No, trees are eukaryotic organisms.
Pine and other types of cones occur on pine trees and other types of evergreen trees that do not have leaves that are dropped at the end of the growig season. The cones are the fruit of the trees.
Plant organisms include maple trees, pine trees, lilacs, tulips, ferns, daffodil, chrysanthemum, flowering quince, and grasses.
why cant you smell pine from your pine trees?
No, Pine Trees have pine needles, not leaves
becuase they do
No, pine trees are not sexual.
Pine trees have quite a few things that fern and mosses do not. Pine trees have pine cones and a wooden trunk.
Pine trees of course!
It is a eukaryote. "Eukaryotic organisms, like mushrooms, pine trees, and your best friend, are all made of cells with a nucleus and surrounding membrane."
Pine trees are sometimes also called conifer trees. This is because pine trees produce cones that are planted to grow more pine trees.
A plantation (area of trees) of pine trees
No, pine trees do not produce flowers.
No, there is only pine trees in pine forests. I think?
Yes, of course pine trees are real. That's where pine needles and pine cones come from.
pine trees thrive in Florida
4 to 6 is the pH of pine trees
pine trees, Jack Pine
Pine trees are evergreen, coniferous softwoods.
do pine trees get there water from roots or needles
Natural, Pine comes from pine trees and trees grow naturally!
Yes. They are found in pine cones which come from pine trees. (see: http://www.answers.com/topic/pine-nut)
No, pine trees do not have leaves. They have pine needles that have a waxy coat on them. People refer to them as pine leaves sometimes, but that isn't what they are.
Evergreens or Pine Trees