Acacia

Acacia Author David Anthony Durham
ISBN-10 9780307472939
Release 2008-08-26
Pages 768
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“David Anthony Durham has serious chops. I can’t wait to read whatever he writes next." —George R. R. Martin Welcome to Acacia . . . Born into generations of prosperity, the four royal children of the Akaran dynasty know little of the world outside their opulent island paradise. But when an assassin strikes at the heart of their power, their lives are changed forever. Forced to flee to distant corners and separated against their will, the children must navigate a web of hidden allegiances, ancient magic, foreign invaders, and illicit trade that will challenge their very notion of who they are. As they come to understand their true purpose in life, the fate of the world lies in their hands.



THE ACACIA

THE ACACIA Author Claude Simon
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105035238976
Release 1991-04-23
Pages 289
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Beginning in 1919 with a young boy and his mother searching for the grave of his soldier father, and continuing through the coming of World War II, this novel examines the brutality and destructive impact of war



Australian Dry zone Acacias for Human Food

Australian Dry zone Acacias for Human Food Author Alan Pennock Newton House
ISBN-10 0643053409
Release 1992
Pages 145
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Proceedings of a workshop held at Glen Helen, Northern Territory in 1991 on aspects of developing the food value of Australia's dry-zone acacias. Topics covered include the use of acacia seed as a traditional Aboriginal food source, the nutritional composition of acacia seeds and use of acacia seed during famine periods in Zimbabwe. Includes a summary of workshop conclusions and a list of the ecological attributes of central Australian acacia species.



Manual on Taxonomy of Acacia Species

Manual on Taxonomy of Acacia Species Author J. P. M. Brenan
ISBN-10 MINN:31951D01192975H
Release 1983
Pages 47
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Role of Acacia Species in the Rural Economy of Dry Africa and the Near East

Role of Acacia Species in the Rural Economy of Dry Africa and the Near East Author G. E. Wickens
ISBN-10 9251036519
Release 1995
Pages 56
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Acacia Spp

Acacia Spp Author
ISBN-10 9789290435242
Release 2002
Pages 87
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Salinity Sodicity Tolerance of Acacia Ampliceps and Identification of Techniques Useful to Avoid Early Stage Salt Stress

Salinity  Sodicity Tolerance of Acacia Ampliceps and Identification of Techniques Useful to Avoid Early Stage Salt Stress Author Khalid Mahmood
ISBN-10 9783899583304
Release 2007
Pages 183
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Flora of Australia Volume 11A Mimosaceae Acacia

Flora of Australia  Volume 11A  Mimosaceae  Acacia Author [Anonymus AC03296147]
ISBN-10 0643067175
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 673
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Mangium and Other Fast growing Acacias for the Humid Tropics

Mangium and Other Fast growing Acacias for the Humid Tropics Author
ISBN-10 NAP:14434
Release 1983
Pages 62
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In the Shade of an Acacia Tree

In the Shade of an Acacia Tree Author Frank L. Lambrecht
ISBN-10 0871691949
Release 1991
Pages 418
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The Acacia Tree Robinia Pseudo Acacia

The Acacia Tree  Robinia Pseudo Acacia Author William Withers
ISBN-10 UOM:39015006887296
Release 1842
Pages 411
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Field Guide to Acacias of East Africa

Field Guide to Acacias of East Africa Author Najma Dharani
ISBN-10 1770071741
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 200
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This title is a field guide to all 62 of the acacia tree species occurring in the East African region, namely Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.



Encyclopedia of Cultivated Plants

Encyclopedia of Cultivated Plants Author Christopher Cumo
ISBN-10 9781598847758
Release 2013-04-25
Pages 1236
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Readers of this expansive, three-volume encyclopedia will gain scientific, sociological, and demographic insight into the complex relationship between plants and humans across history.



Acacia hybrid Ecology and silviculture in Vietnam

Acacia hybrid  Ecology and silviculture in Vietnam Author Chaw Chaw Sein
ISBN-10 9786028693714
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Amulets of Acacia

Amulets of Acacia Author William Meehan
ISBN-10 9780595271634
Release 2003-04-01
Pages 188
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This would be his last chance to get them back; he was sure of it. He had to get them back. He couldn't risk letting it happen again-ever Little did the old man know that the amulets would lead his grandsons, Scott and Will, into a land of enchantment called Acacia in which those who enter realize a distinct power. Few possess a truly potent power, and with that comes the responsibility to honor the land that provides their enchantments. That's how it had always been and should be until Dryden showed up. With a wicked fury Dryden took over the once peaceful land with a power that was unmatchable or so he thought. There is but one who possesses a power that can possibly challenge Dryden's, but he's only a ten-year-old boy from the outside world who just wants to go home.



Acacia

Acacia Author Machingaidze, Tendai
ISBN-10 9780992228521
Release 2014-04-03
Pages 158
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Acacia is a strong and independent woman whose heart and heritage lie rooted in Africa, while her reality in contemporary America finds itself in a very different time and place. In living her life, she must breach the distance between her current space and the ties that bind her. Straddling two sometimes opposing worlds of medicine and dance, Dr Acacia Graeme must find the balance between feeding her mind through work and study, and nourishing her soul and spirit through dance. And what happened when the music stops? Because it does, often. How will she get through the silence of her every day? This is the story of a flawed heroine whose intentions are pure, her truth perhaps less so. Torn between the enduring innocence of her first love and the life-long search that is her longing for one true love, she is compelled to come to terms with her own free nature and independent spirit and, in so doing, turn tragedy to triumph.



Diseases of Tropical Acacias Proceedings of an International Workshop Held at Subanjeriji South Sumatra 28 April 3 May 1996

Diseases of Tropical Acacias  Proceedings of an International Workshop Held at Subanjeriji  South Sumatra   28 April 3 May 1996 Author Kenneth Malcolm Old
ISBN-10 9789798764134
Release 1997
Pages 120
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Acacias are of considerable social and industrial importance for tropical reforestation and it is expected that about 2 million hectares will be established in Southeast Asia by the year 2000. The acacia species currently of most interest for plantation forestry in the tropics are indigenous to northern Australia, Papua New Guinea and Irian Jaya. Recent reports from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and northern Australia suggest that the future productivity of acacia plantations may be affected by fungal pathogens including leaf spots, shoot blights, stem cankers, heart rot, root rots and gall rusts. During 1995-96 a series of disease surveys was undertaken by forest pathologists in native stands, trials, and operational and social forestry plantings of tropical acacias in Australia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand to assess the potential of fungal pathogens as limiting factors to tree growth and productivity and to assess the relative importance of individual fungal pathogens. Tree species included in the surveys were Acacia mangium and A. auriculiformis, on the basis of their current importance as plantation species. A. crassicarpa and A. aulacocarpa were also surveyed as, although they have been planted on a limited scale so far, they are included in provenance and species trials in many locations throughout the region. Scientists who had participated in the project met with research managers of five major Indonesian plantation pulp and paper companies and government business enterprises from 28 April – 3 May 1996 at the base camp of PT Musi Hutan Persada Subanjeriji in southern Sumatra, to present the results of their surveys. This publication is a status report on the diseases of acacias in the several countries based on information presented at the workshop. It provides a benchmark of the current knowledge of the pathology of the four most important Acacia species currently being grown in plantations in tropical areas of Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent and northern Australia.