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  1. Botanists are scientists who study plants. (Web site)
  2. Botanists are good question askers .
  3. Botanists were excited in 1994 by the discovery of Australian flora's first "living fossil", the Wollemi Pine which dates back 150 million years. (Web site)
  4. Botanists were still employed and field work was still being undertaken, even if not on a grand scale but bryophytes were generally ignored. (Web site)


  1. A botanist is a person who studies plants. (Web site)
  2. A botanist is a scientist who studies plants.

Achille Richard

  1. Achille Richard was one of the botanical leaders of his time, and his books are even nowadays valued for their clarity and precision.

Agnes Arber

  1. The growth of comparative plant anatomy was spearheaded by a British botanist, Agnes Arber. (Web site)
  2. Inclui v--rias fotos de Agnes Arber. (Web site)
  3. Agnes Arber - Wikip--dia, a enciclop--dia livre Agnes Arber Origem: Wikip--dia, a enciclop--dia livre. (Web site)

Alice Eastwood

  1. In 1889 he met Alice Eastwood (1859-1953), a Denver school teacher, collecting in the Rockies. (Web site)
  2. Continuing the essay on Alice Eastwood, Curator of Botany at the California Academy of Sciences for more than 50 years . (Web site)

Allan Cunningham

  1. Allan Cunningham was a Botanist and Explorer, a botanical warrior, who played an important role in Colonial Australia's history.
  2. Allan Cunningham was one of Australia's foremost botanist explorers.
  3. Allan Cunningham was well educated at a Putney private school and then went into a solicitor's office. (Web site)

Archibald Menzies

  1. Archibald Menzies ( March 15, 1754 – February 15, 1842) was a Scottish physician and naturalist. (Web site)
  2. It was a specie from the Big Island called Vicia Menziesii, which was named in 1826 for Archibald Menzies, the botanist on Captain George Vancouver's ship. (Web site)

Asa Gray

  1. Asa Gray was revered in his time, and considered the giant of American science, with full international credibility and acclaim. (Web site)
  2. Asa Gray was the dominant force in botanical science in the United States throughout the mid-nineteenth century.

Augustine Henry

  1. Co-author with Augustine Henry of the great book Trees of Great Britain and Ireland.
  2. The garden history of Augustine Henry's plants, in S. Pim.

Austrian Botanists

  1. After the war he captained ships transporting Austrian botanists to the Indian Ocean and the Pacific.
  2. Articles in category "Austrian botanists" There are 8 articles in this category. (Web site)

Aylmer Bourke Lambert

  1. The species name is in honor of English botanist Aylmer Bourke Lambert, 1761-1842. (Web site)
  2. There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Aylmer Bourke Lambert. (Web site)
  3. Cattleya maxima Eventually, Ruiz and Pavon’s specimens were sold to Aylmer Bourke Lambert, an author of several horticultural and botanical books. (Web site)

Benjamin Alvord

  1. Benjamin Alvord (August 18, 1813 --- October 16, 1884) was an American soldier, mathematician, and botanist. (Web site)
  2. His son, Benjamin Alvord, Jr., became a soldier and was a general in World War I. (Web site)
  3. WASHINGTON, October 18, 1884 - Brigadier General Benjamin Alvord of the United States Army, died yesterday at his home in this city. (Web site)


  1. Boerhaave was appointed professor of medicine and botany in 1709. (Web site)
  2. Boerhaave was critical of his Netherlands contemporary, Baruch Spinoza, attacking him in a dissertation in 1668. (Web site)
  3. Boerhaave was critical of his Netherlands contemporary, Baruch Spinoza, attacking him in his dissertation in 1689. (Web site)

Carl Adolph Agardh

  1. Carl Adolph Agardh was one of the most prominent algologists of all time, he was born in Sweden on 23 January 1785 and died on 28 January 1859.
  2. Carl Adolph Agardh was one of the most prominent algologists of all time, he was born in Sweden on 23 January 1785 and died on 28th January 1859.

John Bartram

  1. John Bartram was America's first native botanist and has been called the greatest natural botanist of his time. (Web site)
  2. John Bartram was King George III's royal botanist in America so any discussion of colonial era plants quickly involves the Bartram name. (Web site)
  3. John Bartram was appointed by King George III as the official royal botanist to the American English colonies.
  4. John Bartram was our first native American botanist. (Web site)
  5. John Bartram was the first native American botanist.

