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Tree Notes. Mrs. Engbrecht 7 th Grade Red Team. There are 2 types of trees. What is the major difference between trees in the back yard of the school?. Deciduous Looses leaves in the fall. Coniferous Keeps leaves all year. 2 Types of Trees. Parts of Conifer Leaf. Leaf

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tree notes

Tree Notes

Mrs. Engbrecht

7th Grade Red Team

there are 2 types of trees
There are 2 types of trees
  • What is the major difference between trees in the back yard of the school?
2 types of trees
Deciduous

Looses leaves in the fall

Coniferous

Keeps leaves all year

2 Types of Trees
parts of conifer leaf
Parts of Conifer Leaf
  • Leaf
    • Green needle part
  • Sheath
    • Papery covering
    • Holds needles together
  • Twig
    • Small part of the branch
forms of the leaf
Forms of the leaf
  • Needle like leaves
  • Scale like
  • Awl like
2 types of deciduous trees
Gymnosperm

No seed cover

Angiosperm

Has seed cover

2 Types of Deciduous Trees
deciduous leaf parts
Deciduous Leaf Parts
  • Veins
  • Midrib vein
    • Down the middle
  • Petiole
    • Stem
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Deciduous Leaf Parts
  • Blade
    • Main green part
    • Contains chloroplasts
  • Node
    • Where leaf attaches
  • Twig
final thought
Final Thought
  • Take the names of trees that you know and try to put them in to the two categories that you now know.
acronym
Acronym
  • Write down what you think this word means.
bass v legs
BASS V LEGS
  • 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)
differences
Differences
  • Look at your list of differences and see if you came up with some of the same answers as the BASS V LEGS.
question of the day
Question of the day
  • How do plants move food and nutrients throughout the whole plant?
veins
Veins
  • Pinnate
  • Parallel
  • Palmate
leaf edges
SmoothLeaf Edges

Toothed / serrated

leaf differences
Leaf Differences
  • Look at this picture. Is it one leaf or more than one?
types of leaves
Simple

One petiole and one blade

Types of Leaves
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Types of Leaves
  • Pinnately compound
  • Double pinnately compound
  • Palmately compound
lobed unlobed
Lobed/Unlobed

Lobed Unlobed

alternate
Alternate
  • One leaf at each node

Around

or

Beside

opposite
Opposite
  • Two leaves at each node
whorled
Whorled
  • More than two leaves which come out of each node
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