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langs: 17 марта [ru] / march 17 [en] / 17. märz [de] / 17 mars [fr] / 17 marzo [it] / 17 de marzo [es]

days: march 14 / march 15 / march 16 / march 17 / march 18 / march 19 / march 20

Plant / Plant

#1 Torreya taxifolia

Torreya taxifolia , commonly known as Florida torreya or stinking-cedar , but also sometimes as Florida nutmeg or gopher wood , is an endangered subcanopy tree of the yew family , Taxaceae . It is native to only a small glacial refugium in the southeastern United States , at the state border region

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Researcher / Researcher

#1 Édouard Timbal-Lagrave

Édouard-Pierre-Marguerite Timbal-Lagrave (4 March 1819, Grisolles – 17 March 1888, Toulouse ) was a French pharmacist and botanist . He specialized in the flora of southwestern France, including the Pyrénées and Corbières Massif . [1] Édouard Timbal-Lagrave He studied chemistry and pharmacy in Toulo

#2 Pauline Kies

Pauline Kies (5 January 1918 Stellenbosch - 28 January 1999 Mossel Bay ) was a South African botanical illustrator and botanist best known for her works " Flowering Plants of the Southern Cape " (Still Bay Trust, 1986), and “ More Flowering Plants of the Southern Cape ” (1995) under the name 'Paulin

#3 Franz Körte

Heinrich Friedrich Franz Körte (17 March 1782 – 30 January 1845) was a German natural and agricultural scientist , and for thirty years Professor of Natural Sciences at the Agricultural Academy in Möglin , which was founded by Albrecht Daniel Thaer . [1]

#4 Charles Pickering (naturalist)

Charles Pickering (November 10, 1805 – March 17, 1878) was an American race scientist and naturalist . [1] Charles Pickering Born ( 1805-11-10 ) November 10, 1805 Susquehanna Depot , Pennsylvania Died March 17, 1878 (1878-03-17) (aged   72) Boston , Massachusetts Resting place Mount Auburn Cemetery

#5 Eduard Hackel

Eduard Hackel (17 March 1850, Haida, Bohemia – 2 February 1926, Attersee , Upper Austria) was an Austrian botanist. His father was a veterinarian in Haida (now Nový Bor ) in Bohemia. He was married and had one son. Austrian botanist Eduard Hackel Eduard Hackel Born 17 March 1850   ( 1850-03-17 ) Hai

#6 William H. Emory

William Hemsley Emory (September 7, 1811 – December 1, 1887) was a prominent American surveyor and civil engineer in the 19th century. As an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Topographical Engineers he specialized in mapping the United States border, including the Texas–Mexico border, and the Gadsde

#7 James Edward Smith

Sir James Edward Smith (2 December 1759 – 17 March 1828) was an English botanist and founder of the Linnean Society . [1] English botanist (1759-1828) This article is about the scientist. For the mayor of Toronto, see James Edward Smith (politician) . For the American murderer, see James Edward Smit

#8 Franz Xaver von Wulfen

Franz Xaver Freiherr von Wulfen (5 November 1728   – 17 March 1805) was an Austrian botanist, zoologist, mineralogist, alpinist, and Jesuit priest. He is credited with discovering the flowering plants Wulfenia carinthiaca , Saxifraga moschata , and Stellaria bulbosa . In 1845 the lead molybdate mine

#9 Marie Stopes

Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes (15 October 1880   – 2 October 1958) was a British author, palaeobotanist and campaigner for eugenics and women's rights . She made significant contributions to plant palaeontology and coal classification, and was the first female academic on the faculty of the Univ

#10 Rudolf Aderhold

Rudolf Ferdinand Theodor Aderhold (12 February 1865 in Frankenhausen – 17 March 1907 in Berlin-Dahlem ) was a German mycologist and pomologist . German mycologist (1865-1907) He obtained his education at the University of Berlin as a student of August Wilhelm Eichler and Simon Schwendener , and at t

#11 Ludwig Reichenbach

Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach (8 January 1793 – 17 March 1879) was a German botanist and ornithologist . It was he who first requested Leopold Blaschka to make a set of glass marine invertebrate models for scientific education and museum showcasing, the successful commission giving rise to th

#12 Helen Isobel Aston

Helen Isobel Aston (26 March 1934 – 17 March 2020 [1] ) was an Australian botanist [2] and ornithologist . Australian botanist (1934–2020) Helen Isobel Aston Born ( 1934-03-26 ) 26 March 1934 Narrandera, New South Wales , Australia Died 17 March 2020 (2020-03-17) (aged   85) Alma   mater University

