John Eliot Howard (11 November 1807 – 22 November 1883) was an English chemist of the nineteenth century, who conducted pioneering work with the development of quinine. Howard was born in Plaistow, London, the son of Luke Howard a noted Quaker meteorologist and chemist. He worked at the family pharmaceutical manufacturing business of Howards and Sons. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in June 1874. The genus Howardia of the Rubiaceae was dedicated to him. The standard author abbreviation Howard is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name.

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  • John Eliot Howard ( 11 de noviembre de 1807 , Plaistow, Londres - 22 de noviembre de 1883 , Edmonton, Londres) fue un químico, botánico inglés, destacado quinólogo del s. XIX, notable por su obra pionera con el desarrollo de la quinina. Se casa con Maria Crewdson el 9 de septiembre de 1830. Howard fue electo miembro de la Royal Society y autor, incluyendo The Quinology of the East Indian Plantations (1869-1876), y de temas religiosos como un comentario de la Epístola a los Hebreos, e históricos como The Island Of The Saints, acerca de la reforma Protestante en Irlanda. Howard fue originalmente cuáquero, pero se convierte a través de encuentros con evangelistas en la nueva "Brooks Street Meeting House en Tottenham", hoy "Brook Street Chapel", que había sido fundada entre 1838 y 1839 por otros devotos cristianos como el padre de Howard, el célebre meteorólogo Luke Howard, el 'nombrador de nubes'. Un retrato de padre e hijo cuelga en la National Portrait Gallery de Londres. (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Howard et John Howard. John Eliot Howard (Plaistow dans l'Essex, 11 décembre 1807 - 12 mai 1883 ) est un botaniste et pharmacien britannique. John Eliot Howard est le second fils de Luke Howard et Mariabella Eliot. Son père, célèbre météorologiste est pharmacien. Il a reçu une éducation à domicile, mis à part deux ans à la Josiah Forster's School . En 1823, il est apprenti chez son père, à Stratford, et il étudie la chimie pratique. Il devient associé en 1828. Il se spécialise sur le quinquina et est fait membre de la Royal Society en 1874. Howard est l’abréviation botanique standard de John Eliot Howard. Consulter la liste des abréviations d'auteur ou la liste des plantes assignées à cet auteur par l'IPNI (fr)
  • John Eliot Howard (1807 — 1883) foi um botânico britânico Seu pai foi o famoso meteorologista Luke Howard (1772-1864). Especializou-se sobre a quinquina e foi membro da Royal Society, em 1874. Howard é a abreviatura padrão usada para indicar John Eliot Howard como autoridade na descrição e classificação científica de um nome botânico.(Lista dos táxones descritos por este autor no IPNI) (pt)
  • John Eliot Howard (11 November 1807 – 22 November 1883) was an English chemist of the nineteenth century, who conducted pioneering work with the development of quinine. Howard was born in Plaistow, London, the son of Luke Howard a noted Quaker meteorologist and chemist. He worked at the family pharmaceutical manufacturing business of Howards and Sons. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in June 1874. He was the author of scientific works including The Quinology of the East Indian Plantations (1869–1876), religious works including a commentary on the book of Hebrews and histories including The Island Of The Saints, about the Reformation in Ireland. Howard was originally a Quaker, but became connected with Christians meeting at the new Brooks Street Meeting House in Tottenham, now Brook Street Chapel, which was founded in 1838–1839 by a number of other Christians including Howard's brother Robert; his father Luke (the 'namer of clouds') helped to finance the building of the Chapel: a portrait of the father and son hangs in the National Portrait Gallery. Howard married Maria Crewdson on 9 September 1830 and the couple had seven children, including Joseph Howard, who was later Liberal MP for Tottenham. The family lived at Lord's Meade, Lordship Lane, Tottenham. Howard died in Edmonton, London at the age of 76 and is buried in Tottenham Cemetery. One of his grandchildren was the ornithologist, Henry Eliot Howard. The genus Howardia of the Rubiaceae was dedicated to him. The standard author abbreviation Howard is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
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  • John Eliot Howard (1807 — 1883) foi um botânico britânico Seu pai foi o famoso meteorologista Luke Howard (1772-1864). Especializou-se sobre a quinquina e foi membro da Royal Society, em 1874. Howard é a abreviatura padrão usada para indicar John Eliot Howard como autoridade na descrição e classificação científica de um nome botânico.(Lista dos táxones descritos por este autor no IPNI) (pt)
  • John Eliot Howard ( 11 de noviembre de 1807 , Plaistow, Londres - 22 de noviembre de 1883 , Edmonton, Londres) fue un químico, botánico inglés, destacado quinólogo del s. XIX, notable por su obra pionera con el desarrollo de la quinina. Se casa con Maria Crewdson el 9 de septiembre de 1830. Howard fue electo miembro de la Royal Society y autor, incluyendo The Quinology of the East Indian Plantations (1869-1876), y de temas religiosos como un comentario de la Epístola a los Hebreos, e históricos como The Island Of The Saints, acerca de la reforma Protestante en Irlanda. (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Howard et John Howard. John Eliot Howard (Plaistow dans l'Essex, 11 décembre 1807 - 12 mai 1883 ) est un botaniste et pharmacien britannique. John Eliot Howard est le second fils de Luke Howard et Mariabella Eliot. Son père, célèbre météorologiste est pharmacien. Il a reçu une éducation à domicile, mis à part deux ans à la Josiah Forster's School . En 1823, il est apprenti chez son père, à Stratford, et il étudie la chimie pratique. Il devient associé en 1828. Il se spécialise sur le quinquina et est fait membre de la Royal Society en 1874. (fr)
  • John Eliot Howard (11 November 1807 – 22 November 1883) was an English chemist of the nineteenth century, who conducted pioneering work with the development of quinine. Howard was born in Plaistow, London, the son of Luke Howard a noted Quaker meteorologist and chemist. He worked at the family pharmaceutical manufacturing business of Howards and Sons. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in June 1874. The genus Howardia of the Rubiaceae was dedicated to him. The standard author abbreviation Howard is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
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