Gustav Karl Wilhelm Hermann Karsten
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Gustav Karl Wilhelm Hermann Karsten
Hermann Karsten, 1894

Gustav Karl Wilhelm Hermann Karsten (6 November 1817, in Stralsund - 10 July 1908, in Zoppot) was a German botanist and geologist.

Born in Stralsund, he followed the example of Alexander von Humboldt and traveled 1844-56 the northern part of South America (Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia). From 1856 to 1868, he was a professor at the agricultural college in Berlin, afterwards serving as a professor of plant physiology at the University of Vienna (1868-72).[1] In 1881, at the suggestion of David Friedrich Weinland, Karsten became convinced of the correctness of Otto Hahn's organic theory of the chondrites and, as a result, wrote an essay entitled "Die Meteorite und ihre Organismen"[2] in which he declared his support for Hahn's theory. He died 1908 in Berlin-Grunewald.

As a taxonomist, he was the binomial author of many botanical species.[3]

Selected bibliography

  • Florae Columbiae ... 1859-1869. (Vol. 1: Digital edition / Vol. 2: Digital edition by the University and State Library Düsseldorf)
  • Chemismus der Pflanzenzelle 1869.
  • Deutsche Flora. Pharmaceutisch-medicinische Botanik 1880-1883; second edition 1894-1895.
  • Hermann Karsten (1851) y Wilhelm Sievers (1888): las primeras descripciones e interpretaciones sobre el órigen de las terrazas aluviales en la Córdillera de Mérida. C. Schubert. Bol. Hist. Geocien. Venez., 44, pp 15-19
  • "Die Meteorite und ihre Organismen", 1881 - The Meteorite and its Organisms.[4]

References

  1. ^ © Universität Zürich, Zürcher Herbarien Archived 2014-12-19 at the Wayback Machine short biography
  2. ^ http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/249495308 WorldCat permalink
  3. ^ IPNI List of plants described and co-described by Karsten.
  4. ^ https://archive.org/details/the-meteorite-and-its-organisms archive.org English translation
  5. ^ IPNI.  H.Karst.

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