Carolus Linnaeus

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Noun1.Carolus Linnaeus - Swedish botanist who proposed the modern system of biological nomenclature (1707-1778)Carolus Linnaeus - Swedish botanist who proposed the modern system of biological nomenclature (1707-1778)
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Partial replacement of fishmeal in diets for turbot (Scophthalmus maximus, Linnaeus, 1758) culture using blue mussel (Mytilus edulis, Linneus, 1758) meat.
While their particular design is to induce the ingenious to cultivate the knowledge of BOTANY, by introducing them to the vestibule of that delightful science, and recommending to their attention the immortal works of the celebrated Swedish Naturalist LINNEUS.
Linneus, Missouri) appears to be little more than a pile of twisted steel.
Saffron is the three dried red stigmas attached to their yellow 'styles', obtained from flowers of the Crocus Sativus Linneus plant.
Kerstin Wikby, PkD, RN, is a Senior Lecturer, Linneus University, Vaxjo, Sweden.
the insect] with the help of magnifying glasses and found it correspond [sic] with the descriptions of Lewen hoeck [sic], Reaumeur, Linneus [sic], Sir Hans Sloan, and the French Encyclopedia as well as with the Cochineal of the Shops.
La autora subraya este hecho en el prologo a su libro, que firma significativamente con el nombre de Hermes Linneus para yuxtaponer al mas criptico de los dioses -Hermes- con la figura de Carlos Linneo, padre de la Taxonomia:
The bonnethead (Sphyrna tiburo Linneus, 1758) has an interesting annual cycle, with mating occurring in October and November.
In Linneus's Methodus rei herbariae published in Prague in 1592, we find obvious proof that the Swedish botanist knew Zaluzanski's work, although Linneus does not mention its author.