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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
Introduction to Leaf Identification Types of Leaves
Alternate or Opposite Leaves
Leaf Margins (edges) Smooth
Serrated = with teeth
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