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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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Within genera of the Proteaceae, the proportions of resprouters include Adenanthos (56%), Hakea (52%), Dryandra (35%), and Grevillea (31%).
Innerhalb der Familie der Proteaceae sind Pflanzen, die wieder austreiben, antelismaBig zu 56% in Adenanthos, zu 52% in Hakea, zu 35% in Dryandra, und zu 31% in Grevillea vertreten.
Of the genera examined in detail, the proportions of resprouting members of the proteaceous genera of Western Australia are Adenanthos (56%), Banksia (49%), Dryandra (35%), Grevillea (31%), and Hakea (52%).
Hakea obliqua and Beaufortia elegans, two reseeding species of the Northern Sandplain illustrate this (Bell et al.
Studies with Hakea ruscifolia, a small-seeded, resprouting species, H.
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.
The classroom format was equally important to the Hakea students, with all but two of the children commenting on this.
On an earlier visit to Hakea Primary, TTML researchers had asked the children what kind of mathematics classes they hated.
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.