- Car·o·lus [kar-uh-luh s] /ˈkær ə ləs/, Carl von Linné, 1707–78, Swedish botanist.
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Linnaeus and Cuvier have been my two gods, though in very different ways, but they were mere school-boys to old Aristotle.
Aristotle did make progress beyond earlier philosophers, just as Darwin advanced beyond Linnaeus and Cuvier.
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I cared not where Jussieu might have arranged or Linnaeus classed it.Tales Of The Trains
Charles James Lever
Page 115 (Index): "Linnæus" changed to "Linnaeus" to match text.The Apple-Tree
L. H. Bailey
This may have been the reason why the name Punica was selected for the genus by Linnaeus.
We must remember, of course, that Linnaeus died as long ago as 1778.
Linnaeus was the greatest systematist in the history of botany.The Grapes of New York
U. P. Hedrick
- Carolus (ˈkærələs), original name Carl von Linné. 1707–78, Swedish botanist, who established the binomial system of biological nomenclature that forms the basis of modern classification
Linnaeus(lĭ-nē′əs, -nā′-)Carolus Known as Karl Linné. 1707-1778
- Swedish botanist and founder of the modern binomial classification system for plants and animals.
- Swedish naturalist who in 1735 introduced a method for classifying plants and animals using generic and specific designations. This laid the foundation for the modern system of binomial nomenclature.