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  1. Nationality. British. Occupation. vicar. Known for. Outlines of British Fungology. Awards. Royal Medal (1863) Miles Joseph Berkeley (1 April 1803 – 30 July 1889) was an English cryptogamist and clergyman, and one of the founders of the science of plant pathology.

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  2. Major Mycological Works. In addition to a major contribution on native British fungi in Sir William Hooker's British Flora (1836), Miles Joseph Berkeley is best known for: Introduction to Cryptogamic Botany (1857) Outlines of British Fungology (1860)

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  4. Berkeley, Miles Joseph. ( b. Biggin Hall, Oundle, Northamptonshire, England, 1 April 1803; d. Sibbertoft, Market Harborough, Northamptonshire, 30 July 1889) mycology. Miles was the second son of Charles Berkeley and of the sister of Paul Sandby Munn, the well-known watercolor artist.

  5. Referee's report by Miles Joseph Berkeley, on a paper 'On the morphology and the development of the meliola, a genus of tropical epiphyllous fungi' by Harry Marshall Ward. Creator: Miles Joseph Berkeley. 1803 - 1889.

  6. Jul 6, 2021 · Miles Joseph Berkeley was born at Biggin Hall, near Oundle, Northamptonshire, on the 1st April, 1803. He was the second son of Charles Berkeley, whose wife was a sister of P. G. Munn, the well-known water-colour artist. His family belonged to the Spetchley branch of the Berkeleys, and had been resident for several generations in Northamptonshire.

  7. Miles Joseph Berkeley (1 April 1803 – 30 July 1889) was an English cryptogamist and clergyman, and one of the founders of the science of plant pathology. The standard author abbreviation Berk. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Miles Joseph Berkeley has received more than 49,743 page views.

  8. MILES JOSEPH BERKELEY (1803-1889), English botanist, was born on the 1st of April 1803, at Biggin Hall, Northamptonshire, and educated at Rugby and Christ's College, Cambridge, of which he became an honorary fellow. Taking holy orders, he became incumbent of Apethorpe in 1837, and vicar of Sibbertoft, near Market Harborough, in 1868. He ...

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