William Jackson Hooker

William Jackson Hooker.

Sir William Jackson Hooker (* 6. July 1785 in Norwich; † 12. August 1865 in Kew) was a British Botaniker. By its work to bloom plants, ferns and Moosen he ranks among the most important systematic Botanikern of his time. The plant kinds Hookeria and × Hookerara are designated after it.

life

Hooker bereiste 1809 Iceland in botanischem interest and became soon thereafter a professor of the Botanik in Glasgow and 1839 director of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew and with this connected world largest harsh air around.

Beside this collection and colonial gardens in Kew Hooker furnished museums for practically usable plant products.

Its son Joseph Dalton Hooker was likewise an important Botaniker.

works

  • account OF Sabine's Arctic Plants (1824)
  • Catalogue OF Plants into the Glasgow Botanic guards (1825)
  • Botany OF Parry's Third Voyage (1826)
  • British Flora, together with George Arnott Walker Arnott (1830)
  • character OF Genera from the British Flora (1830)
  • Icones Filicum, together with Robert Kaye Greville (2 Bde., 1829-1831)
  • British Flora Cryptogamia (1833)
  • Companion ton the Botanical of magazines (2 Bde., 1835-1836)
  • Flora boreali americana (2 Bde., 1829-1840), description of the plants Botany OF Beechey's Voyage ton the Pacific and
  • Behring's Straits, together with George Arnott, collected on the journey of Sir John Franklin Walker Arnott (1841)
  • The journal OF Botany (4 Bde., 1830-1842)
  • Genera Fiticum (1842)
  • Notes on the Botany OF the Antarctic Voyage OF the Erebus and terror (1843)
  • A Century OF Orchideae (1846)
  • The London journal OF Botany (7 Bde., 1842-1848)
  • the Niger Flora (1849)
  • Victoria Regia (1851)
  • Icones plantarum (10 Bde., 1837-1854)
  • A Century OF Ferns (1854)
  • museum OF Economic Botany RK Kew (1855)
  • journal OF Botany and Kew guards Miscellany (9 Bde., 1849-1857)
  • Filices exoticae (1857-1859)
  • A Second Century OF Ferns (1860-1861)
  • The British Ferns (1861-1862)
  • Species filicum (5 Bde., 1846-1864), is considered to The Botanical of magazines (
  • 38 Bde. , 1827-1865) as the standard work for this

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