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grandis word in the phrase, Tectona grandis must be written with a small g because it is an adjective. Small g is written in all versions of this article. --Jirik (تبادلۂ خیالشراکتیں) 06:16, 14 اپریل 2016 (م ع و)

Thank you for reminding me a rule that, Do not capitalize common nouns and adjectives used in place of proper nouns and adjectives[1] probably in the sentence or in the running matter. Since the undersigned thought the rule is not for the title, .had done the change. Generally in titles Caps look good. Rest is as you wish. Nice to intreract with you--Drcenjary (تبادلۂ خیالشراکتیں) 07:37, 14 اپریل 2016 (م ع و)
In modern usage, the first letter of the first part of the name, the genus, is always capitalized in writing, while that of the second part is not, even when derived from a proper noun such as the name of a person or place. Similarly, both parts are italicized when a binomial name occurs in normal text. Thus the binomial name of the annual phlox (named after botanist Thomas Drummond) is now written as Phlox drummondii.

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Rest is as you wish. Nice to intreract with you --Jirik (تبادلۂ خیالشراکتیں) 08:43, 14 اپریل 2016 (م ع و)

حوالہ جات[ترمیم]

  1. Prentice-Hall, Handbook for Writers, Ninth Edition, Page178