they have eyes @_@
Anyone who knows the subject well enough can identify them all.
No, because they do not identify individuals.
A "Field Guide"
The gerund is climbing; the gerund phrase is climbing trees.
These trees have needles or scale-like leaves and are very different from hardwood trees which have broad, flat leaves and usually without cones. You can easily identify a conifer from a hardwood.
Their beak adapts to their niche. Like a hummingbird, they have long beaks in order to pick out bark in trees, so they live in trees.
Harry Howard Allan has written: 'New Zealand trees and shrubs and how to identify them' -- subject(s): Botany, Shrubs, Trees
Harriet Louise Keeler has written: 'Our native trees and how to identify them' -- subject(s): Trees, North America, Identification, Botany, Flora
Structure of leaf, flower, fruit, stem bark, tree canopy etc.
It is part of the tree "the woody scales" there are not just cones on pine trees, they are on many!!!!! in fact cones come in different sizes and shape to help identify the tree!!!!!
This would be the phrase "climbing trees." It is because this phrase works in the sentence to be the direct object.
the four trees in her front yard
poluting in striping the enviermet be cuting trees down and drillin for oil
reproduceing,Eating,breathing and growing
Horses can have very bad reactions to most trees. Red Maple and Black Walnut are probably the most dangerous, but the acorns from Oak trees can be deadly when enough are eaten. It's always advisable to contact your local agricultural extension agency and ask for a list of toxic plants and how to identify them.
How to Identify Hickory Trees. Hickory belonging to a section of the Walnut family is a canopy tree that is prevalent in eastern North America.
A caterpillar that is green with a black spike at the end of its tail is the Puss Moth. They can be found in willow trees.
Acer (the genus of maple trees) is a huge genus with many, many members. As a start, the easiest way to identify them is by leaves. The really fine points will get into things like differences in twigs, bark, the color of new buds, etc.
It is important to have a classification system for organisms so that we can identify them. If we are able to identify organisms than there are less chances of getting into survival problems and so forth. For example if we were lost in the wilderness and ventured to two trees, both bearing some mysterious fruits. If we already know, say, that poisonous trees have a certain of leaves, than we can avoid it and not kill ourselves by eating the poisoned fruits. This is the same with fishes and also classification is helpful for scientists to discover cures in the fields of medicine and so forth, if we are able to identify them and know their properties.
The leaves of pine trees are called "needles" because of their unique shape: they are very thin and sharp at the tip. The shortleaf pine species is easy to identify.
Identify IS a verb. It's other forms are: identify identifies identified identifying
When you drive on the freeways in the Northwestern part of the United States after a snow storm, it's easy to identify the wide and deep swaths of trees that have been removed by clear cutting by logging companies who cut down trees for profit: all the area is flat white.
Identify the Federalist