Joseph Dalton Hooker, botanist, explorer, and administrator by William Bertram Turrill

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  • Hooker, Joseph Dalton, -- Sir, -- 1817-1911.

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Statementby W. B. Turrill.
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IPNI standard form: Hook.f. Joseph Dalton Hooker. Born: Jun Birthplace: Halesworth, Suffolk, England Died: Dec Location of death: Sunningdale, Berkshire, England Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Occupation: Botanist Nationality: England Executive summary: Genera Plantarum English botanist and traveller, second son of the famous botanist Sir William Jackson Hooker, was Born: Sir William Jackson Hooker, (born July 6,Norwich, Norfolk, England—died AugKew, Surrey), English botanist who was the first director of the Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew Gardens), near London.

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He was born in Halesworth, Sussex, and was the son of another great British botanist, Sir William Jackson Hooker (). Hooker graduated with a degree in medicine from Glasgow University, where his father was a professor of botany. The letters exchanged between Darwin and Joseph Dalton Hooker () account for around 10% of Darwin’s surviving correspondence and provide a structure within which all the other letters can be explored.

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He was a founder of geographical botany and Charles Darwin's closest friend. For twenty years he served as director of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, succeeding his father, William Jackson Hooker, and was awarded the highest honours.

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This article is of interest to the following WikiProjects: This article is supported by the science and academia work group. Joseph Dalton Hooker OM, GCSI, CB, MD, FRS. Birth date – 30 June [1]. Birth Place – Halesworth, Suffolk, England. Date of Death – 10 Dec Place of Death – Sunningdale, Berkshire, England.

Parents. Father – William Jackson Hooker (6 Jul – 12 Aug ) [2] Mother – Maria DawsonTurner (). 1st Marriage - Frances Harriet Henslow (–), daughter of Parents: Sir William Jackson Hooker, Maria Turner. Sir Joseph Hooker is remembered as an eminent Victorian botanist and one of Charles Darwin's closest collaborators.

Many gardeners and lovers of rhododendrons know of his plant collecting expedition in the Himalayas, but few are aware of his participation in Sir James Clark Ross' epic voyage to Antarctica inof his visits to Syria and Lebanon into the Atlas4/5(5).

Botanist. He received international acclaim for his study of geographical botany and his close relationship with Charles Darwin. Following his father's footsteps, he was the director of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew, England from to Prior, he had been the assistance director from to.

Full text of "Life and letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker" See other formats. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, [2], v, [1],[1] p.: frontispiece and 7 additional leaves of plates; 18 cm.

Bayntun Riviere binding: full polished crimson calf with six spine more. Botanist, explorer, writer, administrator I tuhia tēnei haurongo e K. A. Simpson, ā, i tāngia tuatahitia ki Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau Ko te wāhanga, Joseph Dalton Hooker is said to have been born at Halesworth, Suffolk, England, on 30 Juneand was baptised there on 3 July.Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker OM GCSI CB PRS (30 June – 10 December ) was one of the greatest British botanists and explorers of the 19th century.

He was a founder of geographical botany and Charles Darwin's closest friend. For twenty years he served as Director of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, succeeding his father, William Jackson Hooker, and was awarded the highest honours of.Sir Joseph Hooker is remembered as an eminent Victorian botanist and one of Charles Darwin's closest collaborators.

Many gardeners and lovers of rhododendrons know of his plant collecting expedition in the Himalayas, but few are aware of his participation in Sir James Clark Ross' epic voyage to Antarctica inof his visits to Syria and Lebanon into the Atlas Mountains in Morocco.

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