The Dillenian Herbaria an account of the Dillenian Collections in the Herbarium of the University of Oxford... by George Claridge Druce

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Preacher's Rage (Paperback or Softback). The Dillenian Herbaria.-The herbarium of the University of Oxford contains some collections of great historical interest, among which those of DIL- LENIUS (iI), the first "Sherardian" professor of botany, are conspicuous.

An account of the Dillenian herbaria has just been published, together with a. The Dillenian Herbaria (, by George Claridge Druce) " Johann Jakob Dillen," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the The Dillenian Herbaria book died at least years ago.

Dillenius' herbarium, books and manuscripts were purchased by the second Sherardian Professor of Botany, Humphrey Sibthorp () and are now part of the collection in the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford. The Dillenian Herbaria: An Account of the Dillenian Collections in the Herbarium of the University of Oxford, Together with a Biographical Ske av George Claridge Druce, Johann Jakob Dillenius häftad,Engelska, ISBN The Dillenian herbarium is preserved at the Botany School, University of Oxford.

Dillenius’ MSS are in the Sherard Collection in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. There is a portrait of Dillenius holding a drawing of Amaryllis formosissima in the Radcliffe Science Library, Oxford, and a copy of it in the Botany School, Oxford. Inat the instance of the botanist William Sherard, he moved to England.

In Dillenius was appointed Sherardian professor of botany at Oxford, in accordance with the will of Sherard, who at his death in left the university £ for the endowment of the chair, as well as his library and herbarium, Alma mater: University of Giessen.

The pipeline emphasizes herbaria directly associated with the Bobarts (Hortus Siccus, Bobart the Elder’s Herbarium and the Morisonian Herbarium) or which were potentially contributed to by them (Sherardian, Dillenian and Dubois Herbaria); particular attention was paid to specimens labelled by either of the Bobarts, usually the : Stephen A Harris.

© Herbaria, LLC. Marconi Avenue, St. Louis, MO () or. Linnaeus 's herbarium now belongs to the Linnean Society in England. Specimens housed in herbaria may be used to catalogue or identify the flora of an area. A large collection from a single area is used in writing a field guide or manual to aid in the identification of plants that grow there.

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However, Druce’s influence remains, whether it is the arrangement of the Fielding herbarium, the academic work he undertook on the Dillenian and Morisonian herbaria or the money that he left to ensure the continued curation of the collections that occupied so much of his life.

The Herbarium of John Sibthorp (Professor ) consists of the plants collected by him during his journeys to the mainland and islands of Greece during the years and An account of the journeys is given in the biography of Sibthorp which was written by Sir James Smith for Rees' Cyclopaedia.

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George Claridge, and Vines, S.H., The Dillenian Herbaria. An Account of the Dillenian Collections in the Herbarium of the University of Oxford. An Elementary Text-book of Botany: From the German of Dr. Prantl (), The Dillenian Herbaria, ().

The standard author abbreviation Vines is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. Druce, G. The Dillenian Herbaria together with a biographical sketch of Dillenius, selections from his correspondence, etc.

Flower, Sir William Henry. An Introduction to the Osteology of the Mammalia. ——Essays on Museums and other subjects connected with natural history. Forbes, Edward. Society, and contained dozens of books on natural science, from 17th century classics such as Tournefort's Elemens de botanique to Dillenius's Historia Muscorum (in sheets); it also included a bound 16 volume herbarium (McLean ).

Maintained in the Petre family until the 19th century, the herbarium was purchased by Adolph Sutro in : Index Herbariorum: Part 1: The Herbaria of the World (Regnum Vegetabile, Vol.

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F.L.S. Department of Botany, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD The Dillenian Herbaria. Oxford: a Book of British Simples. London:Cited by:   This paper addresses early modern botanical nomenclature, the practices of identifying and publishing synonyms in particular, as a collaborative “information science”.

Before Linnaean nomenclature became the lingua franca of botany, it was inevitable that, over time, the same plant was given several names by different people, which created confusion and made Author: Bettina Dietz.

(), The Dillenian Herbaria of John Jacob Dillenius () and The Sibthorpian Herbarium of John Sibthorp (). These herbaria were recently filmed at the Department of Plant Sciences of the University of Oxford.

The approximat specimens in these herbaria are from many parts of the world. IDC's complete collection. Books were selected to show the advance made in plant classifica­ tion; the desire to enumerate all known species of plants and to illustrate a wide selection of them.

