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Tree Trunk Biology and Basic Wood Structure - Forestry - About.com
Wood is a highly ordered arrangement of living, dying and dead cells. Here is a briefing on tree's cellular properties, how a tree cell grows and functions ...
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Using a Leaf and it's Structure to Identify a Tree - Forestry - About.com
A leaf's structure can be either simple or compound. Understand and use the tree leaf structure to make a positive tree identification.
http://forestry.about.com/od/treephysiology/ss/part_of_tree_3.htm
Using a Leaf and it's Shape to Identify a Tree - Forestry - About.com
The shape of a leaf us unique to a tree. Use the tree leaf to make a positive tree identification. ... Identifing Your Trees · Tree Structure and Physiology ...
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Learn the basics on parts of trees, their structures and physical ...
Tree Structure and Physiology. Learn the ... 11 things to reacquant you with your tree or favorite forest. ... Find out more about the basic structures of wood.
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Use Tree Parts to Identify a Tree - Forestry - About.com
Trees come in various shapes and sizes but all have the same basic botanical parts and structure. They have a central column called the trunk.
http://forestry.about.com/od/treephysiology/ss/part_of_tree.htm
Using a Twig to Identify a Tree - Forestry - About.com
Other twig structures used in tree identification are stipule scars, bud scale and fruit scars, spur shoots and lenticels. Find a good twig key for best results.
http://forestry.about.com/od/treephysiology/ss/part_of_tree_5.htm
Using Bark to Identify a Tree - Forestry - About.com
Tree bark offers color and texture unique to certain species. Use the tree bark to make a positive tree ... Identifing Your Trees · Tree Structure and Physiology ...
http://forestry.about.com/od/treephysiology/ss/part_of_tree_6.htm
Leaf Structure - A Leaf's Shape, Margin and Venation - Forestry
Leaf structure and arrangement is unique to every tree species. Understanding a tree leaf's shape, arrangement, margin and venation is important to tree ...
http://forestry.about.com/od/treephysiology/tp/leaf_structure_shape.htm
Using the Flower, Cone and Fruit to Identify a Tree
Use the tree seed, fruit and flower to make a positive tree identification. ... Reproductive structures are great sources for tree identification. The acorn of an oak is ...
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Using a Tree's Shape or Silhouette for Identification - Forestry
... of age and environment. Use a reliable tree shape or silhouette to make a positive tree identification. ... Identifing Your Trees · Tree Structure and Physiology ...
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