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Hakea

genus of plants in family Proteaceae; some species contain cyanogenic glycosides. Includes H. dactyloides (finger hakea), H. salicifolia (H. saligna, willow-leaved hakea).
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The classroom scenarios the Hakea students created in their stories were dynamic: children worked together, played games and moved around.
Preliminary results of the TTML Learning Mathematics Survey indicate that the Hakea children were not alone: primary students at other schools also named an outdoors lesson in measurement as the favourite of all the mathematics classes they had ever experienced.
According to co-author Dr Mick Hanley, of the University of Plymouth, animals that eat the red Hakea flowers may learn to associate the colour with the bitter taste produced by the cyanide.
However, this evidence also suggests that at least Persoonia and Grevillea+ Hakea have undergone rapid, recent diversification in southwestern Australia, consistent with the relatively recent development of drier climates in the Neogene.
In this issue we have two papers that discuss some of nature's myriad strategies--from alcoholic nectar in Grevillea and Eucalyptus species to differences in the woody follicles of Hakea decurrens.
Tutin Hakea salicifolia Proteaceae Australia (Vent.
Porcupine grass forms almost pure stands in the Kata Tjuta Massif, while on the less steep slopes there are species of Acacia, Cassia, and Hakea.
polyanthemos, Pomaderris aspera, Elaeocarpus reticulatus, Hakea eriantha, Acacia dealbata, A.
Survival of serotinous seedbanks during bushfires: Comparative studies of Hakea species from southeastern Australia.
Varying degrees of serotiny are expressed in the genus Hakea (Groom and Lamont 1997), with some species believed to recruit only after fire as obligate reseeders.
Within genera of the Proteaceae, the proportions of resprouters include Adenanthos (56%), Hakea (52%), Dryandra (35%), and Grevillea (31%).
The habitat in which the snake was captured is described as an ecotone between dry heathland dominated by Heath Banksia Banksia ericifolia, Scrub She-oak Allocasuarina distyla, Broadleaved Drumsticks Isopogon anemonifolius and Dagger Hakea Hakea teretifolia, and dry forest dominated by Turpentine Syncarpia glomulifera.