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1. Dr. Williams instructs us in botany.
2. The life sciences include biology and botany.
3. He succeeded his father as Professor of Botany.
4. He studied botany at university.
5. Botany deals with the study of plants.
6. They shared a common interest in botany.
7. He held the Chair of Botany at Cambridge University for thirty years.
8. In botany the theoretical debate was less acute, although the prospect for the practical application of scientific knowledge was greater.
9. At universities, where professors of medicine taught botany, physic gardens became a necessity for the practical study of plants.
10. In taxonomic botany, for instance, research is carried out in many institutions world-wide, rather than within national frontiers.
11. Women's camelhair coats down from ￡749 to ￡395, botany knitwear down from ￡79 to ￡49.
12. Indeed, botany as a science grew out of the study of plants for medicinal purpose.
13. The famous Botany Bay cover of east Leicestershire dates from the 1790s, when the convict settlement was in the news.
14. Nor did he want botany and zoology, he'd be no good at them.
15. Botany yarns and cotton yarns are dry spun and waxed on cone.
16. The Garden produces the Edinburgh Journal of Botany, which publishes research on plant taxonomy and other botanical sciences.
17. She studied botany, taking the honours examinations as a private student, and also geology and mineralogy.
18. Botany, earth science, invertebrates, and vertebrates.
19. He taught Irene botany and natural history.
20. The reports produced to date are internal documents, and only those referring to botany need be mentioned here.
21. He then proceeded tactfully to admonish the theorists of botany in order to protect the practitioners of gardening.
22. These graced stately homes(sentencedict.com/botany.html), were used in libraries and by those with a specific academic interest in botany or horticulture.
23. Such situations are commonly found in other taxonomic disciplines, such as zoology and botany.
24. A brilliant linguist, he was also deeply interested in botany, chemistry and other scientific subjects.
25. A walk in the woods with his son became a lesson in botany.
26. Two hours is ample time, but walkers with interests in botany, geology or archaeology will be sorely tempted to linger.
27. The Apothecaries and their Garden Throughout the ages medicine and botany have been intertwined.
28. All they could do was arrange the particles in families, as in botany.
29. Sampling techniques were adopted from statisticians working in the fields of biology and botany.
30. But the geography more than the geology or the botany of Attica were to determine Athens' future.
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