Maple trees do,From what I looked at Oak trees do not... Both maple and oak are deciduous so the both drop their leaves in Autumn. There is an exceptin the evergreen oak Quercus Ilex .
No, oak trees reproduce with acorns.
Yes, both maple and oak trees lose their leaves in the fall. Both maple and oak trees are Deciduous.
i think not
oak, maple, birch, beech, and chestnut tree's are all hardwood
Oak trees have acorns which are their seeds.
Oak and maple are examples of deciduous trees (trees that loose their leaves).
The pollen is to produce acorns, which produce more oak trees.
Oak, maple and evergreen.
the trees that wasps like are maple trees and oak trees
oak trees and maple trees
You can correctly say that both maple and oak trees lose their leaves in the fall.
Oak trees do not produce acorns every year. An oak tree might produce acorns every 3 to 5 years, but not on a regular basis.
Oak trees are considered autotrophs because they produce their own food
same class as maple trees
No, actually. Oak trees are part of the deciduous forest biome. So are hickory, beech, and maple trees. Hope I helped!!
Oak trees, maple trees, walnut trees, and evergreen trees... i got these out of my science book
There are many trees . palm or coconut trees, buttle trees oak trees and maple trees.
Oak, Beech, Elm, Maple, Sycamore, Cherry, Apple, Pear, Maple and Poplar.
Trees such as Oak, Maple, Mahogany, and Willow are hardwoods. Note that pine trees are NOT hardwoods but softwoods.
Oak and Maple Trees.
Oak is the tree. An acorn which is the seed of the Oak will produce more trees. The Oak when cut down will produce timber which is Oak timber.
Oak, maple and pine