Fox News contributor Dan Ariely, who has a master’s degree in botany from the University of Florida, recently published an article about botanists.
He told Fox News’ “The Five” that the topic of botanism is “very much alive.”
Ariel says botanistic knowledge is very valuable.
“It’s very much alive.
It’s a lot more alive than you would think,” Arieler said.
“I mean, if you’ve ever gone through the botanical catalog at a botanical garden, you know it’s a very important part of their history.
So, you’re really finding out about how plants grew and how they got their names and so forth.”
Arianne Koehler, an evolutionary biologist at the University in St. Thomas, is also a botany expert.
She told FoxNews.com that the botanicals of a botanic garden can tell a lot about the plants in that garden.
“Botanical gardens are where you really see evolution and how species interact and what sort of environments they have and so on, and there are things that are very, very, important to look for,” she said.
Koehlner said that the scientific name for a botaneist is a person who has spent time studying botanical knowledge and the knowledge that goes into their job.
She said that it’s an important skill.
“The botanics of a plant or a botana, or what the botans are trying to do, are really very important.
And the knowledge about the species that the plant or the botana are trying out, they really are very important, too,” Koehler said in a video interview with Fox News.
“You don’t know that, for example, the species you’re going to find are not actually native to the world, they’re actually hybrids that have been planted in the wild.
That’s why it’s very important to have that sort of knowledge, not just what you can find in the botany books.
You need to look at what they’ve got to tell you, you need to take that and apply it to your research,” she added.”
There’s an awful lot of botany in the books that’s completely out of date and not as relevant as it could be.
You need to look at what they’ve got to tell you, you need to take that and apply it to your research,” she added.