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Jean Kickx (17 January 1803, Brussels 1864) was a Belgian botanist. His father, also known as Jean Kickx (1775–1831) was a botanist and mineralogist; his son Jean Jacques Kickx (1842–1887) was a professor of botany at the University of Ghent.

Jean Kickx (1803–1864)
Jean Kickx (1803–1864)

In 1830 he obtained his PhD at Leuven, later serving as a professor of botany in Brussels (1831–1835) and at the University of Ghent (1835–1864). He was a co-founder of the Société royale de botanique de Belgique.[1]

The mycological genus Kickxella (order Kickxellales) was named in his honor by Eugène Coumans.[1]


Published works


He was the author of a treatise on cryptogamic flora native to Flanders that was issued after his death by his son as Flore Cryptogamique des Flandre (1867).[2] In the field of malacology, he published Specimen inaugurale exhibens synopsin molluscorum Brabantiæ Australi indigenorum (with Francis Joseph Adelmann, 1830). Other noteworthy written works by Kickx include:

The standard author abbreviation J.Kickx f. is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.[4]

References


  1. Biodiversity Heritage Library Taxonomic literature : a selective guide to botanical publications
  2. Archive.org Flore cryptogamique des Flandres: Œuvre posthume de Jean Kickx
  3. WorldCat Search (publications)
  4. IPNI.  J.Kickx f.

На других языках


- [en] Jean Kickx

[ru] Кикс, Жан

Жан Кикс-младший (нидерл. Jean Kickx, 1803—1864) — бельгийский ботаник и малаколог.



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