doctorate in medicine and science from the University of Turin
1870s studies in Munich, and at Strassburg with de Bary
professor of botany at University of Bologna and the Istituto di Studi Superiori of Florence
1900 professor of botany and director of the botanical garden at the University of Turin
Mattirolo had a wide range of interests in botany, including the phanerogamous plants, especially those used in agriculture (he was president of the Royal Academy of Agriculture for a while). His specialty was the hypogeousfungi, monographing them for Europe and Africa.
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