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D.B. Munro, Ernest Small, "Les légumes du Canada "
NRC Research Press | 1997 | ISBN: 0660954184 | 437 pages | PDF | 17,8 MB
About the Author
Derek Munro graduated with an Honours BSc. in Botany from the University of Guelph in 1976 and has worked for the Research Branch of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada since 1977. His expertise is in general systematics of economic plants, and especially in computerized informatics. Mr. Munro has authored many scientific papers, notably on native Canadian plants, weeds and poisonous plants. In 1993 he published The Canadian Poisonous Plants Information System, a large computerized guide to the toxicity of plants both to humans and livestock, which is now available on the internet. Mr. Munro is currently a Systems Data Manager, with responsibilities for presentation of biological information in computerized databases and on the internet. As a member of a team responsible for new Internet/Intranet technologies in the Research Branch of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, he is a co-recipient of the Canadian government s Agcellence Award for innovation in 1996-1997.
Dr. Ernest Small received a doctorate in plant evolution from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1969, and has since been employed with the Research Branch of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, where he presently holds the status of Principal Research Scientist. He is the author of over 170 scientific publications on economic plants. His six books, include Culinary Herbs and Vegetables of Canada published by NRC Press, both of which received the Canadian Government's AgCellence Award in 1998. Dr. Small's career has included dozens of appearances as an expert botanical witness in court cases, acting as an adviser to national governments, presenting numerous invited university and professional association lectures, supervising post-graduate students at various universities, and media interviews. He has received several professional honours, including two recent awards from the government of Canada for accomplishments in alfalfa improvement and crop diversification; the G.M. Cooley Prize of the American Association of Plant Taxonomists for work on the marihuana plant; and the George Lawson Medal, the most prestigious award of the Canadian Botanical Association, for lifetime contributions to botany. uploading.com depositfiles.com