Charles Naudin

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CHARLES NAUDIN, whose contributions to science extend over the last sixty years, died on March 19, at Antibes, at the age of eighty-four. A systematist by his studies of the orders Melastomaceae and Cucurbitaceae, a biologist by his work on hybrids, he is perhaps best known by many contributions to economic botany.

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B., I. Charles Naudin. Nature 60, 58–59 (1899) doi:10.1038/060058a0

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