Taxa



noun
1.
plural of taxon.
noun, plural taxa
[tak-suh] /ˈtæk sə/ (Show IPA)
1.
a taxonomic category, as a species or genus.
noun (pl) taxa (ˈtæksə)
1.
(biology) any taxonomic group or rank

taxon tax·on (tāk’sŏn’)
n. pl. tax·a (tāk’sə)
A taxonomic category or group, such as a phylum, order, family, genus, or species.
taxon
(tāk’sŏn’)
Plural taxa
A taxonomic category or group, such as a phylum, order, family, genus, or species.

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