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Candolle

[ kahn-dawl ]
/ kɑ̃ˈdɔl /
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noun
Au·gus·tin Py·rame de [oh-gys-tanpee-ramduh], /oʊ güsˈtɛ̃ piˈram də/, 1778–1841, Swiss botanist.
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Candolle
/ (French kɑ̃dɔl) /

noun
Augustin Pyrame de. 1778–1841, Swiss botanist; his Théorie élémentaire de la botanique (1813) introduced a new system of plant classification
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