Katherine Esau

  1. Katherine Esau was a well respected plant anatomist. (Web site)
  2. Katherine Esau is a gifted storyteller.
  3. Katherine Esau was a gifted lecturer and author as well as a brilliant scientist.
  4. Katherine Esau was born in Ukraine to a family of Mennonites of German descent.
  5. Katherine Esau was born in the Ukraine in 1898. (Web site)

Kew Gardens

  1. Kew Gardens is a leading center of botanical research, a training ground for professional gardeners and a visitor attraction.
  2. Kew Gardens is a leading centre of botanical research, a training ground for professional gardeners and a popular visitor attraction.
  3. Kew Gardens is a leading centre of botanical research, a training ground for professional gardeners and a visitor attraction. (Web site)
  4. Kew Gardens is also an arboretum, containing tree varieties . (Web site)


  1. Newberry was a MD as well as botanist and geologist. (Web site)
  2. Newberry was a strong devotee of the Torrey Botanical Club (and was to become its third president). (Web site)
  3. Newberry was an original member of the National Academy of Sciences.
  4. Newberry was born in Windsor, Connecticut in 1822. (Web site)

Shen Kuo

  1. Shen Kuo was an eminent scientist of the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127). (Web site)
  2. Shen Kuo was born in Qiantang (modern-day Hahngzou) in the year 1031.
  3. Shen Kuo was also awarded the honorary title of a State Foundation Viscount by Emperor Shenzong of Song (神宗; r.
  4. Shen Kuo was also awarded the honorary title of a State Foundation Viscount by Emperor Shenzong of Song (------; r.
  5. Shen Kuo was born in Qiantang (modern-day Hangzhou) in the year 1031.


  1. Theophrastus is also called 'father of botany' and can be regarded as the founder of ecology, too. (Web site)
  2. Theophrastus was a Greek philosopher of the Peripatetic school, and immediate successor of Aristotle in leadership of the Lyceum. (Web site)
  3. Having an absolutely abysmal knowledge of most scientific fields, the name "Theophrastus" meant absolutely nothing to me. (Web site)
  4. Theophrastus was born on Lesvos but studied in Athens at the Academy, which he then headed until his death. (Web site)
  5. Theophrastus was opposed to eating meat on the grounds that it robbed animals of life and was therefore unjust. (Web site)

William Bartram

  1. William Bartram was born near Philadelphia, the son of John Bartram, who was one of America---s first professional botanists.
  2. William Bartram was one of the foremost of the earliest generation of American writers on natural history and travel. (Web site)
  3. William Bartram was at his niece, Mrs. (Web site)
  4. William Bartram was never married, probably due to an unsuccessful love affair with his cousin Mary. (Web site)
  5. William Bartram was one of those rare individuals who combined extensive scientific knowledge with a talent for getting along with people wherever he went. (Web site)

Adolf Engler

  1. His baptismal name, under which he is registered, at IPNI is "Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler".
  2. Schott was followed by the even more prodigious worker, Adolf Engler, who was born in 1844 [see biography by Diels (1931)]. (Web site)


  1. Afzelius was born at Larv in V--sterg--tland in 1750. (Web site)
  2. Afzelius was born at Larv in Westrogothia in 1750.
  3. Afzelius was born at Larv in Westrogothia.

Alan Mitchell

  1. Alan Mitchell is a corporate finance recruitment specialist with a leading finance and banking recruitment consultancy service.
  2. Alan Mitchell is a specialist corporate finance recruitment consultancy.

Alex George

  1. This is an incomplete list of books, chapters and journal articles authored or co-authored by Alex George.
  2. In 1981, Alex George published a thorough revision of Banksia in his classic monograph The genus Banksia L.f.
  3. Bentham's arrangement stood for over a hundred years, eventually being replaced in 1996 by the arrangement of Alex George.

Anthea Phillipps

  1. Anthea Phillipps was brought up in Sabah in a family of keen naturalists.

Anthony Lamb

  1. Anthony Lamb was born in 1703 and died in New York in 1784.
  2. Anthony Lamb was the eldest son of John Lamb.

Antoine De Jussieu

  1. He returned to France in 1795 and visited Antoine de Jussieu at the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle to suggest a botanical voyage to the Caribbean.
  2. Bernard de Jussieu ( August 17, 1699 - November 6, 1777) was a French naturalist, younger brother of Antoine de Jussieu.

Antoine Laurent De Jussieu

  1. In Paris he studied chemistry in the lectures of Antoine Lavoisier and Antoine Fran--ois, comte de Fourcroy and botany with Antoine Laurent de Jussieu.
  2. This arrangement is printed in his nephew Antoine Laurent de Jussieu 's Genera plantarum, and formed the basis of that work.

