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Evergreens of or denoting a plant that retains green leaves throughout the year
Resistant offering resistance to something or someone
Pine an evergreen coniferous tree that has clusters of long needle-shaped leaves.
Holly a widely distributed shrub, typically having prickly dark green leaves, small white flowers, and red berries
Fur an evergreen coniferous tree with upright cones and flat needle-shaped leaves, typically arranged in two rows.
Autumn The season between summer and winter.
Carbon Dioxide a colorless, odorless, and incombustible gas.
Sunlight The light of the sun, sunshine.
Glucose A monosaccharide sugar occurring widely in plant and animal tissue.
Photosynthesis The process in green plants and certain other organisms by which carbohydrates are synthesized from carbon dioxide and water using light as an energy source.
Exposed Left or being without shelter of protection.
Photosynthesize To synthesize by the process of photosynthesis
Excess The fact of exceeding something else in an amount, or a degree.
Starch A white tasteless solid carbohydrate.
Abscission The act of cutting off, sudden termination.
Carbohydrate Any of a large group of organic compounds occurring in foods and living tissues and including sugars, starch, and cellulose.
Shedding Branches of a tree or other plant allow leaves or fruit to fall to the ground.
Pectin Soluble gelatinous polysaccharide that is present in ripe fruits and is extracted for use as a setting agent in jams and jellies.
Elm A tall deciduous tree that typically has rough serrated leaves and propagates from root suckers.
preparation the action or process of making ready or being made ready for use or consideration
replacement the action or process of replacing someone or something
deciduous (of a tree or shrub) shedding its leaves annually. Often contrasted with evergreen . • informal (of a tree or shrub) broad-leaved.
Roots The base of the plant that attaches it to the ground or to a support, usually under ground
Bulbs A rounded underground storage organ present, in some plants
Disease Ill health, infected, or damaged
Insect A small anthropod animal that has six legs, and generally has one or two pairs of wings
Weather The state of the atmosphere at a place and time like heat, cloudiness, dryness, sunshine, wind, and rain
chlorophyll a green pigment in all green plants.
maples a tree or srub, with lobed leaves.
oaks a tree that bears acorns as fruit.
annuals occurring once every year
perennials lasting or existing for a long time.
carotene an orange or red plant pigment found in carrots and many other plants.
pigments a natural coloring matter of animal or plant tissue.
xanthophyll a yellow or brown carotenoid plant pigment that causes the autumn colors of leaves.
trees http://www.cnn.com/ a large plant with a woody trunk, often having branches and leaves at some distance from the ground and living for more than two years, usually for many years.
shrubs a woody plant smaller than a tree, usually with many separate stems starting from or near the ground; bush. Shrubs are perennial plants. A lilac bush is a shrub. Rhododendrons, viburnums, and the box are shrubs.
herbaceous of an herb; like an herb; having stems that are usually soft and not woody
leaves one of the thin, usually flat, green parts of a tree or other plant, that grows on the stem or grows up from the roots. Leaves are essential organs of most plants and combine carbon dioxide, water, and light to carry on photosynthesis. Some plants are gr
stocks the main stem of a plant or tree, as distinguished from the root and branches
anthocyanin any one of a group of pigments formed in the cell sap of plants, which produce the deep red, blue, lavender, and purple colors of petals, leaves, roots, or fruits.
tannin a vegetable acid, especially common tannin, the whitish tannic acid obtained from the bark or galls of oaks and from certain other plants. Tannis is used in tanning, dyeing, and making ink, and in medicine.
disintegrate to break up; separate into small parts or bits.
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