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Chicago Botanic Garden
... classic physic garden with plants known historically to have medicinal uses. A large statue of Carolus Linnaeus, the renowned plant explorer and founder of binomical nomenclature, presides over the garden. Find out ...
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Chicago Botanic Garden - 26 Gardens - Sculpture
... Botanic Garden - 26 Gardens - Sculpture Sculpture in the Garden Canada Geese Caricia Carolus Linnaeus Composition in Stainless Steel #1 Guardian Pumpkin Sounding Sculpture The Sower Untitled Birds on ... A gift from Mr. and Mrs. John Stetson Carolus Linnaeus Robert Berks, American (b. 1922) Bronze, 1982 Heritage Garden This figure of Swedish physician Linnaeus (1701-1778) looms large in the history ...
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Cryptogamic Botany Company: What's cryptogamic botany?
... share a common trait but that are not necessarily close relatives of each other. When Carolus Linnaeus founded the basic system of classifying organisms in the mid-18th century, he used the ...
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Floridata: What's In a (Plant) Name?
... Carolus Linnaeus, the Swedish naturalist who first invented the binomial system of nomenclature in 1753. Linnaeus described and named the North American shrub, Myrica cerifera, also known as wax myrtle or bayberry. Professor Linnaeus ... transferred Virginia creeper to the genus Parthenocissus.) What were Linnaeus and Planchon thinking of? Linnaeus came up with quinquefolia from the Latin "quinque" ...
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Floridata: Torenia fournieri
... Africa and Asia. It was named by none other than the father of modern taxonomy, Carolus Linnaeus, for a contemporary Swedish clergyman, Olaf Toren. The specific epithet honors the French botanist Pierre ...
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CSSA Newsletters #16
... , Schlumbergera & Tephrocactus were technically described by this taxonomist: a. Antoine Lemaire (1800-1871) b. Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1777) c. Edgar Lamb (1905-1980) d. Louisa Bolus (1877-1970) 5. Genera ... . c. Nicholas E Brown. He described over 60 genera of 'other succulents'. 7. c. Carolus Linnaeus - in 1753. 8. a. Southeastern New Mexico & southwestern Texas south through the Chihuahuan Desert ...
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CSSA Newsletters #19
... Jaarsveld 8. The first written record concerning Haworthia appears to be that of: a. Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1777) c. Heinrich Oldenland (1663-1697) b. Jan Commelin (1629-1692) d. Johann ... drew and etched drawings in his own publication: "Hortu Elthamensis" in 2 volumes in 1732. Carolus Linnaeus was a Swedish nature researcher, physician & botanist who founded our 'modern binomial nomenclature system ...
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What does a name mean ?
... by a Swedish botanist called Carl von Linné. (His name is more commonly seen as Carolus Linnaeus, which is the latinised form of his name.) The system developed by von Linné is ...
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Fossil and Surface Pollen Data - WDC for Paleoclimatology
... > Subject: Body of message: SUBSCRIBE GPD-L [e.g. subscribe gpd-l Carolus Linnaeus] Free Pollen Database Software Visit NOAA Paleoclimatology Program's Free Software page to find out ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... woody materials such as straw. Linear - long and narrow with parallel or nearly parallel sides. Linnaeus - Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778) - a Swedish scientist who devised the binomial nomenclature used to identify every living ...
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