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Botany Lesson 10

Exploring Creation with Botany Lesson 10

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A very popular group of gymnosperms conifers
The oldest trees on earth, found in the US bristlecone pines
Gymnosperm trees are often called softwood trees
Angiosperm trees are often called hardwood trees
Trees that keep their leaves even through the winter evergreen trees
Three kinds of leaves found on conifers needle-like, scale-like, and awl-like
the two different types of cones made by conifers pollen cones and seed cones
When a type of living thing is no longer found living on earth extinct
The name of the oldest tree in the world Methuselah
How long does it take for a conifer egg to be fertilized? A year
A gymnosperm plant that grows in warm areas and looks much like a palm tree cycad
A gymnosperm with leaves that are flat and wide like an angiosperm, once thought to be extinct Ginkgo
The false Fruit produced by yews aril
Created by: sherrimclaughlin