- family of botanists, physiciansAntoine de Jussieu (1686-1758) was born in lyon and was a physician and professor at the King's Garden (today National Museum of Natural History). He is the author of Traité des virtues des plantes and was made a member of the Academy of sciences in 1715. Bernard de Jussieu (1699-1777), brother of Antoine, was born in Lyon and was a director at the King's Garden. in 1734, he imported two cedars of Lebanon from England, one of which has always stood at the Botanical Gardens in Paris. He was made a member of the Academy of sciences in 1739. Joseph de Jussieu (1704-79), the brother of Bernard and Antoine, was born in Lyon. A botanist and traveler, he visited south America, accompanying charles de la condamine, and introduced numerous varieties of ornamental plants to Europe. Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu (1748-1836), born in Lyon, was the nephew of Antoine, Bernard, and Joseph. He produced a study that serves as the basis for the natural method of the classification of plants (Genera plan-tarum secundum ordines naturales disposita, 1788) and was named to the Academy of sciences in 1795. Adrien de Jussieu (1797-1853) was born in Paris, the son of Antoine-Laurent. He was a botanist famous for his work entitled Embroyons monocotyle-donés. He was named to the Academy of sciences in 1831.
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Jussieu — can refer to:* Antoine Laurent de Jussieu (1748 1836), French botanist * Antoine de Jussieu (1686 1758), French naturalist, uncle of A. L. de Jussieu. * Bernard de Jussieu (1699 1777), French naturalist, uncle of A. L. de Jussieu. * Adrien Henri… … Wikipedia
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JUSSIEU, ANTOINE LAURENT DE — celebrated French botanist, born at Lyons; his book, entitled Genera Plantarum, published in 1789, lays down the principle on which the modern classification of plants is based; he was one of a family of botanists (1748 1836) … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Adrien-Henri de Jussieu — (December 23 1797 June 29 1853) was a French botanist. [1911|article=De Jussieu|url=http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/De Jussieu] Born in Paris as the son of botanist Antoine Laurent de Jussieu, he received the degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1824… … Wikipedia
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