organism is indicated by two words, the genus (capitalized) and species (lowercase) names, both written in italics. For example, the tea rose is Rosa odorata; the common horse is Equus caballus. The system was developed by Carolus Linnaeus in the mid 18th century. The number of binomial names proliferated as new species were established and more categories were formed, and by the late 19th century the nomenclature of many groups of organisms was confused. International committees in the fields of zoology, botany, bacteriology, and virology have since established rules to clarify the situation. See also taxonomy