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any shrub or tree of the genus Banksia having alternate leathery leaves apetalous yellow flowers often in showy heads and conelike fruit with winged seeds

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The shrub layer is well developed and moderately diverse, with Hairpin Banksia Banksia spinulosa, Snowy Daisy-bush Olearia lirata and Scented Paperbark Melaleuca squarrosa.
Banksia serrata, 1772-84, Gabriel Smith after Sydney Parkinson and John Frederick Miller, hand-coloured engraving on paper, 46 x 29.
Caption: Image: Anna Laurent, Coastal banksia (Banksia integrifolia), 2017; part of the Dispersal Project.
Banksia includes a three-bed acute area for patients who might otherwise be sent to a psychiatric intensive care unit if the hospital had one.
Two bouquets of Australian flowers are proving popular: the Beautiful Boronia bouquet and the Banksia Bouquet.
Brooke Garrett, English teacher at Banksia Park International High School, South Australia, described how the development of a Social Action approach by the English communications unit brought about significant outcomes for the school community.
The Banksia Drive Centre was a large purpose-built facility with a car park area immediately across the road from the main university campus.
For instance, Dryandra is now included in Banksia (Mast & Thiele, 2007), and a new phylogeny for Macadamieae, the most widespread tribe of Proteaceae has been inferred (Mast et al.
Meg was a graduate teacher working in a remote Australian school in Banksia Plains (4).
With Blue Banksia Qing Bell Vase, DeBoos' studies in China have provided her with a new visual language inspired by mingling Asian and outback traditions.
Thank you to the sponsors of this meeting, Abbott Diagnostics, Bio-Rad, Immunz, ESL Biosciences, Banksia, Diagnostic Solutions, Roche and NZIMLS.
The Northern Coasts and sand dunes are geologically renowned and support a wealth of coastal and tropical heathland species such as banksia, grevillea, tea-tree and the carnivorous pitcher plant.
These two adaptations are found in Banksia species as well.
1999), os Thaumastocorinae utilizam como hospedeiros diversas dicotiledoneas, incluindo especies de Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae), Banksia (Protaceae), Acacia (Fabaceae) e Elaeocarpus (Elaeocarpaceae).