Johannes Theodor Schmalhausen

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Johannes Theodor Schmalhausen
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Johannes Theodor Schmalhausen
Born 1849
Died 1894
Fields Botanist
Known for Flora yugo-zapadnoj Rossii (1886)
Flora sredney i yuzhnoj Rossii, Kryma i Severnogo Kavkaza[1] (1895-1897)

Johannes Theodor Schmalhausen (1849 – 1894) was a botanist, known for his studies of East-European plants.[1][2][3]

He studied sciences at the University of St. Petersburg, earning his magister degree in 1874. For several years he was a professor of botany and director of the botanical garden at the University of Kiev. The genus Schmalhausenia (family Asteraceae) is named in his honor.[4]

Published works[edit]

  • Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Milchsaftbehälter der Pflanzen, 1877.
  • Beiträge zur Jura-Flora Russlands, 1879.
  • Beiträge zur Tertiärflora Süd-West-Russlands, 1883.
  • Tertiäre Pflanzen der Insel Neusibirien, 1890.[5]


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