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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 1910-1911. Upon graduation, he became an instructor at Harvard, and worked with I. W. Bailey, the anatomist. From 1915-1928, he was at the Connecticut Agricultural College at Storrs, becoming Professor of Botany and Genetics. From 1928-1939, he was Professor of Botany at Barnard College 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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