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    Botany (redirect from Botanist)
    or phytology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology. A botanist, plant scientist or phytologist is a scientist who specialises in this...
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  • The Botanist is a dry gin made by the Bruichladdich Distillery in Islay, Scotland. It is one of two gins made on the island and is known for its hand-foraged...
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    there. This was later changed to "Botanist Bay" and finally Botany Bay after the unique specimens retrieved by the botanists Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander...
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  • Hermann Müller may refer to: Hermann Müller (German botanist) (1829–1883), German botanist with whom Darwin corresponded Hermann Müller (cyclist) (born...
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  • This is an incomplete list of botanists by their author abbreviation, which is designed for citation with the botanical names or works that they have...
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  • His Majesty's Botanist is a member of the Royal household in Scotland. The office was created in 1699, and from 1768 until 1956 it was combined with the...
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  • Botanist is an American black metal band based in San Francisco. The band was founded by American musician Otrebor who formerly ran the online music magazine...
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  • The Botanist is a 2016 Canadian documentary short film, directed by Maude Plante-Husaruk and Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis. The film is a portrait of Raïmberdi...
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  • A botanist is a scientist specialized in botany. It may also mean: Botanist (liquor) Botanist (band) This disambiguation page lists articles associated...
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    handwriting). Thus the binomial name of the annual phlox (named after botanist Thomas Drummond) is now written as Phlox drummondii. Often, after a species...
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  • place of phylum), class, order, family, genus, and species. The Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus is regarded as the founder of the current system of taxonomy...
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    of the dendrological documentation team led by Zsolt Debreczy research botanist, he had worked in many leading institutes worldwide, including the Arnold...
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    Ethnobotany (redirect from Ethno-botanist)
    The idea of ethnobotany was first proposed by the early 20th century botanist John William Harshberger. While Harshberger did perform ethnobotanical...
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    William Forsyth (1737 – 25 July 1804) was a Scottish botanist. He was a royal head gardener and a founding member of the Royal Horticultural Society. A...
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  • Canada David Moore (botanist born 1808) (1808–1879), Scottish botanist David Moore (botanist born 1933) (1933–2013), English botanist David Moore (psychologist)...
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    from Hooker, the sections which are Jones's own show her to be "no mean botanist". Hooker's Handbook of the New Zealand Flora (1864) references the following...
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  • jazz drummer and composer William Jackson Hooker (1785–1865), English botanist and botanical illustrator William Hooker (botanical illustrator) (1779–1832)...
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  • The Chinese Botanist's Daughters (French: Les filles du botaniste, Chinese: 植物园, lit. "Botanic Garden") is a French and Canadian film, with the background...
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    after him by Frederick DuCane Godman. He also made contributions as a botanist, especially in the field of dendrology. His herbarium was bequeathed to...
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    intentional poisoning. In addition to identifying plant material, forensic botanists may also analyze soil samples for traces of plant material, which can...
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