TITLE

BROAD-LEAVED TREES

AUTHOR(S)
Burnie, David
PUB. DATE
June 2006
SOURCE
Plant;2006, p54
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A section from the book "Plant" is presented. It features broad-leaved trees which are flowering plants which may be evergreens, acacias or oaks. It explains that broad-leaved trees are important to animals as they supply shelter and food and are a source of timber, fruits and spices to humans. Illustrations feature the anatomy of a tree, different types of broad leaves and barks including those of the Cork Oak, London Plane and Paper Birch.
ACCESSION #
43662854

 

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