What is the function of tree trunks?
The trunk is the support and supply conduit for the tree allowing the roots to supply the foliage with nutrients as required.
tree trunks have xylem and phloem
The tree trunks, the bark and the branches are some of the things that makes the trees strong. The cellulose is however what makes the tree trunks very strong.
What happened to tree trunks in the end of the tree trunks episode in adventure time with Finn and Jake?
tree trunks was in some type of apple dimension after she took a bite out of that apple
Organelle that provides strength and support in tree trunks?
Algae or mosses live on tree trunks.
Lichen is a combination of fungus and algae. It grows on tree trunks.
Tree trunks are not branchless. The branches protrude from above the trunk. A tree with branches from ground level is called a shrub.
Tree trunks are straight and branchless in their lower parts in their efforts to grow tall.
Tree trunks are there to hold up the tree and its branches. It is like the frame of a house. The frame supports the roof and everything beneath it and inside it.
Woodpeckers tap on tree trunks. They are looking for insects to eat when they do this. Woodpeckers have a red head.
The mangrove trees can have many trunks, but the banyan tree has both multiple trunks and above-ground "prop roots" that can grow vertically and horizontally.
The tree trunks are cylindrical because they grow from the center and outwards. They grow uniformly and this is evident from the rings when the trees are cut.
it shows the age of the tree!
Tree Trunks (voiced by Polly Lou Livingston) - Tree Trunks is an elephant friend of Finn and Jake who speaks with a gentle, Texan accent. Tree Trunks lives in a little home in the forest, surrounded by apple trees which she uses to make very good apple pies. In the episode "Tree Trunks," Finn and Jake help Tree Trunks achieve her dream of taking a bite out of the Crystal Gem Apple, only to explode… Read More
in tree trunks
Brown, of course!
Some are, some are not.
If I understand your question, the answer no. The splotches on tree limbs and trunks are fungi or lichen. Neither is a plant. Another growth on tree trunks is moss, which is a plant but would not normally be described as "splotches"
Not necessarily, it depends on what type of tree it is. Some trees have small trunks and some have big.
tree trunks or they bury it
Hollowed tree trunks
its basic function is to keep stem, stalks, and trunks, stern
The wind, objects that prevent the tree from growing upwards.
Tree trunks are filled with wood, also usually containing sap, if the tree is living and it is not winter.
Buttressed tree trunks. Tree species (e.g. Taxodium distichum) may develop enlarged trunks in response to frequent inundation. This adaptation is a strong indicator Morphological adaptation
because they live inside it.
it makes it strong
they both have gigantic wooden trunks
The Banyan tree, a type of fig tree.
The way I see it is that its for maximum protection.
Wood - often they are carved tree trunks
Bracket fungus grows on tree trunks.
Bole means brown. It comes from a word that means trunk of a tree. And most tree trunks are brown.
it is deciduous,confier trees are ones with cone shaped trunks.
Dispersal by wind
they eat tree trunks and live in hot climates
it is called the canopy PLOP.
Totem poles are and were made from large tree trunks.
because it natural thing
where do sloths get water Water pools in the trunks of tree limbs.
The rings in a cross-section of a tree-trunk show the number of seasons the tree has been living. NOT necessarily the number of years.
A beetle would be more likely to be found in amber. Amber is fossilized tree sap, and insects and arachnids, which climb tree trunks, have been found in fossilized tree sap, and the samples of amber are fairly small. Since rabbits do not climb tree trunks, they would not have been fossilized in amber.
Tree trunks as they deteriorate have a high nutritional value for other organic plants like moss and fungus. This is the same when a corpse deteriorates, the organic compounds get broken down and is absorbed by the soil, providing nutrients for plant growth.
The role of the trunk of a tree is to keep everything together, its what keeps the limbs attached to the tree and is the gateway for the roots too give the limbs of the tree nutrition.
people eat the fruit from the tree, live in the trunks of the tree and get water from the tree due to the fact it holds water like a cactus
That makes it hard for their predators to see them.
Their spores are deposited there and germinate