2 edition of Lloyd Herbert Shinners found in the catalog.
by Brit Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||183|
This page was last edited on 19 December , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. American botanist (–)Birth place: Bluesky.
Lloyd Herbert Shinners—A portrait. Donovan S. Correll Pages OriginalPaper. Notes on Mexican grasses IX. Miscellaneous chromosome numbers—3. John R. Reeder Pages OriginalPaper. New taxa of compositae (Eupatorieae) from Brazil. G. M. Barroso, R. M. King Pages Brickellia eupatorioides in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on Oct Accessed on .
Without a doubt, Lloyd Herbert Shinners (), a native Canadian who received his botanical training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is the most important twentieth-century North Central Texas botanist (Fig. 32). Systematic Botany publishes original articles pertinent to modern and traditional aspects of systematic botany, including theory as well as application.
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DescriptionAbout the Book Lloyd Herbert Shinners: By Himself is a biography of a man who has been described as, “one of the strongest and most interesting workers in the entire field of systematic botany in the United States.” Told largely in his own words it is a story of great personal ambition and struggle.
From childhood Shinners felt himself different from others and became his own. About the Book. Lloyd Herbert Shinners: By Himself is a biography of a man who has been described as, “one of the strongest and most interesting workers in the entire field of systematic botany in the United States.” Told largely in his own words it is a story of great personal ambition and struggle.
Lloyd Herbert Shinners; Lloyd Herbert Shinners; Lloyd Herbert Shinners: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Ginsburg; Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Shinners is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Chris Shinners (born ), Australian rower; John Shinners (born ), American football player; Kevin Shinners (born ), Australian rules footballer; Lloyd Herbert Shinners (–), American botanist; Paul Shinners (born ), British footballer; Ralph Shinners (–), American baseball player.
Shinners' manual of the North Central Texas flora. Fort Worth, Tex.: Botanical Research Institute of Texas, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William F Mahler; Lloyd Herbert Shinners. Spring Flora Of The Dallas Fort Worth Area, Texas [Shinners, Lloyd Herbert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Spring Flora Of The Dallas Fort Worth Area, TexasCited by: Lloyd Herbert Shinners (–), Canadian botanist. Standard IPNI abbreviation: Shinners; Taxon names authored (List may be incomplete) 12 taxon names authored by Lloyd Herbert Shinners; Publications (List may be incomplete).
Lloyd Herbert Shinners Lloyd H. Shinners, a member of the Southern Methodist University faculty and director of the Herbarium at SMU (now at BRIT) from –, was "one of the strongest and most interesting workers in the entire field of systematic botany in the United States.".
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The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Mahler, William F. - Shinners, Lloyd Herbert, Publication info: [Dallas:W. Mahler, etc.] BioDivLibrary @EponymousBreeze Would so love to get this book in #BHLib.
Shinners, Lloyd Herbert. Lloyd Herbert Shinners ( - ) was a professor and Director of the Herbarium at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, for 25 years. He was the first editor of The Southwestern Naturalist and the founder, editor, and publisher of Sida, Contributions to Botany.
He was the author of papers and. Expansion of William Mahler's Shinners' manual of the north central Texas flora (; included the summer and fall flora), which was an expansion of Lloyd Shinners' Spring flora of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Texas ().
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Title. SIDA, contributions to botany. Mahler, William F. Shinners, Lloyd Herbert, Type. Journal Material. LOYD HERBERT SHINNERS (–) was born in Bluesky (population 16), near Waterhole in the Peace River country of northwestern Alberta, Canada, on Septem He was the child of homesteaders who had come from Wisconsin apparently under.
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Article originally published in The Leaflet (May ) by Brian Witte, PhD, BRIT Research Associate There is a stereotype of the scientist as a lone genius, laboring in obscurity until their “Eureka!” moment changes the world. If Hollywood is to be believed, this Eureka moment is usually followed by the destruction of Tokyo and/or New York by a giant robot/genetic mutant/superstorm.
In. TEXAS FLORISTIC LITERATURE: STUDY AND IDENTIFICATION OF PLANTS. Compiled by Guy Nesom; revised & updated 12 May Guide to the botanical contributions of Lloyd H.
Shinners (–). Sida 5: Lloyd Herbert Shinners – Sida 4: – McVaugh, R. The southwestern travels and plant-collections of G.C. Nealley.Lloyd Herbert Shinners: A biography Unpublished October draft, copy in the library of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.
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