cone-bearing


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of or relating to or part of trees or shrubs bearing cones and evergreen leaves

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Softwood lumber, commonly used for home construction, comes from fir, pine and other cone-bearing trees.
Douglas fir is a cone-bearing softwood, meaning that it is not a "true" fir.
With their stiff, green featherlike fronds topping coarse, stout trunks, they look at first glance like chubby palms, but these are primitive cone-bearing plants more closely related to conifers.
The energetic critters often amputate whole cone-bearing branches from trees, dismember them by biting through the cones' scales, then feed on the exposed seeds.
The Snapshots report gives an instant overview of the Canadian softwood log market, and covers logs from coniferous trees or cone-bearing trees with needle-like or scale-like leaves, for example pine, spruces, cedars.
Boreal Forest This belt of coniferous, or cone-bearing, trees stretches across northern Asia, Europe, and North America, Winters are long and snowy, while summers are short and cool.
Learn about the uses and history of cone-bearing cycads while watching out for dinosaurs.