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Hunt Institute: Databases
... . Index to Binomials Cited in the First Edition of Linnaeus' Species Plantarum This index lists the binomials cited in the first edition of Carolus Linnaeus' Species Plantarum. The records in the database include ...
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Hunt Institute: News and Events
... process of digitizing our collection of the 186 dissertations that were defended by students of Carolus Linnaeus during the period 1743–1776. As the dissertations are digitized, they will be added as ...
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justgardeners.com
... , but more distantly to good old amaranth! The genus was named Dianthus ("divine flower") by Carolus Linnaeus, the great 18th century Swedish botanist, who knew a good thing when he saw it ...
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Cycas circinalis
... its inception, this was described as the single constituent species when the great Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus established the genus Cycas in 1753. He had, however, based his description on a ... increasing understanding of the systematics of the group since the time of Linnaeus' work. The other species covered by Linnaeus' description are now known as C. revoluta, separated by Thunberg in ...
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Tree of life proposal divides scientists (9/20/1999)
... Earth, a system invented 250 years ago by the Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus and a staple of textbooks to this day. It was ... and it's the heart and soul of biological classification. When Linnaeus began his ambitious work of classifying everything in the animal, ... type of living thing was thought to have been separately created. Linnaeus divided the animal and plant kingdoms into classes, and then ...
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Science -- Brown 285 (5430): 990
... blow to the foundation of their discipline: the 250-year-old system, designed by botanist Carolus Linnaeus, which groups species by the number and arrangement of their reproductive organs, the stamens and ...
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The Snowbells
... many dried and living specimens as well as field notes to Carolus Linnaeus in Sweden, who had set about cataloguing plants, classifying them, ... sense of it all. Dr. Garden was repeatedly frustrated with Linnaeus’ reluctance to accept the premise that the plants in what ... to both California and Europe. Can’t you just hear Linnaeus saying, “So there, Dr. Garden!”? S. officinalis actually prefers a dry ...
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Gardening Suggestions - Common Names
... as birds are categorized for convenient discussion, so are plants. The 18th century Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus, laid out the rules for botanical nomenclature, which are still used for plant ID in ...
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Lecture 1 Links
... things? Get a little bit of historical background on Linneaus by following this link to Carolus Linnaeus. How many kingdoms are there? Follow this link to look at the most recent information ...
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu

Carl Linnaeus (Carl von Linné) - PlantExplorers.com™
... Explorers > Carl Linnaeus > What's in a Name? Carl Linnaeus (Carl von Linné) What's in a Name? Carl Linnaeus Carolus Linnaeus Carl von Linné Carolus von Linnaeus The surname Linnaeus was the creation of Nils Ingemarsson, the father of Carl Linnaeus ...
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