Williams, Llewelyn, 1901-1980

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Llewelyn Williams (1901-1980) was an economic botanist who specialized in the study of tropical American woods, rainforest products and latex producing plants. From 1926 to 1952, he served as Curator of Economic Botany at the Field Museum in Chicago.

From the description of Llewelyn Williams papers 1901-1980. (New York Botanical Garden). WorldCat record id: 47066145

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creatorOf Williams, Llewelyn, 1901-1980. Llewelyn Williams papers 1901-1980. New York Botanical Garden, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library
referencedIn Society for Economic Botany (U.S.). Records, 1958-1982. Campbell University, Wiggins Memorial Library
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Amazon River Valley
Orinoco River Watershed (Venezuela and Columbia)
Venezuela
South America
Tropics
Brazil
Subject
Rain forest ecology
Botany
Plant exudates
Forests and forestry
Chicle
Defoliation
Trees
Botany, Economic
Gums and resin
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Birth 1901

Death 1980

English,

Welsh

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