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The first case of using two words as a scientific name _____. a)was introduced by John Ray b)was introduced during the c)Renaissance was introduced by the Greeks
B was introduced during the renaissance
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User: The first case of using two words as a scientific name _____. a)was introduced by John Ray b)was introduced during the c)Renaissance was introduced by the Greeks

Weegy: B was introduced during the renaissance
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User: The word which means to cut into two parts is _____. a)dichotomy b)morphology c)nomenclature

User: Research scientists use a standard practice called the _____ method to help them understand phenomena. a)theoretic b)scientific c)controlled d)inquiry





Weegy: The standard practice used by research scientists to help them understand phenomena is called the scientific method.
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