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The course title and number of credits are announced in the class schedule by the scheduling department. Homo is the genus, and sapiens the species. When writing the scientific name of an organism, it is proper to capitalize the first letter in the genus and put all of the species in lowercase. [60] Additionally, the entire term may be italicized or underlined. [61] The dominant classification system is called the Linnaean taxonomy. The mechanisms involved in the oxidation of fat to yield molecules capable of being used by the electron transport system will be discussed.

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