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  • Jeanne Baret – Women in Exploration

    Some of Baret’s and Commerson’s specimens were incorporated into the French National Herbarium, and her legacy lives on in the flowering species Solanum baretiae. Jeanne Baret was born on July 27, 1740, in La Comelle, a small village in the Burgundy region of France. She was the daughter of French laborers, Jean Baret and Jeanne Pochard.

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  • Jeanne Baret, botanist and first circumnavigator ...

    Jan 03, 2012· A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an overlooked contributor to the history of botany. PhytoKeys , 2012; 8 (0): 37 DOI: 10.3897/phytokeys.8.2101 Cite This Page :

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  • Jeanne Baret (1740-1807) | History of American Women

    Apr 27, 2020· Solanum baretiae Jeanne relied on Commerson for her livelihood as without him she was penniless and had no way to return to France. They lived together in Mauritius with Jeanne tending the house, and the collections which totalled almost 6,000 specimens and her sick lover until his death in 1773 from dysenteryas well as a broken ulcer in his chest.

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  • Jeanne Baret, botanist and first circumnavigator ...

    author of The Discovery of Jeanne Baret (Crown, 2010). This is a Solanum branch with immature fruits. Mature fruits are orange. Credit: Lynn Bohs S. baretiae is a vine endemic to the Amotape-

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  • New to nature No 70: Solanum baretiae | Science | The Guardian

    Apr 08, 2012· After 250 years the exploits of French plant hunter Jeanne Baret are being recognised by naming a nightshade in her honour Quentin Wheeler Sat 7 …

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  • A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an ...

    Figure 2. Solanum baretiae Tepe. A Habit B Flower showing reflexed corolla and bud C Flower with flat corolla D Mature fruit e Immature fruit; note mottling, which is absent in the mature fruit. [AB Tepe and McCarthy 3346; C Tepe et al. 2885; D Bohs et al. 3735; E Tepe et al. 2888]. - "A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an overlooked contributor to the history of botany"

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  • Solanum baretiae - BPotD Archives being removed

    Mar 08, 2014· I chose Jeanne Baret, who is the namesake for Solanum baretiae. Jeanne Baret (1740-1807) was an accomplished botanist and unwitting French explorer who took considerable risks in order to do what she loved: botanize. While pursuing this passion, she became the first woman to circumnavigate the world.

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  • A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an ...

    38 Eric. J. Tepe et. al. / PhytoKeys 8: 37–47 (2012) Keywords Amotape-Huancabamba zone, Andes, Ecuador, Jeanne Baret, new species, Peru, section Solanum Anar- rhichomenum introduction Botanizing in the 15th–19 centuries, when naturalists traveled on board ships that sailed to little known parts of the world, must have been truly extraordinary.

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  • Celebrating Women’s History Month: Jeanne Baret, the Man ...

    Mar 07, 2013· She was more recently, however, commemorated in the specific name of a new species of Solanum from Ecuador – far from where she travelled and collected plants (3).Solanum baretiae Tepe et al. is a relative of the potato and tomato from the cloud forests of the Andes – its link to Baret is its highly variable leaves. Many species of Solanum have simple leaves, just an elliptical shape with ...

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  • Jeanne Baret - Dangerous Women Project

    Jul 27, 2016· Publicity surrounding the latter led Ridley to collaborate with field biologist Eric Tepe on naming a new plant species, Solanum baretiae, in honor of eighteenth-century botanist Jeanne Baret, and their co-authored paper was published in PhytoKeys in January 2012.

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  • Jeanne Baret, Solanum baretiae | Sóc d'Alcàsser, sóc de l ...

    Jeanne Baret, Solanum baretiae Publicat el 27 Juliol 2013 per jesuslerma A primers de setembre de l’any passat vaig parlar dels homes que feren la primera volta completa al món sota el comandament de Juan Sebastian Elcano ; hui l’entrada serà protagonitzada per la primera dona que aconseguí, 250 anys després, fer la volta al món completa.

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  • Jeanne Baret, the Forgotten First Woman to Circle the ...

    Jul 20, 2019· Jeanne Baret was born in 1740 in France’s Loire Valley to dirt poor parents. Her father was a day laborer who helped farm the estates of aristocrats. As she grew up on farms, Jeanne was exposed to all the plants of the French countryside. With no formal education, the young developed a strong knowledge of botany.

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  • A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an ...

    Sep 16, 2011· We describe Solanum baretiae sp. nov., a new species of Solanum section Anarrhichomenum, named in honor of Jeanne Baret, who sailed as the assistant to botanist Philibert Commerson on Louis Antoine de Bougainville’s global circumnavigation (1766–1769). The species is similar to S. chimborazense, but differs inlarger flowers, more flowers per inflorescence, and different …

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    From 1766 to 1769, Baret collected some of the more notable botanical specimens for the voyage. Baret is recognized as the first woman to circumnavigate the globe, and in 2012, a new South American species in the potato-tomato family, Solanum baretiae , was named in her honor.