These works by Morison, Ray, Tournefort, Petiver, Plukenet and Dillenius were frequently cited by Linnaeus, and the Sloane, Sherardian and Dillenian herbaria, therefore. Some confusion exists regarding the application of the name Aloe ×nobilis Haw.

to what is arguably the most widely cultivated, named Aloe L. hybrid in Mediterranean Europe. We show that the name is to be applied to a low-growing, multi-rosette hybrid that likely originated in Europe and does not occur naturally in South Africa.

The name Aloe ×nobilis Haw. is neotypified with a Cited by: 1. His manuscripts, books and collections of dried plants, with many drawings, were bought by his successor at Oxford, Dr Humphry Sibthorp (), and ultimately passed into the possession of the university.

For an account of his collections preserved at Oxford, see The Dillenian Herbaria, by G. Claridge Druce (Oxford, ).

His manuscripts, books and collections of dried plants, with many drawings, were bought by his successor at Oxford, Dr Humphry Sibthorp (), and ultimately passed into the possession of the university. For an account of his collections preserved at Oxford, see The Dillenian Herbaria, by G.

Claridge Druce (Oxford. InDruce helped to found the Ashmolean Natural History Society of Oxfordshire, originally established as the Ashmolean Society in It was merged with the Oxfordshire Natural History Society by Druce in Inhe published The Flora of Oxfordshire, in The Flora of Berkshire, in The Flora of Buckinghamshire and in The Flora of West Ross.

He was Born: 23 MayPotterspury, Northamptonshire. Oxford University Herbaria. The majority of the University's botanical collections are united as Oxford University Herbaria. The Herbaria is an Accredited Museum. Oxford University Herbaria had its origins in the mid-seventeenth century with the foundation of the Oxford Physic Garden.

The Dillenian herbaria. - Flora comitalis britannicae: Flora of Berkshire: The flora of West Ross: with introductory sketches of the topography and climate and also biographical notices of those who have contributed to the flora since Flora Zetlandica: The Foundation of the Oxford Botanic Garden and its Tercentenary: The Genus Melampyrum L.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. His manuscripts, books and collections of dried plants, with many drawings, were bought by his successor at Oxford, Dr.

Humphrey Sibthorp (), and ultimately passed into the possession of Oxford University. For an account of his collections preserved at Oxford, see The Dillenian Herbaria, by G.

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Herbaria Kräuterparadies - Hagnbergstraße 12, Fischbachau - Rated based on 58 Reviews "EXCELENT PRODUCTS"/5(58). Sydney Howard Vines, född den 31 december i Ealing, död den 4 april i Exmouth, var en brittisk botanist.

Auktorsnamnet Vines kan användas för Sydney Howard Vines i samband med ett vetenskapligt namn inom botaniken; se Wikipedia-artiklar som länkar till auktorsnamnet.

Vines studerade vid Christ's College i Cambridge, där han avlade sina examina och blev Bachelor of. Material from the “Prins Carl” voyage was also dispersed to several other herbaria apart from LINN, notably C, E, H, LD, S and UPS (STAFLEU & COWAN ).

Nomenclature Lichen chinensis Linnaeus described many of Osbeck’s plants as new to. Portrait of Druce in his aldermanic robes (on wall of Council Chamber in Oxford's Town Hall) George Claridge Druce was born in Northamptonshire at Old Stratford, Cosgrove, near Potterspury on 23 May He was the illegitimate son of Jane Druce (who was born at Woughton-on-the-Green, Buckinghamshire in ).

His father is very likely to have been. Margate. Their book itemised Fucus serratus, F. vesiculosus (see Figure 1C), Halidrys Museum (BM; Figures 1A,B) and the Dillenian and Sherardian Herbaria at Oxford, The.

The., English Nature Research Reports, A. 7 English Nature Research Reports.Vaucheria types in the Dillenian herbaria. British Phycological Bulletin 3: – Reference page.

Christensen, T. Annotations to a textbook of phycology. Botanisk Tidsskrift 65– Reference page. Christensen, T. Typification of the Class Name Chlorophyceae.

Taxon 43(2): JSTOR Reference page.His manuscripts, books and collections of dried plants, with many drawings, were bought by his successor at Oxford, Dr. Humphry Sibthorp (–), and ultimately passed into the possession of Oxford University. For an account of his collections preserved at Oxford, see The Dillenian Herbaria, by G.

Claridge Druce (Oxford, ).

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