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  1. Botany. Zoology. Author abbrev. (botany) Sol. Daniel Carlsson Solander or Daniel Charles Solander (19 February 1733 – 13 May 1782) was a Swedish naturalist and an apostle of Carl Linnaeus. [1] Solander was the first university-educated scientist to set foot on Australian soil.

  2. Born in Piteå, northern Sweden, naturalist Daniel Solander (1733-1782) is primarily remembered for his scientific contributions during James Cook's first voyage. Solander was invited aboard the expedition by friend and fellow naturalist Joseph Banks. The pair spent their round-the-world travels aboard HMS Endeavour (also known as HM Bark ...

  3. Daniel Solander is the most portrayed among the seventeen apostles. He is also internationally well known for the reason of his participation in James Cook’s first circumnavigation and close friendship to Joseph Banks. A group of islands south of New Zealand has been named after Daniel Solander, the Solander Islands.

    • 19 February 1733.
    • Piteå, Gammelstad, Norrbotten, Sweden.
    • 8 May 1782.
    • London, England.
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  5. Feb 19, 2021 · Daniel Solander, a Swedist botanist, was born Feb. 19, 1733. Solander trained under the great Carl Linnaeus in Uppsala and moved to England in 1760, thereby becoming one of the many Linnaean "apostles" who helped put Linnaean taxonomy into practice.

  6. Daniel Solander (1733-1782), naturalist, was born on 19 February 1733 at Piteä in Norrland, Sweden, the son of Rev. Carl Solander and Magdalena, née Bostadia. Although baptized Daniel, Solander later adopted his father's name with the suffix 'son' as an extra Christian name and he recorded his signature accordingly.

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  7. Oct 15, 2010 · Botanist Dr Daniel Solander (1733–1782) studied natural history at Uppsala University in Sweden. His principal teacher was Carl Linnaeus who had devised a classification system that placed organisms within hierarchical groups that showed their relationship to other organisms. In 1759, Solander travelled to England, as scientists there were ...

  8. Jan 12, 2021 · Daniel Solander (1733–82) was a student of the noted naturalist Carl Linnaeus at Uppsala University in the 1750s. He travelled to London in 1760, became engaged in cataloguing natural history collections in the Linnaean system and worked as assistant librarian at the British Museum from 1763. The following year he was appointed a fellow of ...

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