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  • Author:
    Jean Beauverie
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    1146028075
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    978-1146028073
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    Nabu Press (February 28, 2010)
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    76 pages
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This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Part 1, Etude Botanique Et Biologique; Part 2, Technologis. This Book Is In French.

This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Format Paperback 68 pages. Dimensions 152 x 229 x 4mm 104g. Publication date 10 Sep 2010. Publisher Kessinger Publishing. Publication City/Country Whitefish MT, United States.

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Publisher: French & European Pubns. Publication Date: 2004. Book Condition: Very Good.

ISBN 10: 0320049035, ISBN 13: 9780320049033. Published by French & European Pubns, 2004. Used Condition: Very Good. Publisher: French & European Pubns.

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by. Beauverie, Jean, 1874-1938. New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library.

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In 1912 Jean Paul Vuillemin named the genus Beauveria (family Clavicipitaceae) in his . tude sur les champignons des maisons, 1903.

In 1912 Jean Paul Vuillemin named the genus Beauveria (family Clavicipitaceae) in his honor. tudes sur le polymorphisme des champignons; influence du milieu, 1900 - Studies of polymorphism in mushrooms; environmental influences. Atlas colorié de la flore alpine. Jura, Pyrénées, Alpes françaises, Alpes suisses, 1906 (with Louis Faucheron) - Atlas of alpine flora, Jura, Pyrénées, French Alps and Swiss Alps. Les textiles végétaux, 1913 (with M H Lecomte) - plant textiles. Les gymnospermes, vivantes et fossiles, 1933 - Gymnosperms, living and fossil.

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Jean Beauverie (18 February 1874 in Fontaines-sur-Saône – 22 February 1938 in Lyon) was a French botanist and mycologist. In 1894 he obtained his degree in natural sciences, followed by work as a botanical préparateur, then a lecturer, at the University of Lyon. In 1912 he was a lecturer at the faculty of sciences in Nancy, where he eventually became an associate professor. Later he gained a professorship at Clermont-Ferrand, and in 1923 returned as a professor to Lyon.

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