Joseph Franz von Jacquin

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Joseph Franz von Jacquin.
Memorial plate.

Joseph Franz Freiherr von Jacquin or Baron Joseph von Jacquin (7 February 1766 in Schemnitz (now Banská Štiavnica) – 26 October 1839 in Vienna) was an Austrian scientist who studied medicine, chemistry zoology and botany.

Son of Nikolaus von Jacquin he graduated from the University of Vienna as Doctor of medicine in 1788.

Between 1788 and 1791 Jacquin was sent on a scientific journey to Germany, France and England by Emperor Frances II.

He inherited his father’s position as professor of botany and chemistry at the University of Vienna which he held from 1797 until his retirement in 1838. In 1821, he was elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

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Regarding personal names: Freiherr is a former title (translated as Baron), which is now legally a part of the last name. The feminine forms are Freifrau and Freiin.

Publications[edit]

Jacquin, J. F. Beyträge zur Geschichte der Vögel. C.F. Wappler, Wien 1784 .

Jacquin, J.F. Lehrbuch der allgemeinen und medicinischen Chymie zum Gebrauche seiner Vorlesungen. C.F. Wappler, Wien 1798. |

Jacquin, J.F., E. Fenzl & I. Schreibers. Eclogae plantarum rariorum aut minus cognitarum : quas ad vivum descripsit et iconibus coloratis illustravit. A. Strauss, Wien, 1811–1844.

Jacquin, J.F., E. Fenzl & I. Schreibers. Eclogae graminum rariorum aut minus cognitarum : quae ad vivum descripsit et iconibus coloratis illustravit. A. Strauss et Sommer, Wien, 1813–1844.

Jacquin, J. F. Ueber den Ginkgo, Carl Gerold, Wien, 1819.

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