Oral history interview with Christopher D. K. Cook about his research on the experimental taxonomy of Ranunculus, and his interaction with Anthony David Bradshaw concerning adaptive phenotypic plasticity in plants. Part 1 of 2.
AuthorCook, Christopher D. K.; http://www.digitalhps.org/concepts/CONe03b46bb-d9d2-4dff-9f87-9843fbafb1a5
MetadataShow full item record
SubjectEvolution (Biology)--History||Ecology--History||Cook, Christopher D. K.||Botany||Biology—Classification||Bradshaw, A. D. (Anthony David)
Christopher D. K. Cook was a botanist and experimental taxonomist who received his PhD from Cambridge in 1961. He worked at the Institut für systematische Botanik der Universität München and the Department of Botany at the University of Liverpool, before moving to Zurich where he oversaw the construction of the University Botanical Garden.