Lotus - Botany


  • Lotus (plant), various botanical taxa
  • Lotus (genus)
  • Lotus Flower, Nelumbo nucifera

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Alexandre Boreau - Biography
... he enhanced his interest especially in botany, and he enrolled in courses and studied at the Botanical garden d' Angers ... now devotes himself especially to botany and research ... ones of this time, shared a passion for botany ...
Sydney Howard Vines - Education and Career
1886) and in 1895 published A Student’s Text-Book of Botany, and among the books he co-wrote are Science Lectures at South Kensington (1878), An Elementary Text-book of Botany (1880 ...
Botany, Glasgow
4°17′35″W / 55.890945°N 4.292944°W / 55.890945 -4.292944 Botany Botany OS grid reference NS567688 Council area Glasgow City Council Lieutenancy area Glasgow Country Scotland Sovereign state United ... houses, and many of its residents were expected to be deported to Botany Bay in Australia, then acting as a penal colony ... This reputation for being a rough area did not lessen over the years, with Botany (commonly referred to as 'The Butney' by local people) having many social problems of deprivation ...
Catt Hall - History
... Following this move, the building was renamed Botany Hall, then Old Botany Hall, after the Botany department moved to Bessey Hall in 1968 ... Although the building was condemned in 1966, Old Botany was partially occupied until spring of 1994 ...
Ludwig Adolph Timotheus Radlkofer
... Bavarian taxonomist and botanist, who was Professor of Botany at the University of Munich ... Radlkofer became a physician in 1854 and earned a PhD in botany at Jena the following year, becoming Professor of Botany in 1859 and deputy director of the botanical garden ...

Famous quotes containing the word botany:

    ...some sort of false logic has crept into our schools, for the people whom I have seen doing housework or cooking know nothing of botany or chemistry, and the people who know botany and chemistry do not cook or sweep. The conclusion seems to be, if one knows chemistry she must not cook or do housework.
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