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Because they are living things and all living things grow. Trees must grow taller to better access sunlight, especially if there are other trees or anything else nearby that w…ould cast shade on them. As the tree grows taller, it also has to grow wider to prevent being blown over by the wind. Below ground, the roots grow longer to increase the amount of water and nutrients the tree can absorb.
Most tree seeds take root where they fall to the ground. Some are "planted" by squirrels or birds which collect them for food. Humans plant a tiny fraction of trees. Tree gr…owth occurs as trees pull water and nutrients from the soil. Curiously, most of the tree's mass actually comes from carbon broken out of atmospheric carbon dioxide, through photosynthetic reactions occurring in the tree's leaves.
plant it in the winter, and let it dry out like any other plant and it will grow, grow, grow! BUT, growing trees can be hard. and also very dificult to throw at people.
you give it tons of water and sun and give it lots of care
By planting a seed and watering it.. Trees increase in height by building new cells from the apical meristem at the top of the tree. The trunk expands in diameter by produci…ng new cells around the circumference from the vascular cambium, which produces xylem and phloem to transport food and water, and the cork cambium, which produces bark. Branches and roots grow longer by producing new cells from the lateral meristems at the tip, similar to the apical meristem. The apical meristem and cambium contain meristematic tissue, which is a collection of undifferentiated cells that dive and then differentiate to become specific cell types.
Seeds and Grafting . Some trees grow from seeds, such as evergreen trees. Other trees need to be grafted, such as is the case for most fruit trees. Grafting is when the …part of a stem containing the leaf buds is taken from a fruit tree of one species and attached to the trunk of an established, very young fruit tree of a different species. Both trees must be of the same fruit. In this way, the upper part of the grafted branch becomes the top of a new plant. Trees that grow from seeds start out as tiny seedlings, usually growing directly under the parent tree--the tree that dropped its seeds. Often, those seedlings die because they are blocked from receiving sunlight and moisture. However, seedlings raised in nurseries usually do very well, depending on the species of tree. Grafted trees range in size from a few inches tall to two feet tall. As these trees grow, they often need to be staked for added support. . Blooming and Pollination . Once a seedling has been planted, it can grow at a slow or fast rate, again depending on the species of tree. For flowering fruit trees, pollination must occur in order for fruit to be produced. Some fruit trees, like apple trees, need to be cross-pollinated. This means that it needs pollen from another tree in order to bear fruit. Other trees, like peach trees, can self-pollinate. As a fruit tree grows, it will create blooms which will attract the bees needed to pollinate it. Soon the blooms will fall off (usually in late spring), and leaves will appear. Fruit will begin to grow where the blooms were. Evergreen trees usually grow straight upward, keeping their arrow-like shape. Deciduous trees, on the other hand, tend to spread out and may need yearly pruning to keep a pleasing and productive shape. In the fall, the leaves of deciduous trees change colors; they become red, orange, yellow, and brown. In early winter, the leaves fall off, and the tree remains bare until spring, when blooms and buds start to form. . Age . Once trees are established, they can live a long, healthy life. That's true as long as their minimum water and light needs are met. Trees create their own food through a process called photosynthesis. The leaves or needles of a tree collect the energy from the sun to produce sugar, or food, for the rest of the tree. These light and water needs are usually met naturally. Once a tree is established, it does not have to be watered on a regular basis. Depending on the species, trees can grow extremely tall, such as the California Redwoods. Other species might stop growing at a certain height, as many ornamental fruit trees do. Trees do not grow all over. Instead, they expand at the edges. Branches of a tree only grow from the tip and around the diameter. The same can be said of the trunk of a tree. .
a sweet, chewy, aromatic black substance made by evaporation fromthe juice of a root and used as a candy and in medicine. the widely distributed plant of the pea family from w…hich this product is obtained. • Genus Glycyrrhiza, family Leguminosae; many species are used locally to obtain licorice, the chief commercial source being the cultivated G. glabra.
Trees grow everywhere except for the oceanic and arctic regions. They sometimes will not live in deserts, depending on the desert climate.
oranges, bananas, apples, lemons, pears, limes, grapes, avocados..............................not money!
you should obviously know fruits and stuff and PIZZA! don't forget about that MONEY!
By cell division and increase in size of cells .
It grows from the soil. Trees increase in height by building new cells from the apical meristem at the top of the tree. The trunk expands in diameter by producing new cells a…round the circumference from the vascular cambium, which produces xylem and phloem to transport food and water, and the cork cambium, which produces bark. Branches and roots grow longer by producing new cells from the lateral meristems at the tip, similar to the apical meristem. The meristems and cambium contain meristematic tissue, which is a collection of undifferentiated cells that dive and then differentiate to become specific cell types.
you but fertilizer to make a tree grow and water it
No, a tree would need sunlight. Sunlight wouldn't get past your throught. No a tr