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Lindsay Dixon Pryor was Professor of Botany, School of General Studies, Australian National University 1958-1976. His particular areas of interest were eucalypts and poplars. He wrote a number of books, including Trees and Shrubs in Canberra (1991, with . In 1971 he was awarded the NW Jolly Medal by the Institute of Foresters of Australia - the highest and most prestigious honour for outstanding service to the profession of forestry in Australia. Skip to. Related Entries. Pryor, L. and Johnson, L. A classification of the eucalypts, Australian National University, Canberra, 1971, 102 pp. Details. Pryor, Lindsay Dixon, Australian endangered species : eucalypts, Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra, 1981, 139 pp.
Lindsay Dixon Pryor AO (26 October 1915 – 17 August 1998) was an Australian botanist noted for his work on Eucalyptus taxonomy and his role in the landscape design of Canberra, including the foundation of the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Pryor was born in Moonta, South Australia; he attended Norwood High and the University of Adelaide and later went on to study at the Australian Forestry School in Canberra.
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Lindsay Dixon Pryor (1915-1998). born in Moonta, South Australia on 26 October 1915, died in Canberra, 17 August 1998). He was educated at the University of Adelaide and the Australian Forestry School in Canberra. This work reached its fulfilment in his much quoted, collaborative book with Lawrie Johnson, 'A Classification of the Eucalypts' published in 1971. Just about every subsequent paper on Eucalyptus cites this seminal work. Pryor followed in the great tradition of eucalypt specialists from Mueller, Maiden, and Blakely to Johnson.
following the informal classification of the eucalypts by Pryor and Johnson (1971). salinity Eucalyptus frost-prone. The influence of hardening and waterlogging on the frost resistance of subalpine eucalypts.
Lindsay Dixon Pryor AO (26 October 1915 - 17 August 1998) was an Australian botanist noted for his work on Eucalyptus taxonomy and his role in the landscape design of Canberra, including the foundation of the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Pryor was born in Moonta, South Australia; he attended Norwood High and the University of Adelaide and later went on to study at the Australian Forestry School in Canberra On 1 January 1958, Pryor became a Professor when he was appointed to the Foundation Chair of the Botany Department at the Canberra University College. He moved to the Australian National University when UCU was incorporated with the School of General Studies of the ANU.
Lindsay was born in Moonta, South Australia. After attending the University of Adelaide, he graduated from the Australian Forestry School in 1935 with the Schlich Medal. His first job was with Neil Cromer, whom he already knew from University days. Other titles include-. A classification of the eucalypts (with . Johnson), 1971; The biology of eucalypts, 1976; Australian endangered species: eucalypts (with . Briggs), 1981; Growing and breeding poplar in Australia (with . He combined his scientific knowledge of the eucalypts with a great practical interest in their cultivation