Candolle


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Candolle

Augustin Pyrame de. 1778--1841, Swiss botanist; his Théorie élémentaire de la botanique (1813) introduced a new system of plant classification
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According to de Candolle (1869), Friedrich Noe, a German botanist working in Istanbul (s26), used the name Cannabis orientalis for plants in his herbarium collection, but did not publish the taxon.
Este es el Rouhamon Curare de De Candolle y de la familia de las Loganiaceas, cuyos caracteres sacados del texto latino son los siguientes":
La propuso por primera vez el botanico suizo Agustin Piramo de Candolle (1778-1841) y significa <<la teoria y la practica de la clasificacion de los organismos>>.
According to De Candolle (1967), pomegranate is an ancient fruit originated in South-west Asia, probably in Iran and some adjoining countries.
indicated that co-flowering Amorpha canescens Pursh competed with Echinacea angustifolia De Candolle for Bombus pollinators rather than facilitating its pollination.
The genus Vaucheria de Candolle belongs to the class Xanthophyceae (yellow-green algae), and is one of the two benthic macroalgal genera within xanthophytes besides Tribonema (Christensen, 1987).
7) When he sent a copy of the second edition of the Traite to his friend Augustin Pyramus de Candolle on 12 June 1814, Say wrote that 'it is a completely new work, reworked for eleven years' (Say 1814 [2006], vol.
Contudo, como observou De Candolle (1892), <<les decouvertes en paleontologie s'accumulaient et montraient de plus en plus la diversite successive des etres>> (p.
Desde el siglo XIX, son numerosos los autores, sobre todo centroeuropeos, que se han dedicado a la clasificacion de las plantas acompanantes del hombre o plantas sinantropas (De Candolle, 1855; Ascher son, 1864; Rikli, 1903; Thellung, 1912,1918/1919; Holub & Jirasek, 1967; Kornas, 1978, 1990; Quezel & al.
Already in his Linnean Society paper, presented on July 1, 1858, Darwin endorsed the claim of Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (1778-1841) that "all nature is at war":