PhyloCode - Overview - Organization - Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  • Preface (including Literature Cited)
  • Preamble
  • Division I. Principles
  • Division II. Rules
    • Chapter I. Taxa (Arts. 1-3)
    • Chapter II. Publication (Arts. 4-5)
    • Chapter III. Names (Arts. 6-8)
    • Chapter IV. Clade Names (Arts. 9-11)
    • Chapter V. Selection of Established Names (Arts. 12-15)
    • Chapter VI. Provisions for Hybrids (Art. 16)
    • Chapter VII. Orthography (Arts. 17-18)
    • Chapter VIII. Authorship of Names (Art. 19)
    • Chapter IX. Citation of Authors and Registration Numbers (Art. 20)
    • Chapter X. Species Names (Art. 21)
    • Chapter XI. Governance (Art. 22)
  • Glossary
  • Tables
  • Appendices
    • Appendix A. Registration Procedures and Data Requirements
    • Appendix B. Code of Ethics

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