#13 Friedrich August Marschall von Bieberstein

Baron Friedrich August Marschall von Bieberstein (30 July 1768 in Stuttgart – 28 June 1826 in Merefa ) was an early explorer of the flora and archeology of the southern portion of Imperial Russia , including the Caucasus and Novorossiya . He compiled the first comprehensive flora catalogue of the Cr

#14 Jean Louis Martin Castagne

Jean Louis Martin Castagne (11 November 1785, in Marseille – 17 March 1858, in Miramas ) was a French botanist and mycologist . He was born into a merchant family in Marseille, and as a young man he worked in the banking business in his hometown. In 1814 he relocated to Constantinople on behalf of f

#15 Ferdinand Bauer

Ferdinand Lucas Bauer (20 January 1760 – 17 March 1826) was an Austrian botanical illustrator who travelled on Matthew Flinders ' expedition to Australia. Doryanthes excelsa

#16 Ernest Mayer

Ernest Mayer (born 10 November 1920 in Zgornji Tuhinj , died 17 March 2009) was a Slovenian botanist Not to be confused with Ernst Mayr , Ernst Mayer , Ernst Meyer (disambiguation) , or Ernest May (disambiguation) . Slovenian botanist (1920-2009) He studied Biology at the University of Ljubljana and

#17 Maurice Beeli

Maurice Philippe Gaspard Beeli (21 October 1879, St-Gilles-lez-Bruxelles – 17 March 1957) was a Belgian mycologist . Belgian mycologist (1879-1957) For more than thirty years, being encouraged by Émile De Wildeman and Walter Robyns , successive directors of the National Botanic Garden of Belgium , h

#18 Marcel Bon

Marcel Bon (17 March 1925 – 11 May 2014) [1] was one of France's best known field mycologists. He was born in Picardy in 1925 and came to mycology through general botany , and pharmacology . [2] He lived at Saint-Valery-sur-Somme , a quaint little town on the mouth of the river Somme , in Picardy ,

#19 George C. Whipple

George Chandler Whipple (March 2, 1866 – November 27, 1924) was an American civil engineer and an expert in the field of sanitary microbiology. His career extended from 1889 to 1924 and he is best known as a co-founder of the Harvard School of Public Health . Whipple published some of the most impor

#20 Joseph Paxton

Sir Joseph Paxton (3 August 1803 – 8 June 1865) was an English gardener , architect, engineer and Member of Parliament, best known for designing the Crystal Palace and for cultivating the Cavendish banana , the most consumed banana in the Western world. English gardener, architect and Member of Parl

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Zoo / Zoo

#1 Developments at Zoo Basel

The Zoo Basel is constantly upgrading its infrastructure, but can hardly grow in area, as it is surrounded by the city of Basel , Switzerland , and, in the south, by Binningen . While most projects are upgrading older infrastructure and constructing multiple-animal exhibits, the zoo has plans to exp

#2 Zoo Basel

Zoo Basel is a non-profit zoo in the city of Basel , Switzerland . Its official name is Zoologischer Garten Basel — or in English: Basel Zoological Garden. Basel residents affectionately call it Zolli . [5] Its main entrance is just outside Basel's downtown strip of Steinen-Vorstadt and extends in t

#3 Memphis Zoo

The Memphis Zoo , located in Midtown, Memphis, Tennessee , United States, is home to more than 3,500 animals representing over 500 different species . Created in April 1906, the zoo has been a major tenant of Overton Park for more than 100 years. The land currently designated to the Memphis Zoo was

#4 Legoland Japan Resort

Legoland Japan Resort ( Japanese : レゴランド・ジャパン , Hepburn : Regorando Japan ) is a theme park in Nagoya , Japan. It opened on April 1, 2017. [1] It is the first Legoland theme park in Japan and the second in Asia , after Legoland Malaysia Resort , and the eighth worldwide. [2] The park was projected t

#5 British Columbia Wildlife Park

The British Columbia Wildlife Park is a 106-acre (43   ha) zoo located in Kamloops, British Columbia . Wildlife Park British Columbia Wildlife Park Date opened August 16, 1966 Location Kamloops , British Columbia , CAN Coordinates 50°39′14.41″N 120°4′49.69″W Land area 106 acres (43   ha) No. of spec

#6 Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo

The Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo is a privately owned zoo located on Whittington Avenue in Hot Springs, Arkansas . [2] Zoo in Arkansas, United States Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo Alligator farm circa 1924 Date opened 1902 [1] Location Hot Springs, Arkansas , United States Coord

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