Arthur Cronquist

  1. Arthur Cronquist is one such. (Web site)
  2. Arthur Cronquist was born on March 19, 1919 in San Jose, California, but he grew up outside of Portland, Oregon as well as in Pocatello, Idaho. (Web site)
  3. Arthur Cronquist was known for his towering physical stature, tall tales, and congeniality as well as for his commanding position as a botanist and educator. (Web site)


  1. Baker was an oarsman in his youth and was always much interested in cricket and racing; he was for many years chairman of the jockey Club at Morphetville. (Web site)
  2. Baker was born in Woolwich , England , son of Richard Thomas Baker, a blacksmith, and his wife Sarah, n--e Colkett.


  1. Banksia is a valid botanic name for a subgenus of Banksia.
  2. Banksia was redefined as containing the species lacking spoon-shaped cotyledons.


  1. Barker was held in the highest regard by Sturt and his fellow officers. (Web site)
  2. Barker was six feet five in height, dignified and scholarly in appearance. (Web site)


  1. Baudin was born in Saint-Martin-de-R-- on the Ile de R--.
  2. Baudin was born on the Ile de R-. (Web site)

Beatrix Potter

  1. Beatrix Potter was an English author and illustrator.
  2. Beatrix Potter was born in South Kensington, London, as the only daughter of Rupert Potter, a wealthy rentier. (Web site)

Benjamin Smith Barton

  1. Benjamin Smith Barton was perhaps Jefferson's greatest hope for leading the American team to eminence.

Bernard De Jussieu

  1. Bernard de Jussieu was born in Lyon.


  1. Blyth was born in London in 1810. (Web site)
  2. Blyth was the son of a clothier and he initially worked as a druggist but quit in 1837 to seek a living as an author and editor. (Web site)


  1. Brewer was a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
  2. Brewer was born on a farm at Poughkeepsie, NY on Sept. (Web site)
  3. Brewer was born on a farm at Poughkeepsie, New York on September 14, 1828. (Web site)

British Botanists

  1. British botanists are about to toast the tree that came back from the dead.


  1. Burbank was an honorary member of leading scientific societies all over the world. (Web site)
  2. Burbank was born on March 7, 1849, in Lancaster, Mass., the son of a farmer and maker of brick and pottery. (Web site)
  3. Burbank was brought up on a farm in Lancaster, Massachusetts, and received only an elementary education. (Web site)


  1. The Cape is the area of greatest diversity and most of its species are confined to the region. (Web site)
  2. The Cape was reached on 30 October, and on 22 November a course was set for the Antarctic regions. (Web site)

Carl Correns

  1. Hugo de Vries, Carl Correns, and Erich Tschermak praised Mendel's research and achieved similar results in their own studies. (Web site)
  2. Erich Tschermak, Hugo de Vries, and Carl Correns independently verified several of Mendel's experimental findings, and the age of "genetics was" born.
  3. In 1900, his work was finally rediscovered by Hugo de Vries, Carl Correns and Erich von Tschermak. (Web site)

Carl Epling

  1. However, Salvia divinorum was named by the botanist Carl Epling, who probably had a better handle on Latin than Albert Hofmann. (Web site)
  2. Upon returning to the United States, Wasson and Hofmann gave one of the specimens to Carl Epling, an expert in the genus Salvia. (Web site)

Carl Linnaeus

  1. Carl Linnaeus - the first to relate the human being to apes.
  2. Carl Linnaeus was born at Stenbrohult , in the province of Smalandia in southern Sweden. (Web site)
  3. Carl Linnaeus was born in Råshult parish in the southern Swedish province of Småland on 23 May 1707.
  4. Carl Linnaeus was born on May 23, 1707, in Ra--shult, the eldest of five children. (Web site)
  5. Carl Linnaeus was born on a farm in May 23 1707.

Carole Meredith

  1. Carole Meredith is the University of California at Davis geneticist who pionered the use of DNA typing to differentiate between vinifera grape varieties. (Web site)
  2. To help answer this question, we spoke with Carole Meredith, professor emeritus at University of California, Davis.


  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  2. Regional > Oceania > Australia > Queensland > Localities > C > Cooktown. (Web site)
  3. Science > Biology > Genetics > History > People > Mendel, Gregor. (Web site)
  4. Science > Biology > Mycology > Lichens. (Web site)
  5. Home > Gardening > Plants > P > Penstemon. (Web site)

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