Dodonaea


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Noun1.Dodonaea - a genus of tropical shrub or tree
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Sapindaceae, Sapindaceae, soapberry family - chiefly tropical New and Old World deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs bearing leathery drupes with yellow translucent flesh; most plants produce toxic saponins
aalii - a small Hawaiian tree with hard dark wood
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Quercus potosina was a frequent species (60%), and Echeandia, Commelina, common sage Salvia, hysop-leaf Lamarouxia, and desert hopbush Dodonaea also were present on many sites (30%) in intermediate layers of Johannis pines.
White Libertia lightened the sombre tones set by Dodonaea viscosa Purpurea, in second place to the hummocky forms of green Pittosporum.
On the evidence of Casuarina and Dodonaea, there was a sandy coastal barrier beyond the swamp.
Another example is the woody shrub Dodonaea viscosa, commonly known as basterolien.
Second prize of $100 research support was given by The Herbal Extract Company to Andrew Pengelly for his work on Dodonaea viscosa
Diospyros australis * Diploglottis australis * Dodonaea viscosa ssp.
Dodonaea viscosa, is an evergreen shrub belongs to the family spindaceae, consists of approximately 2000 species and 150 genera.
Dodonaea, Paulinia) and others are balloon-like capsules (e.
Andrew Pengelly FNHAA is a full time lecturer at the University of Newcastle, where he is completing a PhD project into the phytochemistry and therapeutic activity of a native herb Dodonaea viscosa.
Shrubs like dodonaea and yellow bird of paradise, trees such as mesquite and palo verde, succulents and cactus, of course, and even wildflowers--all are thriving in an increasing number of desert gardens.