Instructor: Douglas Daly, Ph.D.

Douglas Daly, Ph.D.
Douglas Daly is B.A. Krukoff Curator of Amazonian Botany and the Director of the Institute for Systematic Botany at The New York Botanical Garden. For more than three decades, he has studied the Amazon flora and the classification, evolution, and uses of the Burseraceae, one of the most important tree families throughout the tropics and the source of both frankincense and myrrh. You can view his Garden web site here.

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For centuries, traditional peoples across the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and the tropics have used resins from plants from the Burseraceae family—for illumination, rituals, fragrance, medicine, and even stimulating camel milk production. Douglas Daly, NYBG B. A. Krukoff Curator of more...
222BOT345 12/08 We 10:00am-1:00pm Daly, Ph.D.