Prain, D. Bengal Plants. Botanical Survey of India, Calcutta. Mahbubur Rahman 1 ,.
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He worked for many years in India working in the Calcutta Botanical Garden and involved in cinchona cultivation in Darjeeling. He then studied Medicine at the University of Aberdeen , where he gained his M. He was demonstrator of anatomy at the College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in and , and at the University of Aberdeen in and In Prain was recommended to Sir George King — , home on leave from his position as director of the Royal Botanic Garden at Calcutta and looking for a medical student with botanical interests to enter the Indian Medical Service. In he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. In he was knighted by King George V. Perhaps Prain's most difficult time as Director of the Kew gardens was in the years when he was one of the lead players in an industrial dispute which pitted him against his garden staff and the Kew Garden trade union.
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