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The Deciduous Forest Name that tree!
Tallest trees Tops of trees form a ceiling Treetops stop a lot of the light Protects the soil from erosion
Smaller trees with thin trunks Stop just below canopy Wait for a gap to grow into
Small shrubs (woody stems but small) Grow between the smaller trees
Dark Covered in a layer of leaves, twigs, and dead plants Decayed leaves provide nutrients to soil Alive with invertebrates and microorganisms
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Alternate or Opposite Leaves
Leaf Margins (edges) Smooth
Serrated = with teeth
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