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hakea

any shrub or tree of the Australian genus Hakea, having a hard woody fruit and often yielding a useful wood: family Proteaceae
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Northern Sandplain kwongan: Effect of fire on Hakea obliqua and Beaufortia elegans population structure.
Leaf morphology and life form influence water relationships of Hakea species on different soil substrates within southwestern Australia.
Contrasting morphology and ecophysiology of coocurring broad and terete leaves in Hakea trifurcata (Proteaceae).
The Hakea students' responses motivated us to add to the survey an open-ended question that asked students how they would advise pre-service teachers to engage their students in mathematics.
Lamont and colleagues travelled to the heathlands north and south of Perth to collect samples of Hakea.
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.
Examples of plants sensitive to overpruning include nearly all types of ceanothus and manzanita, as well as many species of grevillea, hakea and acacia.
The morphology and anatomy of proteoid roots in the genus Hakea.
It might be anything from a hakea in San Diego to a nandina in Portland.
Survival of serotinous seedbanks during bushfires: Comparative studies of Hakea species from southeastern Australia.