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botany in The Columbia Encyclopedia
Botany, microbiology, and zoology together compose the science of biology. ... See J. von Sachs, History of Botany (tr. 1890, repr. 1967);. ... Loomis, Botany (4th ed....
Botany in Illustrated Dictionary of Science, Andromeda
botany is one of the major divisions of Biology, embracing the morphology, physiology, Genetics, Ecology and0 Taxonomy of plants. ... Other specialists study the plant in relation to its...
Botany in Bloomsbury Guide to Human Thought
Botany (from Greek botane, ‘plant’) is the study of all aspects of living plants; the first acknowledged botanist was Aristotle's student Theophrastus (c.371-287 BCE). ... Botany led to...
botany in The Macmillan Encyclopedia
botany dates from the 4th century BC, with the studies of the ancient Greeks—notably Theophrastus, who is said to have founded the science, and Dioscorides Pedanius, who published one...
Botany in Science in the Enlightenment: An Encyclopedia
botany with medicine continued into the eighteenth century. ... (His only son, Adrien-Henri-Laurent de Jussieu [1797–1853], last of the botanical de Jussieus, was professor of botany at the...
botany in Britannica Concise Encyclopedia
botany traces back to the ancient Greco-Roman world but received its modern impetus in Europe in the 16th century, mainly through the work of physicians and herbalists, who began...
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