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Arthur Cronquist: Quiz

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Question 1: These are Cronquistia, a possible synonym of Carphochaete, and Cronquistianthus, which is sometimes included as a group within ________.
TamaulipaEupatorieaeAsteraceaeEupatorium

Question 2: Due to a childhood accident, Cronquist's right arm was partially disabled, making him unfit for military service in ________.
Second Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 3: The young boy was an avid member of the ________, through which he gained an appreciation for the outdoors.
Boy Scouts of America membership controversiesHistory of the Boy Scouts of AmericaBoy Scouts of AmericaJersey Shore Council

Question 4: Instead he began work on his doctorate at the ________ under C.O.
University of MichiganUniversity of MinnesotaUniversity of Wisconsin–MadisonMichigan State University

Question 5: Arthur Cronquist is probably best remembered for his work dealing with his ________, which was laid down in:
RosalesCronquist systemAPG III systemDicotyledon

Question 6: He died of heart failure on March 22, 1992 while studying specimens of Mentzelia at the herbarium at ________.
BYU Cougars footballLaVell Edwards StadiumBrigham Young UniversityJ. Reuben Clark Law School

Question 7: Arthur Cronquist was born on March 19, 1919 in San Jose, California, but he grew up outside of Portland, Oregon as well as in Pocatello, ________.
AlabamaIdahoColoradoConnecticut

Question 8: Before returning to the New York Botanical Garden where he would spend the rest of his career, he worked as a botanist in ________ with the U.S.
PragueAmsterdamBerlinBrussels

Question 9: His parents divorced when he was young and he and his older sister were brought up by his mother who worked for the ________ in Pocatello.
Chicago Great Western RailwayChicago and North Western Transportation CompanyUnion Pacific RailroadSouthern Pacific Transportation Company

Question 10: King and the latter by him and ________.
BromeliaceaeHarold E. RobinsonBotanyCarl Linnaeus







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