Botanists, or plant biologists.
Botanists - as in Botanical Gardens.
Anthropologists, botanists, meteorologists, agrnomists, and forensic scientists to name a few.
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.
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Biologists study life; they can be considered to be of two kinds: zoologists study animals, and botanists study plants.
A biological field is for biologists, they use nature as a laboratory and combine the principles of biology, the physical sciences and mathematics to study the diversity and interactions of plants, animals and microorganisms in their natural environments. Thus, field biologists include ecologists, zoologists, botanists, population biologists, taxonomists, physiologists, wildlife and fisheries biologists, microbiologists and others.
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.
They are called botanists, zoologists, biologists, and hobbyists. But technically humans are animals too and everyone "studies" humans in some sense.
There are many careers that involve using carbon-14. Some of them are landscape management, gardeners, botanists, horticulturists, agriculturists, and marine biologists.
Botanists and Horticulturists are biologists who study cactus plants [Cactaceae family] and African violets [Saintpaulia spp].
If they did not, they would not be botanists.