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  • A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an ...

    Jan 03, 2012· We describe Solanum baretiae sp. nov., a new species of Solanum section Anarrhichomenum, named in honor of Jeanne Baret, who sailed as the assistant to botanist Philibert Commerson on Louis Antoine de Bougainville’s global circumnavigation (1766–1769).The species is similar to Solanum chimborazense, but differs in having larger flowers, more flowers per …

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  • The Real Jeanne Baret and Untangling Women Scientists from ...

    Oct 22, 2020· In 1769, Jeanne Baret became the first woman to circumnavigate the globe.It was a journey someone like her was never supposed to make. As a French peasant living in the last vestiges of feudalism, Baret was, statistically, never supposed to travel more than 20 miles from her birthplace. Baret was an herb woman.

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    A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an overlooked contributor to the history of botany. By. Tepe, Eric J. Ridley, Glynis Bohs, Lynn Type. Article. Date of Publication. 2012 ... Ecuador , Jeanne Baret , new species ...

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    Jan 05, 2012· A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an overlooked contributor to the history of botany

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  • Jeanne BARET - Scientific Women

    Jeanne Baret (sometimes spelled Baré or Barret) was a member of Louis Antoine de Bougainville's expedition on the ships La Boudeuse and Étoile in 1766–1769. Baret is recognized as the first woman to have completed a voyage of circumnavigation of the globe. Jeanne Baret joined the expedition disguised as a man, calling herself Jean Baret.

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  • Jeanne Baret's Bougainvillea - The Planthunter

    Sep 05, 2019· Baret strapped her breasts flat with strips of linen and boarded the ship. For nearly two years, she concealed her gender, although according to Glenys Ridley in The Discovery of Jeanne Baret (2010), there was ongoing suspicion amongst the crew. At one time she told them that she was a eunuch, hoping that this might quell their curiosity.

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  • Jeanne Baret – Naturalist and 18th Century World Traveler

    Jeanne Baret was the first such woman to travel around the world in a sailing ship, and she did it disguised as a man. How Jeanne Baret Might Have Dressed / In Public Domain Sailing ships in the 18th century were still crude and unreliable; shipwrecks were common and diseases, including scurvy and syphilis (sailors headed for brothels when in ...

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  • [PDF] A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an ...

    Abstract We describe Solanum baretiae sp. nov., a new species of Solanum section Anarrhichomenum, named in honor of Jeanne Baret, who sailed as the assistant to botanist Philibert Commerson on Louis Antoine de Bougainville’s global circumnavigation (1766–1769). The species is similar to Solanum chimborazense, but differs in having larger flowers, more flowers per inflorescence, and ...

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  • The Monstrous Regiment of Women: Jeanne Baret: Around the ...

    Jul 27, 2015· Baret's was undiscovered until 1768. Accounts of how Jeanne's true identity came to be known vary--according to some accounts, the identification was made when the expedition was in Tahiti, but Ridley thinks the most likely is that, shortly after leaving the island, the crew (or other servants--details vary) stripped "him," and then gang-raped her on the island of New Ireland (now in Papua ...

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  • Who was the first woman to sail around the world? | Royal ...

    In 2012 a vegetable related to the tomato and the potato was named Solanum baretiae in her honour. Jeanne Baret timeline. Many of the exact dates of Baret’s life are uncertain. 27 July 1740. Baret born in the Burgundy region of France. Between 1760 and 1764.

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  • Botanical explorer Jeanne Baret finally gets her due - The ...

    Jan 16, 2012· The flowering arm of a new species of Solanum, named for botanical explorer Jeanne Baret, 1740-1807, who was the first woman to travel around the world. Photo by Eric Tepe, University of Utah French 18th-century botanist Jeanne Baret, pictured in this 1816 engraving, disguised herself as a man so she could travel on a scientific expedition ...

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  • The extraordinary circumnavigation of Jeanne Baret ...

    Jul 27, 2020· Jeanne Baret was a talented and ambitious young woman who escaped a life of rural poverty in the mid-18th century and, disguised as a man, set out on a risky journey of botanical discovery. In doing so she became the first woman known to circumnavigate the globe. The first known image of Jeanne Baret, from 1816.

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  • Biology Professor Finds Fame in Name - University of ...

    Jan 30, 2012· Solanum. named for Jeanne Baret, an overlooked contributor to the history of botany, was published Jan. 3 in the PhytoKeys research journal. It examines the taxonomy of wild relatives of potatoes, which like Baret have been ignored for centuries, Tepe said. These particular plants are non-tuberous, meaning they don t produce an edible spud, and ...

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  • Jeanne Barret, First Woman to Sail Around the World

    Apr 09, 2021· For more than a century, researchers and botanists such as Buffon, Lacépède, and Jussieu profited from her work. In 2012, scientists discovered a new species of plant in South America which they named Solanum Baretiae, after Barret. In 2018, astronomers discovered a new range of small mountains on Pluto, which the named Baret Montes.

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