What Is a Botanist?


A botanist is a biologist that studies plants. Botanist started over 1000's of years ago when people needed to to learn if plants were edible, poisonous, or had medicinal use.
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A scientist who studies plants and trees and flowers e.t.c.
According to Salary Wizard, the United States national average salary for a botanist was $60,065 as of April 2011. The middle 50 percent of the profession earned between $49,613 and
A botanist is a biologist specializing in the study of plants. Do you have any more questions we
I imagine it would feel great. However, since money doesn't grow on trees, except the Money Tree, which I'm given to believe is grossly false advertising, it's difficult to pursue
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a specialist in botany.
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A botanist is a person who studies Botany, the branch of science devoted to the study of plants and plant life. George Washington Carver was an innovative botanist who discovered new uses for peanuts and sweet potatoes, which helped poor farmers grow cash crops. You can find more information here: www.botany.org
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