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Falling into Classification. Recognizing Wisconsin Trees Miss Emily Ranch. There are about 750 types of trees in North America and about 100,000 in the world. Vocabulary. Classifying trees takes an advanced vocabulary Lets tackle some new words Each word will help us identify the trees.

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falling into classification

Falling into Classification

Recognizing Wisconsin Trees

Miss Emily Ranch

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Classifying trees takes an advanced vocabulary
  • Lets tackle some new words
  • Each word will help us identify the trees
examples
Examples

Coniferous

Deciduous

Box Elder

Black Ash

Sugar Maple

Silver Maple

  • Balsam Fir
  • White Spruce
  • White Pine
  • Tamarack
coniferous
Coniferous

Leave Needle Shaped

Leave Needles NOT Shaped

needle shaped leaves
Needle Shaped Leaves

Clustered

Single

Grouped

single leaves
Single Leaves

Flat Needles

Angled Needles

deciduous
Deciduous

Alternate Branches

Opposite Branches

leaf type
Leaf Type

Simple

Complex

leaf ridge
Leaf Ridge

Smooth Outline

Toothed Outline

pith type
Pith Type

Plated Pith

Not Plated Pith

leaf lobe
Leaf Lobe

Simple Lobed

Non - Lobed

lets get started

Lets Get Started!

Now that we know what we’re looking for we can successfully identify some trees

example
Example

http://dnr.wi.gov/org/caer/ce/eek/veg/treekey/index.htm

Let’s do it together.