Edmund Ware Sinnott

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American botanist

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According to Wikipedia, Edmund Ware Sinnott was an American botanist and educator. Sinnott is best known for his work in plant morphology. Career Sinnott received his Bachelor of Arts , Master of Arts , and Doctor of Philosophy , all from Harvard University. During his freshman year of college, he lived in Stoughton Hall. Sinnott studied in Australia with Arthur Johnson Eames from 1910 to 1911. Upon graduation, he became an instructor at Harvard, and worked with I. W. Bailey, the anatomist. From 1915 to 1928, he was at the Connecticut Agricultural College at Storrs, becoming Professor of Botany and Genetics. From 1928 to 1939, he was Professor of Botany at Barnard College, where he helped refurbish the Arthur Ross Greenhouse, and chair of the Botany Department at Columbia University . In 1940, he moved to Yale University to become Sterling Professor of Botany, chair of the Botany Department , director of the Marsh Botanical Garden , dean of the Graduate School and director of Sheffield Scientific School .

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