Sampson, Kathleen (1892–1980)

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Sampson, Kathleen (1892–1980)

British mycologist and plant pathologist. Born Nov 23, 1892; died Feb 21, 1980; Royal Holloway College, University of London, BS, 1914, MSc, 1917.

Pioneer in herbage crops and cereal diseases, published research on Phylloglossum in Annals of Botany (1916); served as the president of the British Mycological Society (1938); worked as an assistant agricultural botany lecturer at University of Leeds (1915–17); served as an agricultural botany senior lecturer at University College of Wales, Aberystwyth (1919–45).

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