English Botanist

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List Of Biologists - W
... Herbert Waddell (1858–1919), Irish botanist Jeremy Wade (1960 - ) Writer and TV presenter with a special interest in rivers and freshwater fish ... Wagner (1920–2000), American botanist Göran Wahlenberg (1780–1851), Swedish naturalist Selman Waksman (1888–1973), American biochemist, winner of the 1952 Nobel Prize in Physiology or ... of bacteria Charles Waterton (1782–1865), English naturalist James D ...
List Of Biologists - S - Sa-So
... Joseph Sabine (1770–1837), English naturalist Julius von Sachs (1832–1897), German botanist Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire (1772–1844), French ... Smith (1805–1879), British entomologist James Edward Smith (1759–1828), English botanist (abbr ... Jacobus Smith (1867–1947), Dutch botanist (abbr ...
List Of Biologists - C
... Jean Cabanis (1816–1906), German ornithologist George Caley (1770–1829), English botanist Rudolf Jakob Camerarius (1665–1721), German botanist Frederick Campion Steward (1904–1993 ... de Candolle (1778–1841), Swiss botanist Philip Pearsall Carpenter (1819–1877), conchologist Alexis Carrel (1873–1944), French biologist and surgeon ... Washington Carver (1860–1943), American botanist John Cassin (1813–1869), American ornithologist Alexandre de Cassini (1781–1832), French botanist (abbr ...

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