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Synonyms for broad-leaved

having relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves

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Picea pollen is continuously present from the beginning of the Atlantic but reaches its maximum during the Sub-Boreal around 3500 BP, when the content of pollen of broad-leaved trees and alder starts to decrease rapidly.
In winter conifers have little competition other than the leafless broad-leaved trees with attractive bark, such as the paper bark birches, the dazzling white of Betula jacquemonti glittering like an ice maiden against the blue sky on a cold winter's day.
Building on parkland and destroying mature broad-leaved trees will ensure we stay top of the table for many years to come.
galeotti (MigaV) from Charco Verde, while the third cluster included all the small-leaved plants and two broad-leaved trees, H.
is particularly blessed with a great variety of broad-leaved trees, which help give the region's foliage a spectacular color range.
Clay predicts that ecologists will look for similar effects in other broad-leaved trees and muses that cacao growers might find ways to harness the endophytes' disease-fighting power.
They like to sit around in large, broad-leaved trees where their brown colour provides perfect camouflage against tree trunks and branches.
We are planning to carry out replanting with native broad-leaved trees which would be in keeping with the area's landscape.
As no tree existed on the site a "mature landscape" was created by importing hundreds of broad-leaved trees and conifers from Germany.
The leaves of broad-leaved trees can be divided into two types -- simple and compound (p.
The Chalara fraxinea fungus was discovered in a privatelyowned woodland in Carmarthenshire in small, broad-leaved trees, said Forestry Commission Wales yesterday.
It too has brain-like lobes and is highly poisonous, but unlike edible morels which prefer broad-leaved trees as neighbours, the phony strain is found under pines on sandy soils and is only really common in the central Highlands.
Blackett Heart & Pratt, a Quayside-based firm of solicitors, have already planted 25 broad-leaved trees in the area since their involvement last year.