10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUEENSLAND NUT»
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A Botanical Life: Robert David Fitzgerald
... 66 Queensland Nut (Macadamia integrifolia) 131 Queensland Pine (Araucaria
bidwillii) 58, 59 Rainforest Spinach (Elatostema reticulatum) 144 Ravine Orchid (
Sarcochilusfitzgeraldii) 22 Red-banded Greenhood (Urochilus sanguineus) 123
Pests of Crops in Warmer Climates and Their Control
MACADAMIA (Macadamia ternifolia – Proteaceae) (= Queensland Nut)
Macadamia nuts, also known as Queensland nuts being native to that part of
Australia, are commercially the most expensive nuts known. The tree is small,
some 5–10 m ...
Agricultural Journal Volume 5
In Queensland, nut-grass is chiefly remarked as a nuisance in the early spring,
and at that time there is always a great talk of getting rid of it, or rather a good
deal of grumbling at the apparent impossibility of getting rid of it. At this time it
Edible Medicinal And Non-Medicinal Plants: Volume 5, Fruits
Family Proteaceae Common/English Names Australian Bush Nut, Bauple Nut,
Bopple Nut, Bush Nut, Macadamia Nut, Nut Oak, Queensland Nut; Smooth
Macadamia, Smooth-Shelled Macadamia, Smooth-Shelled Queensland-Nut.
Bibliografia De Macadamia
2k. MacMILLAN, H. F. Tropical planting aird gardening with special reference to
Ceylon o 5th edo London, MacMillan, 1943. 560 p. Macadamia teraif olia : pp.
260-261. 25. MILLER, Wo Wo The macadamia or Queensland nut o California ...
The Book of Edible Nuts
By this time, the macadamia nut had acquired several common names in English
and was known as the "Australian nut," the "Queensland nut," the "Bauple nut,"
the "Bush nut," and the "Australian hazelnut." The first known introduction of ...
Frederic Rosengarten, Jr., 2004
Chemical Composition and Protein Antigenicity -- Almond ...
Macadamia nut, Queensland nut, Bush nut, Bauple nut, and Maroochi nut (27).
Only two species, M. integrifolia (smooth-shell) and M. tetraphylla (rough-shell)
are of commercial importance (25). The remaining species in the genus produce
Erin Kelly Monaghan, 2008
CRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes: Common Names, ...
Australia: small-fruited bush nut, Maroochy nut, small- fruited Queensland nut M.
tetraphylla L. Johnson Australia: rough-shelled bush nut, macadamia nut M.
whelanii (Bailey) Bailey Australia: Whelan's nut oak Macairea DC.
Umberto Quattrocchi, 1999
Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases ...
name for Dzmdaz'/zu Pine. See Kauri and Pine. Queensland Nut, n. a wild fruit-
tree, Macadamziz termfolia, F. V. M., NO. Proieacew. I889. ]'. H. Maiden, Useful
Native Plants,' p. 40: “ ' Queensland Nut.' This tree bears an edible nut of
Edward Ellis Morris, 2011
Plum nit tmeg — Pierocarya fiaxinifolia ruchurini beans Pyrularia oleifera... Quail
dang nut. .. ., .. Quclria lief erophylla. ....... ... . Queensland nut. Qnevctis virens
Raffia, or Roma Rambutan Salisburia adiantif olia. . . . ... . ; Santalum aeiraiiual
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUEENSLAND NUT»
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Colourful history of our delicious and native macadamia nuts not …
Europeans called them Queensland nuts, Mullumbimby nuts, bush nuts, maroochi nut, bauple (or bopple) nut and kindal kindal but the genus was named ... «Courier Mail, Aug 13»
Scientists aim for the ultimate macadamia
Now it's also known as the Queensland nut, the bush nut, the Maroochi nut, the queen of nuts, the Hawaiian nut, and the Bauple nut. Call it what you want, but ... «Australian Geographic, Jul 11»