Kathleen Beyer Blackburn, British botanist

Kathleen Beyer Blackburn, British botanist

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Caption: Kathleen Beyer Blackburn (1892-1968), British botanist. Blackburn taught botany at Armstrong College (later renamed King's College) from 1918 to 1958. She is best remembered for her discovery in 1926 that plant cells have sex chromosomes.

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