Trees

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The Young Scientist Investigates topic book on Trees was first published in 1981 and gives information, illustrated by full colour photographs and drawings, about trees. It describes their parts and how their seeds are formed and dispersed. It considers the different appearance of some trees in different seasons. The book is intended for children aged 8-11 to read and then to answer question and carry out observations of trees in the area of the school.

Contents
Trees
Parts of a tree
Roots
Trunks
Branches
Leaves
Losing leaves
Flowers
Do you remember?
Things to do
Fruits and seeds
Germination
Seedlings and saplings
Winter
Decay
Importance of trees
Timbers
Do you remember?
Things to do
Experiments to try
Glossary

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