Wikidata Carolus Bixler Heiser
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Carolus Bixler Heiser: imago
Nativitas: 5 Octobris 1920; Cynthiana
Obitus: 11 Iunii 2010;
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: botanista, professor, curator, botanical collector

Memoria

Laurae: Asa Gray Award, Guggenheim Fellowship

Carolus Bixler Heiser, vulgo saepius Charles B. Heiser Jr. (Cynthianae in Indiana die 5 Octobris 1920 natus; mortuus die 1 Iunii 2010) fuit botanista.

Discipulus fuit Roberti Everard Woodson et Edgari Anderson apud universitatem Washingtonianam in urbe Sancti Ludovici; deinde Georgii Ledyard Stebbins in universitate Californiensi Berkeleiensi. Professor meruit apud universitatem Indianensem. De plantis utilibus Americae, praesertim de familia cucurbitacearum, de genere Capsico, de speciebus Heliantho annuo, Solano quitoensi, Schoenoplecto californico operam dedit. Inter discipulos eius fuerunt Gulielmus Hardy Eshbaugh et Barbara Pickersgill.

Scripta selectaRecensere

  • 1951 : "The Sunflower among the North American Indians" in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society vol. 95: (1951) pp. 432–448 JSTOR
  • 1951 : "Hybridization in the annual sunflowers: Helianthus annuus x H. debilis var. cucumerifolius" in Evolution vol. 5 (1951) pp. 42-51
  • 1958 (cum Paul G. Smith) : "New Species of Capsicum from South America" in Brittonia vol. 10 pp. 194-201 JSTOR
  • 1972 : "Student Days with Edgar Anderson, or how I came to study sunflowers" in Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden vol. 59 (1972) pp. 362-372
  • 1984 : "The Ethnobotany of the Neotropical Solanaceae" in Advances in Economic Botany vol. 1: Ethnobotany in the Neotropics (1984) pp. 48-52 JSTOR
  • 1990 : Seed to Civilization: The Story of Food. W. H. Freeman.
  • 2008 : "The Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) in Mexico: further evidence for a North American domestication" in Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution vol. 55 (2008) pp. 9-13 Epitome



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