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Joseph Dalton Hooker

W. B. Turrill

Joseph Dalton Hooker

botanist, explorer and administrator

by W. B. Turrill

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Published by Nelson .
Written in English

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  • Hooker, J. D.

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    Statementby W.B. Turrill.
    SeriesBritish men of science
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19605112M

    By: Hooker, Joseph Dalton, - Ross, James Clark, Sir, - Great Britain. Admiralty - Royal Botanic Gardens, ://   Joseph Dalton Hooker by William Kilburn cjpg × ; 59 KB J.D. Hookerjpg × ; KB Joseph Dalton Hooker by George Richmond png 1, × 2,; MB:Joseph_Dalton_Hooker.

    Himalayan journals: or, Notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia mountains, &c. by Joseph Dalton Hooker (Book) 50 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Following in the footsteps of his father William Hooker, the first Director at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Joseph Dalton Hooker (–) was one of the most influential figures in Kew's history and has been described as ‘the greatest Victorian botanist’.

    The Rhododendrons of Sikkim? Himalaya? Being an Account, Botanical and Geographical of the Rhododendrons Recently Discovered in the Mountains of Eastern Himalaya from Drawings and Descriptions Made on the Spot during a Government Botanical Mission to Th de Hooker Joseph Dalton y una gran selección de libros, arte y artículos de colección disponible en :// 2 days ago  Joseph Dalton Hooker Most skilled at the science of herbs. He was born at Halesworth in Suffolk on 30th June , a son of Sir William Hooker, botany professor at Glasgow university, and his wife Maria (Turner). Educated in Glasgow he graduated as a doctor and sailed on an expedition to New Zealand and the Antarctic as a :// /commemorations/sir-joseph-dalton-hooker.


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Born: Jun Birthplace: Halesworth, Suffolk, England Died: Dec Location of death: Sunningdale, Berkshire, England Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Occupation: Botanist Nationality: England Executive summary: Genera Plantarum English botanist and traveller, second son of the famous botanist Sir William Jackson Hooker In Joseph Dalton Hooker () embarked on an expedition to Sikkim in the eastern Himalaya, a region where he would discover a huge number of botanical treasures previously unknown to the West.

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(Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new   Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ( – ) was a trailblazing botanist and explorer and Kew’s second Director. Detailing plant diversity and economic botany throughout his many expeditions, he remains an influential figure to modern botanical ://   达尔文 年 7 月 22 日 写给 Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker 的科学通信 My dear Hooker If my memory serves me rightly Dyer [William Turner Thiselton-Dyer, Assistant Director of Kew Gardens] has left Kew for his holidays, and so I write to you to ask you if by any chance you have seeds of Lathyrus aphaca or any young seedlings 2 or 3 of which could be   原作者简介:约瑟夫道尔顿胡克(Joseph Dalton Hooker,— 年),19 世纪英国著名探险家和植物学家,曾荣 获英国国家科学奖。他是植物地理学的创始人查尔斯.

达尔文(Charles Darwin,— 年)的挚友。 Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (), botanist and explorer, was born on 30 June at Halesworth, Suffolk, England, second son of the distinguished botanist, Sir William Jackson Hooker (), and his wife Maria Sarah, eldest daughter of Dawson Turner, banker and naturalist of. 作者: Hooker, Joseph Dalton 副标题: Containing Descriptions of All the Species of Flowering Plants Indigenous to the Island, and Notes on Their History, Distribution, and Uses: With an Atlas of Plates Illustrating Some of the More Interesting Species Vo 页数: ISBN: Title: Flora Tasmaniae Volume 3 of The Botany [of] the Antarctic Voyage of H.M.

Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror, in the Years Under the Command of Captain Sir ?id=Z7_PAAAAMAAJ. Joseph Dalton Hooker helped to change how scientists were seen - he made them more like the scientists we know today.

Joseph Dalton Hooker 30 June in Halesworth, Suffolk 10 December at his house ‘the Camp’ in Sunningdale. He is buried next to his father in the churchyard of St Anne’s Church, Kew?mtime=