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Synonyms for botanize

collect and study plants

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Unlike most British watercolorists of the time, she often uses a thick application of watercolor and she regularly depicts plants on the taxonomic edge that she finds, along with more typical species along the highways and byways where she botanizes.
does more than botanize on the graves of mutilated peasants and famous victims--he blackmails us with our sentiment and outrages our compassion; it is the novel as a form of abuse, the dead-end of feeling.
In 1870 it was Norrlin's turn to botanize in the Onega region, and in the first part of his Flora Kareliae Onegensis (Norrlin 1871) he could consider the problem of the boundary in detail, beginning with a historical introduction from Wirzen till Sahlberg.
In terms of out-of-class activities, Henslow and Darwin went on field trips together to collect the insects that Darwin particularly fancied and also to botanize, collecting specimens for Henslow's herbarium which still exists and has recently received attention from a group of historians and botanists (Kohn et al.
On their way north to Acapulco, the ships stayed four months in Lima and a month in Guayaquil, permitting Haenke and his French colleague Louis Nee to botanize and zoologize inland to their hearts' content.
The men of science may botanize or ransack the mineral productivity of a wild and mountainous domain.