Carl von Linné the Young person
Carl von Linné known as Carolus Linnaeus the young person (Shelly sand, January 20th 1741 - Uppsala, November 1st 1783) is a naturalist Swedish, wire of the famous systematician of the same name Carl von Linné or Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778). To distinguish it from his father, one quotes it as a Linnaeus filius (shortened in botany in L.F. ).
The Linné young person attends the Université of Uppsala as of the nine years age when students of his father (of which Pehr Löfling (1729-1756), Daniel Solander (1733-1782) and Johann Peter Falck (1732-1774)) he teach sciences. In 1763, hardly 22 years old, it succeeds his/her father with the pulpit of medicine of Uppsala. Its nomination as a professor, without to have passed from defended examination nor of thesis, is worth the resentment of his/her colleagues to him.
Its work modest, is compared with that of his/her father. In its work best known, Supplementum Plantarum systematis vegetabilium , published in 1781, it supplements botanical descriptions of Linné and its disciples.
He inherits the immense scientific collections of his father and his correspondences. He gets busy to preserve the unit of it. He dies without child on November 1st 1783 of a Jaunisse contracted during a displacement with London. His/her mother Sara Elisabeth Moraea then sells the collections in Sir James Edward Smith (1759-1828), which will then bequeath them to the Société linnéenne of London.
- Carl Linnaeus wire. Botany drawn from Natural history museum of natural history of Sweden
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