Charles E. Bessey

Charles E. Bessey
Born: Milton, OH 5/12/1845; died 2/25/1915
Education: Michigan Agric. College [Michigan State Univ.] (B. S. 1869, M. S. 1872); Harvard 1872-73, 75-76; Iowa (Ph.D. 1879); Grinnell (LL.D. 1898)
Dissertation title: ?
Adviser: Asa Gray?
Primary specialty: Plant geography and taxonomy
Teaching history: Iowa State 1870-1884; Nebraska 1884-1915
Ph. D. Students: Frederic E. Clements, Roscoe Pound.
Others influenced: Conway MacMillan (M.A.), Paul B. Sears (M.A.)
External links: Wikipedia

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  1. […] M.A. 1396, Ph.D. 1898) Dissertation title: The phytogeography of Nebraska (presented jointly with H. L. Shantz ESA offices and honors: None. ESA links: Archived papers: Inventory of the Edith S. and Frederic E. […]

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