Orites


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Noun1.Orites - small genus of Australian shrubs or trees
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Proteaceae, protea family, Proteaceae - large family of Australian and South African shrubs and trees with leathery leaves and clustered mostly tetramerous flowers; constitutes the order Proteales
Orites excelsa, prickly ash - Australian tree having alternate simple leaves (when young they are pinnate with prickly toothed margins) and slender axillary spikes of white flowers
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The first batch of 6,000 trees are being planted this weekend on land in Orites, Paphos leased by the forestry department.
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For instance, Carpenter (1994) described the leaf cuticular features of two putatively new species of Orites from North Queensland rainforests as respectively "quite distinct from that of the other Orites species" (p.
Pardosa albomaculata and Gnaphosa orites Chamberlin (Gnaphosidae) were significant indicators of the two higher elevations in the Richardson Range, while Agyneta jacksoni Braendegaard (Linyphiidae) and Xysticus britcheri Gertsch (Thomisidae) significantly indicated the lowest elevation.
The bank has also been active in support of economic infrastructure notably in the environmental area where it has supported water treatment projects by large municipalities and in the energy sector including the Orites project, the first wind power operator in Cyprus, which led Euromoney to award the "Lender of the Year" title to the EIB.
The Orites wind power plant will have a total installed capacity of 82 MW and is expected to produce 128 GWh a year, thereby meeting the needs of some 25,000 Cypriot households and cutting annual carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 100,000 tonnes.
Material examined.--As Chelifer (5 Anatemnus) orites: BURMA (MYANMAR): Thenasserim, Plapoo, Fea leg.
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Studies of other alpine fires, and fire behaviour in general, have shown that the most flammable part of the alpine landscape is the dense, closed heath communities that are dominated by unpalatable shrubs such as Prostanthem, Phebalium and Orites. These communities are usually avoided by cattle, which prefer open grassy communities where there is abundant, palatable fodder that is significantly less flammable than the shrubs.
Orites - cures wounds, gives protection against the pestilence