1. 3. The science of insects.
  2. 6. The science of growing vegetables.
  3. 9. A group of plants within a species that has one or more distinguishing characteristics.
  4. 10. The next rank after kingdom.
  5. 11. Nomenclature The formal, scientific naming of plants.
  6. 14. The highest (most general) rank of organisms.
  7. 17. Design/Architecture
  8. 18. The most specific major taxonomic rank.
  9. 20. The most general rank proposed by Linnaeus.
  10. 21. The science of caring for trees.
  1. 1. The science of growing and caring for flowering plants.
  2. 2. The science of growing fruit.
  3. 4. One level down from Order.
  4. 5. Epithet the second element in the Latin binomial name of a species, which follows the generic name and distinguishes the species from others in the same genus.
  5. 7. The science of naming, defining and classifying groups of biological organisms on the basis of shared characteristics.
  6. 8. Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Archaea, and Bacteria
  7. 10. Pathology The study of plant diseases and pathogens.
  8. 12. Is selected and cultivated by humans.
  9. 13. Forestry The care of a tree population in an urban setting.
  10. 15. Is more specific than class.
  11. 16. It is the first part of an organism’s scientific name using binomial nomenclature.
  12. 19. Propagation Is the process which grows new plants from a variety of sources: seeds, cuttings, and other plant parts.