Ivan Parfenievich Borodin

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Ivan Parfenievich Borodin

Ivan Parfenievich Borodin (30 January 1847 - 5 March 1930) was a Russian botanist, academician, and the founding president of the Russian Botanical Society of the Russian Academy of Sciences.[1] He campaigned for the protection of natural spaces.[2][3]

His wife was Alexandra Grigoryevna and his daughter was the historian Inna Lubimenko.[4]


  1. ^ "Saint Petersburg encyclopaedia". www.encspb.ru.
  2. ^ "Baikal-lake - The Baikal Images". www.baikal-center.ru.
  3. ^ "Protection of nature monuments" – via www.prlib.ru.
  4. ^ Любименко Инна Ивановна, M. N. Rumynskaya, Saint Petersberg Institute of History. Retrieved 9 December 2019.