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57A historical perspective on Chicago area botany
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyKass, Lee.History of botany
Chicago area botany
587Barbara McClintock, a 21st Century Biologist
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyShapiro, James.mobile genetic elements
genome restructuring
cellular control
informatics
65Botany at the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyBurger, William C.Field Museum
C.F. Millspaugh
Chicago Botany
58George Beadle's role in the corn domestication story: the Chicago connection.
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyDoebley, John.teosinte
maize
domestication
Beadle
1257The legacy and contributions of the Botanical Gazette to botany
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyRuddat, Manfred.Botanical Gazette
Botanical Bulletin
International Journal of Plant Sciences
John M Coulter
Physiographic ecology
1432The Morton Arboretum: 85 Years of Botany, Horticulture, and Conservation
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyHamilton, Clement W..arboriculture
restoration
conservation
horticulture
937The University of Chicago: Botanical leaders of its first few decades
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A Historical Perspective on Chicago Area BotanyLersten, Nels R..University of Chicago Botany Department
C. J. Chamberlain
J. M. Coulter
H. C. Cowles

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