1689 in science

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The year 1689 in science and technology involved some significant events.

Botany[edit]

  • Pierre Magnol publishes Prodromus historiae generalis plantarum, in quo familiae plantarum per tabulas disponuntur ("Precursor to a general history of plants, in which the families of plants are arranged in tables") in Montpellier, the first example of a natural classification of plant families based on morphological characteristics.[1]

Earth sciences[edit]

Medicine[edit]

  • Walter Harris publishes De Morbis Acutis Infantum in London; it remains a standard textbook on pediatrics for nearly a century.[3]

Technology[edit]

Kneller's portrait of Newton

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Aiello, T. (2003). "Pierre Magnol: His life and works". Magnolia: the Journal of the Magnolia Society 38 (74): 1–10. 
  2. ^ Larsen, Paul (2003), Scientific accounts of a vanishing lake: Janez Valvasor, Lake Cerknica and the New Philosophy 
  3. ^ Annals of Medicine 2 (1919): 228–40.