Ray, John

Ray, John
Wray, John

Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione. 2010.

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  • RAY (JOHN) — RAY JOHN (1627 1705) Naturaliste anglais, surnommé le «Pline anglais», John Ray (ou Wray, en latin Raius) donne un souffle nouveau à la zoologie. Après avoir étudié à Cambridge, il enseigne à vingt tois ans le grec et les mathématiques. Attiré… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ray,John — Ray, John. 1627 1705. English naturalist who was the first to use anatomy to distinguish between specific plants and animals and established “species” as the basic classification of living things. * * * …   Universalium

  • Ray, John — born Nov. 29, 1627, Black Notley, Essex, Eng. died Jan. 17, 1705, Black Notley British naturalist and botanist. He attended Cambridge University and spent many years there as a fellow. With Francis Willughby (1635–1672) he undertook a complete… …   Universalium

  • Ray , John — (1627–1705) English naturalist and taxonomist Ray, a blacksmith s son from Black Notley, Essex, attended Braintree Grammar School, where he benefited from a trust established to finance needy scholars at Cambridge University. He graduated in 1648 …   Scientists

  • Ray, John — (29 nov. 1627, Black Notley, Essex, Inglaterra–17 ene. 1705, Black Notley). Naturalista y botánico británico. Estudió en la Universidad de Cambridge y pasó ahí muchos años como miembro de la entidad. Junto con Francis Willughby (n.1635–m.1672)… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • RAY, JOHN —    English naturalist, born in Essex; studied at Cambridge; travelled extensively collecting specimens in the departments of both botany and zoology, and classifying them, and wrote works on both as well as on theology (1628 1705) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Ray, John — (1627 1705)    Naturalist, s. of a blacksmith at Black Notley, Essex, was at Camb., where he became a Fellow of Trinity, and successively lecturer on Greek and mathematics. His first publication was a Latin catalogue of plants growing near… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • John Ray — John Ray. John Ray (29 de noviembre de 1627 en la villa de Black Notley, cerca de Braintree (Essex) 17 de enero de 1705 en Black p Notley),fue un naturalista inglés, a veces llamado el padre de la historia natural británica. Hasta 1670, firmó… …   Wikipedia Español

  • John Ray — (* 29. November 1627 in Black Notley, Braintree, Essex; † 17. Januar 1705 ebenda) war ein britischer Theologe, Altphilologe und Naturforscher und wird auch als Vater der englischen Botanik bezeichnet. Vor 1670 schrieb er sich John Wray …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • RAY — steht für: Ray (Persien), auch Rayy, eine Industriestadt in Iran Ray (North Dakota), USA Ray (Arizona) Ray sur Saône, Gemeinde im französischen Département Haute Saône beim Bookcrossing die Abkürzung für einen Bookray ein österreichisches… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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