vareitates levissimas non curat botanicus?
Robinson, Dr. David
drobinson at bellarmine.edu
Fri Jan 19 18:39:24 EST 2001
Thank you everyone for all the knowledgeable feedback on the question of
what Linneaus' latin phrase (given in the Subject line) means....the best
answers are: "Botany does not care for very light (unimportant, trivial)
varieties (or differences)." or "The botanist does not trouble himself with
I got the latin quote from a paper concerning mutagenic analysis in
Arabidopsis.....the authors (Konz and Redei) were hinting that perhaps
Linneaus spoke too soon. Now that I know what the phrase means I think they
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