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The young boy was an avid member of the Boy Scouts of Americathrough which he gained an appreciation for the outdoors.
During his time there he studied field botany under Botanica basica arthur cronquist J. Davis, who was compiling the Flora of Idaho at the time. After receiving his bachelor's degree in in Biology, he went on to earn a master's degree in Biology at Utah State University in working under Bassett Maguire.
In the same year he married Mabel Allred, who he remained with until his death. They had two children and a fondness for cats.
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Due to a childhood accident, Cronquist's right arm was partially disabled, making him unfit for military service in World War II. Instead he began work on his doctorate at the University of Minnesota under C.
Rosendahlearning his PhD in Botany in His dissertation was a revision of the genus Erigeron. From to he held a position at the University of Georgiafollowed by botanica basica arthur cronquist three-year position at Washington State University.
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Before returning to the New York Botanical Garden where he would spend the rest of his career, he worked as a botanist in Brussels with the U. He was 73 years old.
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Cronquist's classification method, known as the "Cronquist system," incorporates information on plant chemistry, Apr 27, The Scientist Staff Arthur Cronquist, a senior scientist at the New York Botanical Garden who developed an evolutionary classification system for flowering plants that has become a standard in the field, died March Cronquist's classification botanica basica arthur cronquist, known as the "Cronquist system," incorporates information on plant chemistry, the fossil record, and physical characteristics.
Cronquist completed revisionary studies but primarily as part of his preparations for floristic projects.
Cronquist, who had summer jobs as a youth with the U. Forest Service in Idaho working on a range management project and was also an assistant to the Park Naturalist at Sequoia National Park in California, recognized that, too often, plant systematists produced works primarily for others in their own discipline.
His return to the New York Botanical Garden propelled Cronquist into botanica basica arthur cronquist position of being the foremost floristic botanist of his time, and besides his collaborations with Gleason, he contributed heavily to the Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest — and Intermountain Flora — Cronquist also excelled in instructing the next generation of floristic workers.
His first doctoral student, Theodore Barkley, was a co-editor of Flora of the Great Plains and lead editor of the three Asteraceae volumes for the Flora of North America Cronquist expanded his interests to include general systems of classification and began publishing on the subject in Many plant systematists refer to the relationships outlined in An Integrated System as the Cronquist-Takhtajan system, since the men so strongly collaborated with botanica basica arthur cronquist another.
However, a case could be made that Dahlgren could have also contributed a significant future volume on the subject had it not been for his untimely death in an auto accident.
Cronquist also used his considerable skills as a writer to reach a generation of general botany students. Introductory Botany, published in 2nd ed. In both texts Cronquist framed the details of plant structure, function, and diversity within the context of organic evolution.