Department of Systematics, Biodiversity and Evolution of Plants (with Herbarium)

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JAAP, Otto 1864 - 1922
born: Triglitz, Mark Brandenburg died: Hamburg
Teacher, in Hamburg from 1887. Botanist (esp. interested in mosses, fungi and lichens).

Biography: Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 40: (77) - (87). 1922.
Bot. Arch. 4: 4 -8. 1923.
Z. Pflanzenkr. Gallenk. 32: 210 - 214. 1922.
GRUMMANN 1974.
Herbarium: HBG
GOET: Fungi: "Fungi selectae exsiccati". Ser. 1 - 14, 17 - 34. 1903 - 17. (The index
of which is also in Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brand. 47 - 59).


JABORNEGG zu GAMSENEGG und MODERNDORF, Markus Frh. von
1837 - 1910
born and died in Klagenfurt
Officer, later official (1876 - director of state chancellory). Taught at the school of horticulture in Klagenfurt and oversaw the botanical gardens there. 1901 - 1910; president of the state natural history museum. Botanist and vegetation scientist.

Biography: Carinthia II. 100: 97 - 114. 1910.
Österr. Biogr. Lex. 3: 51. 1965.
Herbarium: KL
GOET: Carinthia (also in Fl. Exs. Austro - Hung.).


JACHAN, Bernhard - 1939

Herbarium: GOET (acc. 1980). Silesia, Mark Brandenburg, Alps (only partly adequately
determined).


JACK, Joseph Bernhard 1818 - 1901
born: Stefansfeld, Salem parish died: Constance
1845 - 1874; pharmacist in Salem. Private scholar in Constance. Botanist and bryologist. Dr. h. c. at the university of Freiburg in Br. (1898).

Biography: Hedwigia 40; Beibl.: (177)-(180). 1901.
GRUMMANN 1974.
DAB 1: 301. 1975.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 219-221.
Herbarium: G (Hepaticae) & M
GOET: Bryophytes (ca. 250 Nr.), baden, Switzerland, Carinthia etc. in
RABENHORST, Bryotheca und Hepat. - Hep from Baden (Hb. Vo.).


JAEGER, Benedict 1789 - 1869
born: Vienna died: Brooklyn, N.Y.
Collector for the botanical garden in St. Petersburg: 1825 - 27 in southern Russia and Caucasia, 1827 - 28 on Haiti. Later lived in Princeton, NJ. Entomologist.

Biography: Symb. Ant. 3: 66 - 67. 1902.
Proceed. New Jersey Hist. Soc. N.S. 7: 196-207. 1922.
Herbarium: LE
GOET: A few specimens from Haiti (ex LE, acc. 1890).


JAHNS, Ernst Friedrich 1844 - 1897
born: Hanover died: Göttingen
Pharmacist, trained in several places including in Bern (under FLÜCKIGER). Studied in Göttingen, from 1870 at the university pharmacy where he worked from 1873. Pharmaceutical chemist (ethereal oils and alkaloides) and botanist.

Biography: Ber. Deutsch. Chem. Ges. 30, I: 907 - 908. 1897.
DAB 1: 302 - 303. 1975.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 223.
Herbarium: GOET: Areas around Göttingen , Switzerland (1866 / 67) (also bryophytes).


JAMESON, William 1796 - 1873
born: Edinburgh died: Quito, Ecuador
Doctor and botanist, from 1820 in south America, 1826 prof. in Quito, later there as director of the mint. Collected in several areas of south America.

Biography: Flora 56: 446 - 447. 1873.
J. Bot., London 11: 318 - 319. 1873.
Trans. Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinb. 12: 19 - 28. 1876.
Bibl. Bot. 116: 47 - 48. 1937.
DESMOND 1977.
Herbarium: Not known, material in several herbaria including BM, K and E.
GOET: Ecuador "in Andibus Quitensibus", 1859 (Hb. Gris.).


JAMIN, Pierre - 1866
died: Algiers (?)
Gardener in Algiers and Biskra, plant collector.

Biography: COSSON 1881: 52.
GOET: Algerian: "Pl. d'Algérie" 1850 / 51 (Hb. Gris.).


JANKA (von BULCS), Victor 1837 - 1890
born: Vienna died: Budapest
Officer and botanist. 1870 - 89; Curator of the botanical department of the national museum in Budapest.

