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Synonyms for Linnaeus

Swedish botanist who proposed the modern system of biological nomenclature (1707-1778)

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JUNIPERUS {jew-NIP-er-us; yoo-NIP-er-us} Linnaeus 1753 * Juniper; Red-Cedar * [Juniperus, Latin name for Juniper.
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ONOCLEA {on-oh-KLEE-uh} Linnaeus 1753 * Sensitive Fern * [Greek onos, vessel, and kleiein, to close; son are inclosed by inrolled leaf margins.
Evenhuis was then, and still is, sticking to the tradition of two-word names established in the 18th century by Carl Linnaeus, who actually came up with some doosies himself.
Sandy Weinberg has been named to the Linnaeus Chair at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA.
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In the 18th century, a Swede called Carl Linnaeus established a simplified form of Latin to describe plants.
Polypodium {polly-POH-dee-um} Linnaeus 1753 * Polypodies; Rock-cap Ferns * [Greek, poly, and podion, many feet; alluding either to the knob-like leaf scars on the rhizome or the foot-like branching of the rootstock.
Taxonomists have been rejiggering the standard biological nomenclature system for all of the 264 years since Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus published its first form.
Walshok joins the ranks of other known recipients of the Royal Order of the Polar Star including: Linnaeus, the father of Taxonomy in 1753; Dr.
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I'dlove to meet Karl Linnaeus who was a Swedish botanist.
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OPHIOGLOSSUM {oh-fee-oh-GLOSS-um} Linnaeus 1753 * Adder's-tongue Ferns * (Greek ophis, snake, and glossa, tongue, referring to the sporulating portion of the fertile rachis.