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That was the end of her formal education, but she showed great aptitude for botany.
Thus she was heading to the University of North Dakota as a botany instructor.
A 1786 book on experimental physics covered astronomy, geology, zoology, medicine, and botany.
The facts are derived from such specific disciplines as geography and language, botany and astronomy.
But you may say: "This is abolishing a great deal; you are getting rid of botany and zoology to begin with."
SCIENCE AND EDUCATIONTHOMAS H. HUXLEY
Muscol′ogist, one skilled in muscology; Muscol′ogy, the part of botany which treats of mosses; Muscos′ity, mossiness.
A passing predilection for botany was provoked by a single incident.
CRESSYBRET HARTE
See notes appended to a letter to Lyell, September 1843 (Botany).
I—er—I am very glad to see that you keep up your knowledge of this interesting branch of botany.
THE STAR-GAZERSGEORGE MANVILLE FENN

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