Biography: Österr. Bot. Z. 15: 1 - 5. 1865.
Linnaea 33: 633 - 635. 1865.
Bot. Zeitung. 48: 630. 1890 (Obituary).
GOMBOCZ 1936: 481-484.
Herbarium: CL (BP)
GOET: Balkan penisula: "iter turcicum a. 1871", "iter turcicum secundum a. 1872"
(Hb. Gris.). Including types of several species.
Italy: "Iter italico - melitense a. 1874".

Revisions by: JANKA 1872 - 75 in Österr. Bot. Z. 22, 23 and 25.


JANZEN, Peter 1851 - 1922
born: Marienburg (Westpr.) died: Eisenach
Pharmacist (in Perleberg from 1898 and finally in Eisenach). Bryologist.

Biography: Mitt. Thür. Bot. Ver. N. F. 37: 1. 1927 (Obituary).
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 223.
GOET: Bryophytes (Hb. Krüger). Mark Brandenburg, 1889 - 1900. East and west
Prussia, 1881 - 1887. Thüringen, ca. 1915 - 1917.


JAQUET, Firmin 1858 - 1933
born: Grenilles (Ct. Fribourg) died: Fribourg (Freiburg)
Teacher at a "Volkschule", later worked as assistant at the natural history museum in Fribourg. Botanist, esp. interested in floristics of canton Fribourg, Alchemilla specialist.

Biography: Ber. Schweiz. Bot. Ges. 43: 5 - 7. 1934.
Herbarium: BERN
GOET Alchemilla, Switzerland (Hb. Vo.).


JENSEN, Thomas 1824 - 1877
Danish teacher (in Ranum). Bryologist.

Herbarium: C
GOET: Bryophytes from Denmark and Norway, ca. 50 Nr. in RABENHORST,
Byotheca and Hepaticae.


JEWETT, Adams 1807 - 1875

GOET: USA, Alabama (acc. 1866 & Hb. Gris.).


JOESTING, Friedrich 1865 - 1922
Pharmacist in Hildesheim, botanist.

Biography: SEELAND 1938: 27 - 28.
Herbarium: GOET (Hb. Hild.), mostly from around Hildesheim.


JOHANSON, Carl Johan 1858 - 1888
born: Östra Thorsås (Småland) died: Uppsala
Studied in Uppsala (Lic. Phil. 1886). Botanist (including mycologist). Drowned while trying to rescue someone.

Biography: Bot. Notiser 1888: 190 - 191. 1888.
Ann. Bot., London 2: 415. 1889.
Acta Hort. Berg. 3 (2): 44. 1903.
GOET: Sweden, 1877 - 78 (Hb. Vo.).


JONES, Marcus Eugene 1852 - 1934
born: Jefferson, Ashtabula Co., Ohio died: San Bernardino
Teacher, botanist and mining engineer. Collected specimens form western North America and in Mexico.

Biography: Proceed. Utah Acad. Sci. Arts Letters 15: 11 - 13. 1938.
Contr. US Nat. Herb. 29: 117 - 124. 1945.
EWAN 1981.
KNOBLOCH 1979: 32.
Herbarium: POM
GOET: USA: "Flora of Iowa" 1877.


JÜRGENS, Georg Heinrich Bernhard 1771 - 1846
born and died in Jever.
P.H.G. MOEHRING's grandson. Lawyer and mayor of Jever. Phycologist.

Biography: Ostfriesland 1970 (4): 7 - 8. 1970.
Herbarium: Material in Emden was destroyed in the war. Library at the Marien grammar
school in Jever (see also GEBHARDT 1977, Spezialbestände in deutschen
Bibliotheken, p. 252 - 253).
GOET: Algae from the north west coast of Germany. "Algae aquaticae, quas in litora
Dynastiam Jeveranam et Frisiam orientalem alluentis rejectas et in harum
terrarum aquis habiatantes". Extant: Volume 1 (text only), 3, 5, 11, 12, 13, 14,
17, 18, 19.


JURATZKA, Jacob 1821 - 1878
born: Olmütz died: Vienna
Engineer. Bryologist. After his death appeared “Die Laubmoosflora von Oesterreich-Ungarn”. Leipzig 1882 (including a short biography).

Biography: Österr. Bot. Z. 23: 1 - 4. 1873; 28: 413. 1878.
Verh. Zool. - Bot. Ges. Vienna 28: 50 - 52. 1878.
Österr. Biogr. Lex. 3: 154 - 155. 1965.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 226-227.
Herbarium: W
GOET: Bryophytes (Vienna and surroundings), ca. 25 Nr. in RABENHORST,
Bryotheca and Hepaticae.