systema sys·te·ma (sĭ-stē'mə)
A complex of anatomical structures functionally related; a system.
Their "systema bibliothec collegii Parisiensis societatis Jesu," 1678, 4to.
This was evidently the shell so designated in the 'systema.'
Evidently this was identical with the M. senticosus of the 'systema.'
The species of the Museum was evidently distinct from that of the 'systema.'
Despite the name borrowed from Rumphius, the Vermetus gigas was the object defined in the tenth edition of the 'systema'.
Linnæus, in his “systema Naturæ,” hints at what Mr. Ellis advances more than once.
It had been suggested by Kuetzing in systema Algarum (p. 126).
By the advice and assistance of the last of these scholars, he published his systema Naturæ, in fourteen folio pages.
All the headings in this genus are similar to those in the 'systema'.
The second volume of the systema Naturæ contains an arrangement of all the species of vegetables known to Linnæus.