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His one companion was to be a French botanist, André Michaux.

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He was a young man fresh from college, who lived for botany alone.

Botany was greatly stimulated by the appearance of the first "modern" textbook, 's , published in English in 1849 as . Schleiden was a microscopist and an early plant anatomist who co-founded the with and and was among the first to grasp the significance of the that had been described by in 1831. In 1855, formulated that enabled the calculation of the rates of in biological systems.

Physician (1515–1544) authored a botanically and pharmacologically important herbal in 1544 and a of lasting importance, the in 1546. Naturalist (1516–1565) and herbalist (1545–c. 1611) published herbals covering the medicinal uses of plants. Naturalist (1522–1605) was considered the , which included the study of plants. In 1665, using an early microscope, discovered , a term he coined, in , and a short time later in living plant tissue.

See notes appended to a letter to Lyell, September 1843 (botany).

Botanist (BTN)
Disciple of the Land
The Armoury
The botanist's profession encompasses the procurement of resources from all forms of plant life. This includes harvesting vegetables and grains, tending fruit-bearing trees, cultivating fibrous plants, logging timber, and more.
Botanists also endeavor to educate others about the need to maintain a symbiotic relationship with Eorzea's plants, rather than carelessly stripping them of their useful parts. Owing to their intimacy with nature, botanists are known to revere Nophica, the goddess of abundance.
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Building upon the gene-chromosome theory of heredity that originated with (1822–1884), (1834–1914) proved that inheritance only takes place through . No other cells can pass on inherited characters. The work of (1898–1997) on plant anatomy is still a major foundation of modern botany. Her books and have been key plant structural biology texts for more than half a century.

German physician (1501–1566) was one of "the three German fathers of botany", along with theologian (1489–1534) and physician (1498–1554) (also called Hieronymus Tragus). Fuchs and Brunfels broke away from the tradition of copying earlier works to make original observations of their own. Bock created his own system of plant classification.