O'Neil Ray Collins

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American mycologist

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According to Wikipedia, O'Neil Ray Collins was an American botanist, mycologist, and specialist in slime-mold genetics. Early life Collins was born in Plaisance, Louisiana in 1931, and graduated from the local high school in 1948. After serving the United States Army in Europe, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in botany in January 1957 from Southern University. His interest in mycology was cultivated by Lafayette Frederick, a professor at Southern. Collins later attended the University of Iowa and studied under Constantine J. Alexopoulos, receiving his master's in 1959 and doctorate in 1961. His thesis involved the study of slime-molds in the genera Physarum and Didymium.

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