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  1. Practical nature study and elementary agriculture; a manual for by Coulter. John Merle. 1851-1928., 1909-01-01
  2. New Manual Of Botany Of The Central Rocky Mountains (vascular Plants) by Nelson Aven 1859-1952, 2010-10-15
  3. Plant Studies; An Elementary Botany
  4. Morphology Of Angiosperms (morphology Of Spermatophytes. Part Ii)
  5. Practical Nature Study And Elementary Agriculture; A Manual For The Use Of Teachers And Normal Students by Patteron Alice Jean, 2010-10-15
  6. A Textbook Of Botany For Colleges And Universities ..
  7. Morphology Of Spermatophytes. [part I. Gymnosperms]
  8. Plant Studies; An Elementary Botany
  9. Text-book of western botany : consisting of Coulter's Manual of the botany of the Rocky mountains, to which is prefixed Gray's lessons in botany. For the use of schools and colleges between the Mississippi river and the Rocky mountains by John Merle, 1851-1928 Coulter, 2009-10-26
  10. Plant genetics by John M. Coulter and Merle C. Coulter. by Coulter. John Merle. 1851-1928., 1918-01-01
  11. Plants; a text-book of botany. by John M. Coulter . by Coulter. John Merle. 1851-1928., 1900-01-01
  12. A text-book of botany for secondary schools. by John M. Coulter. by Coulter. John Merle. 1851-1928., 1906-01-01
  13. Plant studies; an elementary botany. by John M. Coulter . by Coulter. John Merle. 1851-1928., 1900-01-01
  14. Plant studies; an elementary botany. by John M. Coulter . by Coulter. John Merle. 1851-1928., 1905-01-01

1. Coulter, John Merle - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
US botanist. He specialized in plant physiology, morphology, and ecology. He wrote many books and monographs on North American flowering plants, although he greatest influence was
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3. Coulter, John Merle Definition Of Coulter, John Merle In The Free Online Encyclo
Coulter, John Merle (1851–1928) botanist; born in Ningpo, China. A child of missionary parents, he was taken to Indiana by his mother in 1853 after his father's death.
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Coulter, John Merle (18511928), U.S. botanist, born in Ningpo, China; son of missionaries; botanist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Rocky Mountains (187273) that resulted in
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6. Author - Authority - Authorship
J. M. Coulter John Merle Coulter (1851-1928) R. T. Craig - Robert T. Craig (wrote 1945) Croizat - L on Camille Marius Croizat (1894-1982) Cullm.
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7. John Merle Coulter Definition Of John Merle Coulter In The Free Online Encyclope
Coulter, John Merle (1851–1928) botanist; born in Ningpo, China. A child of missionary parents, he was taken to Indiana by his mother in 1853 after his father's death.
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Coulter, John Merle, 18511928. Cowles, Henry Chandler, 1869-1939. Fuller, George D. (George Damon), 1869-. Nichols, George E. (George Elwood), 1882-1939.
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9. Coulter, John Merle
US botanist. He specialized in plant physiology, morphology, and ecology. He wrote many books and monographs on North American flowering plants, although he greatest influence was
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★ Coulter, John Merle and Nelson, Aven New Manual of Botany of the Central Rocky Mountains (vascular Plants) , published by American Book Company, 1909
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11. Facts About Coulter, John Merle, As Discussed In Britannica Compton's Encycloped
Facts about Coulter, John Merle, (1851–1928), U.S. botanist, born in Ningpo, China; son of missionaries; botanist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Rocky Mountains (1872–73
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By Coulter, John Merle, 18511928. Published (1888) Revisions of North American grasses / By Hitchcock, A. S. 1865-1935. Published (1920)
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13. Coulter, John Merle 1851-1928 [WorldCat Identities]
Key Publications about John Merle Coulter Publications by John Merle Coulter Publications by John Merle Coulter, published posthumously.
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Coulter, John Merle, 18511928 Format Book Publication Date 1885 Location Brown Library Stacks Call Number QK139.C8 1885 Availability
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15. John Merle Coulter - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
John Merle Coulter, Ph. D. (November 20, 1851 – December 23, 1928) was an American botanist and educator, brother of Stanley Coulter, born at Ningpo, China.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search John Merle Coulter, Ph. D. (November 20, 1851 – December 23, 1928) was an American botanist and educator, brother of Stanley Coulter , born at Ningpo, China . He received his education at Hanover College in Indiana . He served in the Rocky Mountains for two years (1872–73) as botanist to the United States Geological Survey . He became professor of natural science at Hanover College, professor of biology at Wabash College (1879), president of Indiana University from 1891 to 1893, and from 1893 to 1896 he presided over Lake Forest University . In 1896 he became head of the department of botany at the University of Chicago . In 1875 he founded Botanical Gazette and thereafter continued to be its editor. In 1909, Coulter and his wife Grace, along with their children Grace and Merle, survived the sinking of the White Star liner Republic in which six were killed. In 1925, Coulter moved to Yonkers, New York to help organize the new Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research , of which he was dean and chief advisor. He died in Yonkers in 1928.

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17. Coulter | John Merle | 1851-1928 | Head Of Botany, University Of Chicago
Coulter John Merle 18511928 head of Botany, University of Chicago. Correspondence of Frederick Orpen Bower Sir Charles Vyner de Windt Brook to John Merle Coulter (1911-1915)
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    Coulter, John Merle 18511928 . Biographical and Professional Information . John Merle Coulter was a botanist and educator. He authored many books on botany including the first manual
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    20. John Merle Coulter
    Living Rocks of Mexico A Preliminary Revision of the North American Species of Cactus, Anhalonium and Lophophora
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    Living Rocks of Mexico A Preliminary Revision of the North American Species of Cactus, Anhalonium and Lophophora home On Line Literature Home History Species Habitat Field Numbers Cultivars References Additions On Line Texts People Cultivation Ethnobotany Links Site Map The paper reproduced here is abridged from Contributions From the U. S. National Herbarium 3(2):91-132. (1894). The sections relating to Ariocarpus Anhalonium species are reproduced in their entirety. The complete text can be downloaded as a zip file Coulter zip JOHN MERLE COULTER. Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, Ill., January, 1891. Anhalonium Lem. Cact. Gen. Nov. (1839) According to the present views concerning generic limitations in Cactaceae, Anhalonium must certainly be kept distinct from Mamillaria , and to such a view Dr. Engelmann had finally come. The generic distinction is based upon such characters as (1) the complete suppression of the spine-bearing areolae;(2) the strong differentiation of the tubercles into two very distinct regions;(3) the production of the flower at the apex of the basal or penduncle-like portion (which becomes flattened and expanded at maturity) of a very young tubercle; and (4) the large tuberculate seeds. In the case of engelmanni the broad woolly groove of the upper portion of the tubercle expands below into the flower-bearing areola, but terminates blindly above just behind the sharp apex.In

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