He was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Naples, Italy; he is an honorary foreign fellow of the Linnaean Society of London; he was given a Centennial award from the Botanical Society of America in 2006; and he received the merit award from the Botanical Society of America in 2010.
What does BSA stand for?
BSA stands for Botanical Society of America
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Besides his membership in The Ohio Academy of Science, Essman was a member of the Botanical Society of America, serving as publications manager.
Wherry Award from the Botanical Society of America (Anonymous, 1995).
Fort Leonard Wood is the Army's Executive Agent for Environmental Integration; -- The Botanical Society of America (BSA) is moving its headquarters to the Missouri Botanical Garden in St.
She described the results of her adventures to the annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America in Albuquerque, N.
The papers presented in this issue of The Botanical Review are the products of a symposium held at the annual Botanical Society of America meetings (Botany 2001) in Albuquerque, New Mexico in August 2001.