Solution:Concept: Binomial nomenclature, also known as binomial nomenclature or binary nomenclature, is a formal method for naming species of living things that consists of Latin grammatical forms, however, they can also be derived from terms from other languages.
There are two different systems for naming plants and animals.
For plants, the scientific name is given with the morals of ICBN( International Code for Botanical title) also, for animals, the scientific name is allowed to be grounded on the rules and regulations of ICZN( International law for Zoological title). ICBN was first launched in 1930 by Hitchcock, Sprague and Green, but it was allowed in 1961. In 1975, during the 12th International Congress.
Hence, option 3 is the correct answer.