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Trees

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Rachelle Engbrecht

on 25 August 2016

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Transcript of Trees

Trees
What are the two major types of trees?
Tree Identification
Other Tree Identification
Veins
Edges
Lobes
Double Pinnately Compound
Simple
Pinnately Compound
4 Types of Leaves
Coniferous
Leaf Parts
Deciduous
Two types of trees
Keeps leaves all year
Lose their leaves in the fall
Conifer
Determined by the number of blades
One petiole one blade
One petiole and more than one blade.
One petiole and more than one blade
Pinnate
Lobed
Deciduous
Needle
Sheath
Twig
Gymnosperm
No Seed Covering
Angiosperm
Has seed covering
Bark description (color and texture on twigs)
Alternate around/alternate beside/opposite/whorled
Simple/pinnate/double pinnate/palmate
Shape of tree (without leaves)
Veins (pinnate/palmate/parallel)
Lobed/unlobed blades
Edge (smooth – coarse/finely toothed)
General leaf size (width and length of one blade)
Seeds (describe and rub/draw)
BASS V LEGS
Palmately Compound
One petiole and more than one blade
Palmate
Parallel
Smooth
Toothed
Unlobed
Leaf Arrangement
Alternate Around
Alternate Beside
One leaf at each node around the stem
One leaf at each node beside the stem
Opposite
Two leaves at each node
Whorled
More than two leaves at each node
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