Georg Heinrich Weber
|Intro||German botanist and physician|
|Was||Scientist Botanist Physician Professor Educator|
|Type||Academia Healthcare Science|
|Birth||27 July 1752, Göttingen, Germany|
|Death||7 July 1828, Kiel, Germany (aged 75 years)|
Georg Heinrich Weber (27 July 1752 Göttingen – 25 July 1828 Kiel) was a German botanist, physician and professor at the University of Kiel. He was also the father of Friedrich Weber, the German entomologist. In botany, Weber was known for his work on lichens, algae, and bryophytes in addition to seed plants. The standard author abbreviation Weber is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.