Otto kuntze, botanist. I. Biography, bibliography and travels

@article{Zanoni1980OttoKB,
  title={Otto kuntze, botanist. I. Biography, bibliography and travels},
  author={T. Zanoni},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={1980},
  volume={32},
  pages={551-571}
}
Otto Kuntze (1843–1907) is renowned for hisRevisio generum plantarum in which he changed thousands of plant names in accordance with his revision of the 1867 Paris Code of Botanical Nomenclature. His contributions to plant taxonomy, based on his world-wide collecting trips, and his monographs are not as well known. A short biographical sketch and bibliography of Kuntze’s natural history and plant taxonomy publications are included with detailed enumeration of localities and dates for trips… Expand
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