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botanist

One skilled in botany, or versed in plant knowledge.
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Maryland Department of Natural Resources Botanist Rodney Bartgis was, therefore, stunned when he visited West Virginia's New River Gorge in 1983.
SCOTS botanists are to travel to the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan to present the king with the final volume in their 25-year study of the country's plants.
She plays the archetypal botanist, a wad of tape holding her glasses together and SPF 60 on her nose.
Botanists now believe Ashe erred when he described the site of his discovery.
The new venue is the company's fifth Botanist to open, marking the bar experts' expansion into the North East alongside other operations in Leeds, Manchester's Deansgate, Chester and Alderley Edge.
The botanist added that these plants are more tolerant of oil than any other but it is too soon to estimate how much oil is too much for the delta bulrushes.
No botanist in their right mind would have accepted abet that among the 38 families of Malpighiales, it would be the Euphorbiaceae;' says Susanne Renner, the systematist who directs the Munich Botanical Garden.
It seems that the rain and the burst of warm temperature we had in the last week was just the right combination to make the wildflowers go crazy,'' said Julie Christian, botanist with the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation area.
America's Curious Botanist is a welcome contribution to reference shelves concerning the history of science, and especially recommended for its insight into the life and works the determined and ever-inquisitive John Bartram.
Michael Liley, a botanist at the centre, explained that the rare plants had survived on the plot because it had escaped modern farming methods.
a 19th-century botanist, before presenting a concluding autobiographical third poem.
Botanist Tim Rich, from the National Museum of Wales, said, ``I was worried this species might have become extinct - a Welsh dodo.