|Statement||William T. Stearn.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 546 p.|
|Number of Pages||546|
|LC Control Number||98799757|
“The Gardener’s Botanical: An Encyclopedia of Latin Plant Names with More than 5, Entries” by Ross Bayton ($, Princeton University Press): This page hardcover book is . Stearn's Botanical Latin is one of those books that every botanist involved with nomenclature and scientific description needs - especially if you never learned Latin in school and even if you did. There's a well-thumbed copy on the shelf in your herbarium, but you'll learn more from having it within arm's reach at all by: Botanical Latin. Botanical Latin is accepted by horticulturists and botanists everywhere as the medium for naming new plants, and botanical research is almost impossible without reference to the vast number of first descriptions in Latin — much information is available in no other language. Botanical Latin is an internationally used technical language developed over the past years for the naming and description of plants. In that time, in order to meet the expanding need for accurate scientific descriptions, its vocabulary has been continually enriched with new words, mostly coined from Greek, and with classical Latin words.
ANSWER: There are certainly many books on the subject, and I highly recommend William Stearn’s “Botanical Latin” (4th ed., David & Charles, ).If you have ever been chastised for garbling a plant’s scientific name (I certainly have!), I recommend quoting Stearns’ gentle reminder: “Botanical Latin is essentially a written language, but the scientific names of plants often occur. This is the STANDARD TEXT on Botanical Latin. British botanist William Thomas Stearn CBE was an expert in both the history of botany and classical languages. His book 'Botanical Latin' is an internationally renowned handbook. It covers: the history and origin of Latin names; the grammar and syntax of botanical Latin - in summary. Welcome to the homepage of Koeltz Botanical Books If you are interested in quality academic publications on botany, you have come to the right place. We offer scientific botanical books for sale, both books we published ourselves as well as books published by other publishers worldwide. A blended word, derived from the phrase "botanical dictionary". A reference containing an alphabetical list of 21, botanical words, with information given for each word, usually including the etymology (i.e., history and/or origin) and pronunciation. Almost years ago, the Swedish botanist Carl von Linnï¿½ published Species Plantarum.
First published in , Botanical Latin has become accepted worldwide as the standard work of reference on this important subject. A comprehensive guide to every aspect of Latin usage in this field, it is an invaluable source of accurate information for gardeners, botanists, scientific historians, systematic etymologists and classical scholars alike. Rare Books Angiosperm Phylogeny Res Botanica All Databases. INFORMATION: What's New? People at MO Visitor's Guide Herbarium Jobs & Fellowships Symposium Research Links Site Map Search: Introduction. Browse by Keyword. Search. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Resources. A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin;. "Botanical Latin" is accepted by horticulturists and botanists everywhere as the medium for naming new plants, and botanical research is almost impossible without reference to the vast number of first descriptions in Latin - much information is available in no other language/5(43). © Missouri Botanical Garden, All Rights Reserved Shaw Blvd. St. Louis, MO () E-mail Technical Support.