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Adrien Lemaire

Adrien Lemaire (23 October 1852, Senones – 23 October 1902, Nancy) was a French botanist.

He received his medical doctorate in March 1882 and his degree in natural sciences in July 1886. In 1887 he became a professor of natural history at the Lycée in Nancy, and in 1894 was appointed chargé de conférences of botany at the University of Nancy.[1] Lemaire was a member of the Société botanique de France.

Published works

  • Catalogue des Diatomées des environs de Nancy, 1881 – Catalog of diatoms found in the environs of Nancy.
  • De la détermination histologique des feuilles médicinales 1882 – On the histological determination of medicinal leaves.
  • Recherches sur l'origine et le développement des racines latérales chez les dicotylédones, 1886 – Research on the origin and development of lateral roots in dicotyledons.
  • Sur deux nouveaux colorants applicables à l'étude des méristèmes, 1894 – On two new applicable colorants from a study on meristems.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ Rapport annuel du Conseil de l'université et comptes rendus des facultés by Université de Nancy
  2. ^ HathiTrust Digital Library (published works)
  3. ^ OCLC WorldCat (published works)
  4. ^ "'"Author Query for 'A.Lem..  
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