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... and allied families. Liverpool's botanic garden developed an unrivalled collection of living specimens under its first curator, John Shepherd, and Roscoe soon published a new classification of Monandrian plants in the Transactions of the Linnean...
...Lindley, John Royle, John Forbes John Forbes Royle was born in Cawnpore (now Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh), India on 20 May 1798 and died in Acton, Middlesex on 2 January 1858, apparently of a stroke. His father was a Scottish army officer...
...Herdman, William Abbott William Abbott Herdman was born in Edinburgh on 8 September 1858 and died of a heart attack in London on 21 July 1924. His first wife, Sarah Douglas of Edinburgh, died in 1886 only four years after their marriage...
... John and Asa Gray , A Flora of North America: Containing Abridged Descriptions of all Known Plants Growing North of Mexico; Arranged According to the Natural System , 2 vols (New York, 1838–43). Further Reading Beidleman R.G. , ‘Some...
... commitment to the study of natural history, especially botany.Smith's father, aware of his son's passion for botany, arranged for him to attend the University of Edinburgh, and in the autumn of 1781 he commenced his studies under John Hope,...