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  1. Antonio José Cavanilles - Wikipedia

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    Antonio José Cavanilles (16 January 1745 – 5 May 1804) was a leading Spanish taxonomic botanist of the 18th century. He named many plants, particularly from Oceania. He named at least 100 genera, about 54 of which were still used in 2004, including Dahlia, Calycera, Cobaea, Galphimia, and Oleandra.

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    • 5 May 1804 (aged 59), Madrid, Spain
  2. Botanist, Naturalist. A native of Valencia, Spain, he was the leading Spanish botanist of the 18th century. He lived in Paris from 1777 to 1781 and later he settled in Madrid. He named many plants, and his name is abbreviated as Cav. on botanical records. In his last years, Cavanilles was the director of the Botanic...

    • January 16, 1745
  3. Cavanilles, Antonio José (Joseph) (1745-1804) on JSTOR

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    Biography. Spanish botanist, Presbyterian and director of the Madrid botanic gardens. José Cavanilles was born in Valencia and began his studies in the Jesuit college of San Pablo, before matriculating into the University of Valencia to study theology and philosophy in 1759. He later received a doctorate in theology from the University of Gandía (1766) and was entrusted with the education of the children of Teodomiro Caro de Briones (of the Council of Castile) and travelled with him to ...

  4. Antonio José Cavanilles - Wikispecies

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    Antonio José de Cavanilles (1745–1804), Spanish botanist. IPNI standard form: Cav. Taxon names authored (List may be incomplete) 115 taxon names authored by Antonio José Cavanilles; Publications (List may be incomplete) Cavanilles, A.J. 1784. Observations de M. l'abbé Cavanilles sur l'article Espagne de la Nouvelle Encyclopédie. vol. 1. vol. 2.

  5. Antonio José Cavanilles – Wikipedia

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    Antonio José Cavanilles (* 16. Januar 1745 in Valencia; † 4. Mai 1804 in Madrid) war ein spanischer Botaniker. Sein offizielles botanisches Autorenkürzel lautet „ Cav.

  6. Antonio José de Cavanilles - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Antonio José Cavanilles y Palop (Valencia, 16 de enero de 1745 - Madrid, 5 de mayo de 1804) fue un científico ilustrado, botánico y naturalista español. Es uno de los autores principales de la Escuela Universalista Española del siglo XVIII

  7. Antonio José Cavanilles - Wikipedia

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    Antonio José Cavanilles (Valencia, 16 januari 1745 – Madrid, 5 mei 1804) was een Spaans rooms-katholiek priester en botanicus.. Biografie. Cavanilles studeerde aan de universiteit van zijn geboortestad Valencia, waar hij de diploma’s behaalde van magister in de filosofie (1762) en doctor in de theologie (1766).

  8. Antonio José Cavanilles — Wikipédia

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    Antonio José Cavanilles est un botaniste espagnol, né à Valence le 16 janvier 1745, mort à Madrid le 5 mai 1804. Il est l'un des principaux auteurs de l'École Universaliste Espagnole du XVIIIe siècle [1

  9. Antonio José de Cavanilles - Wikipedia

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    Bustu d'Antonio José de Cavanilles na Alamea de Valencia. Fundó y redactó, xunto a Cristianu Herrgen , Louis Proust y García Fernández , la revista científica Añales d'Historia Natural , que salió a la cai per vegada primera n'ochobre de 1799 , y que camudó'l so nome en xineru de 1801 pol de Añales de Ciencies Naturales .

  10. IES Cavanilles - Inicio

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    ies cavanilles La oferta académica de nuestro centro comprende Enseñanza Secundaria Obligatoria, Bachillerato en las especialidades de Humanidades-Ciencias Sociales y Científico Técnico así como Ciclos Formativos de Formación Profesional de grado básico, medio y superior.