Botanists - as in Botanical Gardens.
Botanists, or plant biologists.
There are many types of biologists. Some work with microorganisms while others study multicellular organisms. Some types of biologists are botanists, zoologist, geneticist, evolutionary biologists, paleontologist, and Ichnologist.
Anthropologists, botanists, meteorologists, agrnomists, and forensic scientists to name a few.
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Many careers use biology in their work. Aquatic biologists, marine biologists, limnologist, biochemists, botanists, mycologists, physiologists, biophysicists, computational biologists zoologists, herpetologists, cnidariologists, entomologists, ecologists, vets, doctors, and even dentist all use biology in their field.
Biologists study life; they can be considered to be of two kinds: zoologists study animals, and botanists study plants.
They are called botanists, zoologists, biologists, and hobbyists. But technically humans are animals too and everyone "studies" humans in some sense.
Botanists and Horticulturists are biologists who study cactus plants [Cactaceae family] and African violets [Saintpaulia spp].
There are many careers that involve using carbon-14. Some of them are landscape management, gardeners, botanists, horticulturists, agriculturists, and marine biologists.
If they did not, they would not be botanists.
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Protists are different from any other organisms found in the animal or bacteria kingdom. For this reason, they are seen as heterotrophic or autotrophic by biologists and botanists.
Zoologists study animals and botanists study plants. Biologists study both plants and animals together. Microbiologists study these things at a cellular level.
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Eduardo Quisumbing is the prince of filipino botanists.
Scientists who study plants are called botanists
Because people who naturally enjoy studying plants become botanists.
Microscopes are very common in any kind of lab. If you get a job where you have to analyze different biological samples will most probably have to use a microscope. Clinical lab technicians, biologists, botanists etc are some of the jobs where you have to use microscopes frequently.
This depends on your field of study. Botanists might prefer a large stick bug, while biologists may enjoy the company of reptiles such as chameleons, snakes, or frogs. Although, when you come down to it, it is your choice what pet you want.