Position Overview

Botanists explore the biology of all types of plants to increase scientific knowledge and apply this knowledge in areas such as conservation and management of natural resources, agriculture, forestry, horticulture, medicine and biotechnology.

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Botanist Resume Example



Anna L. Johnson

17 Example Street, Houston, TX 65555
(004) 040-9999, email


Driven and results-oriented Botanist seeking a challenging position in a reputed company taking advantage of my qualifications and botany skills.

• Over 9 years of experience as a botanist
• In depth knowledge of conducting floristic surveys in Northern Texas
• Extremely interested in plants and research
• Working experience of federal and state rare species act and wetland permitting

Sep 2012 – Present
ABC Company – Houston, TX
• Rummage around for classifying new species of plants and categorize plant specimens
• Work with other botanists to build up drugs, medicines and additional products from plants
• Examine the effects of ecological factors for example rainfall, hotness, sunlight, soil, topography and infection on plant development
• Prepare technical reports and papers
• Supervise and organize the work of technical support staff

Aug 2008 – Sep 2012
TYL LLC – Houston, TX
• Arranged handbooks for plant identification
• Studied the life and rate of plant chromosomes, cells and tissues
• Used PC for information and data storage, and for examination of data
• Grew plants in proscribed conditions to review the significance of ecological and genetic variables
• Studied the genetics of plants by means of biochemical and molecular methods in the laboratory and so decide the patterns of plant development

University of Texas, Austin, TX – 2007
Bachelor of Science in Botany

Wetland delineation training

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