Trees are perennials with stems that grow lengthwise, supporting branches and leaves in most species. In some uses, the definition of tree may be narrower, usually referring only to woody plants with secondary growth, plants that can be used as wood, or plants that grow to a certain height. In a broader definition, palms, ferns, bananas, and bamboos are also tree species. It tends to be long-lived, some trees can live up to several thousand years. Then, trees have been growing on Earth for at least 370 million years. It is estimated that there are about three trillion mature trees in the world.
Trees usually reproduce by using seeds. Flowers and fruit are also common, but some trees, such as conifers, have pollen cones and seed cones instead of flowers and fruit. After that, trees provide shade and shelter for many species, wood for construction, fuel for cooking and heating, fruit for food and many other uses.
In some parts of the world, forests are shrinking as trees are cut down to increase the amount of land available for agriculture. Because of its longevity and usefulness, the serung tree is considered sacred, and there are many forbidden forests or sacred forests in various cultures. Trees are also a common theme in various world mythologies.
Trees in Some Season for Coloring Activity
Bare Tree Without Leaves
Dry Season of A tree
Apple Tree with many Apples
Shady Tree with one Stem
Three oldest Trees in The World
1. Sri Maha Bodhi Jaya Tree, Sri Lanka
The oldest tree in Sri Lanka is located in Mahamewna park. According to information, this tree was planted in 288 BC and is currently more than 2,300 years old. Furthermoer, folklore says that this tree is the place where Buddha attained enlightenment. So, to maintain its sustainability, since 2014 the Sri Lankan government has banned construction within 500 meters of the tree growing location.
2. The President’s Tree, United States of America
This old tree is a silent witness to history and has become the pride of the people of the United States. This tree is 3,200 years old and grows in Sequoia National Park. The tree, which grows to a height of 75 meters and a trunk width of 8.2 meters, is the second largest tree in the United States.
3. Old Tjikko Tree, Sweden
This tree is considered the oldest tree in the world which has reached 9,500 years. Researchers discovered this tree in 2004 in the thickets of a Swedish mountain forest at an altitude of 910 meters above sea level. Although this tree is only 4 meters high, based on research on tree roots, it turns out that the Old Tjikko tree has been named the oldest tree today.
Autumn Tree in The Jungle
Fall Tree in Fall Season
Roots of Tree
Firstly, trees usually have many secondary branches that are supported by the trunk from the ground. The trunk usually contains woody tissue for strength, and a network of vessels to carry nutrients from one part of the tree to another. Then, in most trees, these vessels are surrounded by a layer of bark (bark) that serves as a barrier and protection.
Moreover, the roots branch and spread widely; Roots function to anchor the tree and absorb water, moisture and nutrients from the soil. Above the ground, the branches divide into smaller branches, twigs and shoots. Then, shoots usually produce leaves, which capture light energy and convert it into sugars through photosynthesis, providing food for the tree’s growth and development.
Trees play an important role in reducing erosion and maintaining the climate. Adter that, they remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store large amounts of carbon in their tissues. Trees and forests provide habitat for many species of animals and plants. Tropical rainforests are one of the most biodiverse habitats in the world.
Fall Tree and Many Stems
Tulips and Shady Tree
Big Stem Tree and Many Leaves
Tree needs to be cut
Three kinds of Trees
Tree Without Leaves Fall Tree
Simple Seamless Tree
Three Big and Small of Trees
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