Definition of Botanizing. Meaning of Botanizing. Synonyms of Botanizing

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Definition of Botanizing

Botanizing
Botanize Bot"a*nize, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Botanized; p. pr. & vb. n. Botanizing.] [Cf. F. botaniser.] To seek after plants for botanical investigation; to study plants.

Meaning of Botanizing from wikipedia

- Botany, also called plant science(s), plant biology or phytology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology. A botanist, plant scientist or...
- horticulture through the activities of John Fraser, who made his first botanizing trip through the American South in 1785. Fraser's finds were distributed...
- his respects to thee," the English Quaker Peter Collinson wrote to the botanizing John Bartram in Philadelphia, 1762. "Plant it against the side of thy...
- while subtracting that of the Magdalen Islands. Fernald, M.L. (1932). "Botanizing on the Gaspé sea-cliffs". Harvard Alumni Bulletin. 36: 1–7. Gouvernement...
- Hollow, south of Meaford, on the Bighead River. While there, he continued "botanizing", exploring the escarpment and bogs, collecting and cataloging plants...
- plants being grown were female, and it was a purpose of Robert Fortune's botanizing trip to newly opened ****an in 1861 to locate a male. It was located in...
- Hydrangea quercifolia, noted by 18th-century botanist William Bartram in his botanizing exploration from the Carolinas to the Florida panhandle in the 1770s....
- her husband and by local rancher Emmerson Oliver Stratton. The Lemmons botanized[clarification needed] extensively along the way, including collecting...
- botanist Nicolas-Joseph Thiéry de Menonville, presenting himself as a botanizing physician, smuggled the insects and pads of the Opuntia cactus to Saint...
- Mile Walk to the Gulf (1916), a posthumous published account of a long botanizing walk, undertaken in 1867. Due to industrialisation in England, people...
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