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Franz Unger (1800–1870)

Unger, Franz (öng’er). An Austrian botanist and palæontologist; born at Leutschach in Styria, Nov. 30, 1800; died at Gratz, Feb. 13, 1870. Among his works are: ‘On the Influence of Soil on the Distribution of Plants’ (1836); ‘The Primordial World’ (1851); ‘Anatomy and Physiology of Plants’ (1855); ‘Scientific Memorabilia of a Tour in Greece and the Ionian Islands’ (1862); ‘The Island of Cyprus’ (1865).